MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Vaccinations in the Mid-South continue to ramp up in every state and county. More and more people are becoming eligible to make vaccine appointments every day. Below you'll find a break down of where to find vaccine information, or schedule an appointment.
Boston Children's Hospital, in partnership with the CDC and Harvard University, has put together VACCINEFINDER.ORG, an excellent resource for finding vaccines available near you.
Update: At the Pipkin building at 940 Early Maxwell Blvd, no appointments are needed to get a 1st or 2nd dose Pfizer vaccine between April 8 and April 11 and ONLY BETWEEN 5PM and 8PM
The City of Memphis is now operating public COVID-19 Vaccination Sites, Mondays – Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Appointment sign-up links will now be released on Fridays for appointments for the following week.
If you need assistance, call 901-222-SHOT (7468) from Monday to Saturday, 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Where to find COVID-19 vaccine information for Tennessee
The Tennessee Health Department Website has a tool that will show you the availability of vaccines in your county as well as the current vaccine roll-out phase that your county is in.
Where to find COVID-19 vaccine information for Mississippi
First dose appointments: Check the online vaccination scheduler daily, especially early in the week, when a large number of new appointments usually become available.
Second dose appointments: Look for second-dose scheduling information in your first dose confirmation e-mail. Remember that your second dose appointment should be made 3-5 weeks (for Pfizer vaccine) or 4-6 weeks (Moderna) from your first vaccination.
Help with vaccination appointments: 877-978-6453
Eligibility: Teachers and staff in K-12 schools, day-cares and preschools, first responders, all adults 50 and over, and those ages 18-49 with certain chronic health conditions are now eligible for vaccination.
Where to find COVID-19 vaccine information for Arkansas
Arkansas residents can call 1-800-985-6030 to get more vaccination information.
Phase 1-B has started, which means vaccinations are happening now for:
- 65 years and older
- Police, fire, other first responders
- Food and Agriculture
- People with intellectual or developmental disabilities
- Essential Government
- Grocery Store/Meal Delivery
- Postal/Package Delivery Service
- Public Transit
- Houses of Worship
Phase 1-C in Arkansas is expected to start at the end of March or early April.
Phase 1-C includes people who are 16-64 with high-risk medical conditions, transportation and logistics workers, water and wastewater workers, food service workers, shelter and housing workers, public safety workers, finance workers, IT and communications workers, energy workers, members of the media and public health workers.
Pharmacies providing COVID-19 vaccines during Phase 1-A and 1-B by county in Northwest Arkansas & River Valley (information provided by the Arkansas Department of Health) Click here to schedule an appointment at Walgreens stores in Arkansas. Click here for information on Walmart stores offering the vaccine.