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Schedule a COVID-19 vaccine

COVID-19 vaccines now available at MinuteClinic

No cost with insurance or through a federal program for the uninsured.

Walk in or schedule your FREE COVID-19 vaccine today.*

Schedule a COVID-19 vaccine

COVID-19 vaccines now available at MinuteClinic

No cost with insurance or through a federal program for the uninsured.

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Learn where the COVID-19 vaccine is now available at CVS Pharmacy®, by appointment only.

Depending on the manufacturer, a COVID-19 vaccine can require either one dose or two doses. When you're eligible, you may schedule your first and second doses online. Check back for updates on additional locations as they become available.

Note: If you only need to schedule a second dose because you've already received the first dose, we can help you complete your vaccine.

 

Map of United States showing what states have vaccines available

If you need help getting to your vaccine appointment, Lyft and the YMCA are offering access to free or discounted rides. Available in select areas and subject to availability.

About the COVID-19 vaccines

  • Currently two types of vaccines are available: mRNA (Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna) vaccine and viral vector (Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen) vaccine.
  • Two weeks after your last dose, you will be protected against serious illness caused by COVID-19.
  • Ages 12+ are now eligible for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

Vaccine side effects

  • Minor side effects are normal signs that your body is building protection.
  • Common side effects may include pain at the injection site, tiredness, headache, muscle and joint pain or chills and fever.
  • The vaccine does not contain the virus so it cannot give you COVID-19.

How to prepare for your vaccine

  • Prior to your vaccination, make sure you are well rested and hydrated.
  • It is not recommended you take over-the-counter medicine such as ibuprofen, aspirin or acetaminophen before vaccination for the purpose of trying to prevent vaccine-related side effects.
  • You may take these medications after receiving your vaccine to help with side effects
  • Wear a loose-fitting shirt with short sleeves to allow access to your arm.

Guidelines for those fully vaccinated

  • You may gather indoors with other fully vaccinated people.
  • Also, you no longer need to get tested before or after domestic travel, or to self-quarantine after domestic travel.
  • Continue to wear a mask and social distance in public to protect those who have not yet been vaccinated. 
  • While the risk is low, if you experience symptoms of COVID-19, isolate from others, and contact your health care provider.

What others are saying

“The scheduling process for the vaccination was easy and went exactly as I expected it go. Keep up the good work CVS!” 

CVS Customer, Pennsylvania

“The experience was great. No line. Everything was marked clearly and I was met at the door."

CVS Customer, Louisiana

“This was an excellent experience! Well organized. Not crowded. Right on schedule.”

CVS Customer, Alabama

If you need help getting to your vaccine appointment, Lyft and the YMCA are offering access to free or discounted rides. Available in select areas and subject to availability.

What others are saying

“The scheduling process for the vaccination was easy and went exactly as I expected it go. Keep up the good work CVS!” 

CVS Customer, Pennsylvania

“The experience was great. No line. Everything was marked clearly and I was met at the door."

CVS Customer, Louisiana

“This was an excellent experience! Well organized. Not crowded. Right on schedule.”

CVS Customer, Alabama

About the COVID-19 vaccines

  • Currently two types of vaccines are available: mRNA (Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna) vaccine and viral vector (Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen) vaccine.
  • All vaccines teach your body how to make antibodies to the spike protein unique to the COVID-19 virus so you are protected against infection.
  • Two weeks after your last dose, you will be protected against serious illness caused by COVID-19.

Vaccine side effects

  • Minor side effects are normal signs that your body is building protection.
  • Common side effects may include pain at the injection site, tiredness, headache, muscle and joint pain or chills and fever.
  • The vaccine does not contain the virus so it cannot give you COVID-19.

How to prepare for your vaccine

  • Prior to your vaccination, make sure you are well rested and hydrated.
  • It is not recommended you take over-the-counter medicine such as ibuprofen, aspirin or acetaminophen before vaccination for the purpose of trying to prevent vaccine-related side effects.
  • You may take these medications after receiving your vaccine to help with side effects
  • Wear a loose-fitting shirt with short sleeves to allow access to your arm.

Guidelines for those fully vaccinated

  • You may gather indoors with other fully vaccinated people.
  • Also, you no longer need to get tested before or after domestic travel, or to self-quarantine after domestic travel.
  • Continue to wear a mask and social distance in public to protect those who have not yet been vaccinated. 
  • While the risk is low, if you experience symptoms of COVID-19, isolate from others, and contact your health care provider.

What others are saying

“The scheduling process for the vaccination was easy and went exactly as I expected it go. Keep up the good work CVS!” 

CVS Customer, Pennsylvania

“The experience was great. No line. Everything was marked clearly and I was met at the door."

CVS Customer, Louisiana

“This was an excellent experience! Well organized. Not crowded. Right on schedule.”

CVS Customer, Alabama

We'll help keep you informed about the COVID-19 vaccine.

Why get the COVID-19 vaccine from CVS Health®?

Why get the COVID-19 vaccine from CVS Health®?

  • We've administered millions of COVID-19 tests to date
  • We have years of experience safely administering vaccines, such as those for flu, shingles and pneumonia
  • We offer easy and convenient online scheduling options so you can schedule both required doses at the same time

Why get the COVID-19 vaccine from CVS Health®?

Why get the COVID-19 vaccine from CVS Health®?

  • We've administered millions of COVID-19 tests to date
  • We have years of experience safely administering vaccines, such as those for flu, shingles and pneumonia
  • We offer easy and convenient online scheduling options so you can schedule both required doses at the same time

Why get the COVID-19 vaccine from CVS Health®?

  • We've administered millions of COVID-19 tests to date
  • We have years of experience safely administering vaccines, such as those for flu, shingles and pneumonia
  • We offer easy and convenient online scheduling options so you can schedule both required doses at the same time

Why get the COVID-19 vaccine from CVS Health®?

  • We've administered millions of COVID-19 tests to date
  • We have years of experience safely administering vaccines, such as those for flu, shingles and pneumonia
  • We offer easy and convenient online scheduling options so you can schedule both required doses at the same time
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Please continue to wear your face covering, practice physical distancing and wash your hands frequently to help reduce transmission.

When you're eligible, schedule your first and second doses online or through the CVS Pharmacy app.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions

*FOR COVID-19 VACCINE COST: The COVID-19 vaccine is currently available at select CVS Pharmacy® locations and is no cost with most insurance plans or through a federal program for the uninsured.

*FOR WALK-INS: Subject to vaccine availability.

*FOR 20% OFF SHOPPING PASS: Maximum $15 value. Redeemable in store at CVS Pharmacy® and Longs Drugs® for one-time use only between March 15, 2021 and July 31, 2021. Reward cannot be earned in AR, NJ or NY. Coupon cannot be issued or redeemed at CVS Pharmacy in Target or CVS Pharmacy in Schnucks® locations. Coupon is void if copied or transferred and where prohibited by law. Internet printed or counterfeit coupons prohibited. Original must be relinquished with purchase. ExtraCare® card required to receive savings. Coupon cannot be combined with any other CVS Pharmacy coupon. Coupon excludes alcohol, bottle deposits, bus passes, copays, ephedrine/pseudoephedrine products, gift cards, lottery tickets, magazines, milk (where required by law or regulation), money orders, newspapers, postage stamps, prepaid cards, prescriptions, sale/promotional merchandise, hunting and fishing licenses and any imposed governmental fees or items reimbursed by a government health plan. Savings applied to total purchase (excluding ineligible items) where applicable by law. Tax charged on pre-coupon price where required. Limit one per customer. No cash back. Retailer’s coupon. Bearer assumes all sales/use tax liability. Not valid at MinuteClinic®. Not redeemable online.

*FOR SIDE EFFECTS: All CVS Health® immunizers will be certified according to company requirements and trained in the administration of immunizations, and will hold an active CPR certification.

*FOR CDC RECOMMENDATIONS AND SOURCING: Learn more about CDC data sources, exclusions and estimates.

*FOR VACCINE ADMINISTRATION GUIDELINES: All CVS Health certified immunizers are trained in the administration of vaccines and hold an active CPR certification.