On March 29 Texas made COVID-19 vaccines available to all individuals aged 16 and older (Pfizer vaccine) and 18 and older (Johnson & Johnson and Moderna).
At Community Pharmacy receiving a vaccination is effortless. But in case you or a loved one still has questions, we have outlined the process below to make it even easier.
Which Community Pharmacy Locations Offer the COVID-19 Vaccine?
As of now, our only locations that offer vaccinations are in Corinth, Denton, and Lewisville. If you don’t live in or near these cities, you can find an extensive list of vaccination hubs throughout Texas here.
How Do I Receive a COVID-19 Vaccine at Community Pharmacy?
To receive information regarding vaccine availability, you will have to complete our short COVID-19 Vaccine Interest Form. After submitting the form, we will notify you when the next batch of vaccines become available. Then, all you have to do is sign up for an appointment slot and stop by Community Pharmacy at your scheduled time!
Have a loved one who doesn’t use email or the internet? You can either fill out the form on their behalf or have them call the Community Pharmacy location near you and we will accommodate their needs.
Please note: Receiving a notification for vaccine availability does not guarantee you will receive one. We only have a certain number of vaccines at any given time, so make sure to schedule a vaccination appointment as soon as possible upon receiving the notification.
Do I Have to Go into the Pharmacy to Receive my Vaccine?
No! If it’s easier for you or your loved one to stay in your vehicle, we will come to you and administer the vaccine directly through your car window.
Which Vaccines Does Community Pharmacy Offer?
The type of vaccine we offer – Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, or Moderna – varies depending on the vaccine allocation provided to us. Whenever a new shipment becomes available, we will notify you of the vaccine type and you can determine from there if you would like to schedule a vaccination appointment.
For more information on the differences between the three types of COVID-19 vaccines, we recommend reading this helpful article.
How Do I Receive My Second Shot? (Pfizer and Moderna)
Receiving your second shot is even easier than the first. As soon as vaccines become available, we will contact you via email and/or phone to schedule your second appointment.
When scheduling your first appointment, make sure that all contact information is correct so we can reach out to you to schedule your second shot.
Please note: A vaccine dose cannot be reserved for an individual outside their respective appointment times due to the vaccine’s time-sensitive nature. Once the vial has been punctured, there is only a limited amount of time to administer the doses contained within it.
Do I Need to Bring Anything to my Vaccination Appointment?
Yes! Make sure to bring your pharmacy benefits insurance card or Medicare Red, White and Blue card (if applicable). This information is only needed for reference and there will be no cost to you.