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Step 1: Do you qualify?
We will be following the State of Utah phased vaccine approach to determine who is currently being vaccinated.

Return here to schedule your appointment in Step 2

Verify what group is currently being vaccinated >
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Step 2: Schedule your appointment
Please note, vaccine appointments are required.

To schedule your appointment:
  1. Select the COVID-19 vaccine appointment
  2. Choose your location
  3. Choose your appointment time
Schedule your appointment >
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Step 3: Download, print and complete consent form

Once you have scheduled your vaccine appointment, please download, print and complete the consent form by clicking the button below. You will need to bring this completed form with you to your appointment.

Informed consent form >

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Step 4: Prepare for your appointment
  • Arrive 5 minutes prior to your appointment time
  • Please wear a mask and limit the number of people you bring with you
  • Bring your state issued driver's license or ID and insurance card
  • Be prepared to wait 15 - 30 minutes after the vaccine to monitor for potential reaction

Vaccine Supply

Please be aware that vaccine supply is extremely limited, and it is possible that our pharmacies may run out of vaccine at any time. We will do our best to notify you if your appointment needs to be rescheduled. Your patience during this time is greatly appreciated.

Learn more about the COVID-19 Vaccine >

Frequently Asked Questions

    1. a.We are following the vaccine distribution schedule outlined by the Department of Health for each state in which we operate.
      Learn more about the phased vaccine rollout plan for UTAH here >
    1. a.We are currently using the Moderna vaccine
      View the Emergency Use Authorization for the Moderna vaccine here >
    1. a.We don’t accept walk-ins for the vaccine. To help prevent further spread of COVID-19, we are requiring patients to schedule appointments to receive the vaccine. This also allows our pharmacy teams adequate time to prepare the vaccine for your arrival. As our pharmacies receive vaccine supply, you will be able to schedule an appointment on our website .
    1. a.You must get your second dose of the vaccine from the same manufacturer that did your first dose. For example, if your first dose was Pfizer, you must get the Pfizer vaccine for your second dose for it to be effective.
    1. a.The vaccine manufacturers are working incredibly hard to produce enough supply to vaccinate the country. These vaccines have very strict timeframes that they need to be used within to prevent waste. It is very important that we do everything we can to ensure everyone has access to a vaccine.
    1. a.The COVID-19 vaccine is being provided at no cost to all patients.
    1. a.There have been reports of potential side effects of this vaccine, like other vaccines. To help monitor any potential side effects, we are asking all patients to stay close to the pharmacy for 15 minutes after they have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
      What to expect after getting a COVID-19 vaccine >
    1. a.Please bring your medical insurance card.
    2. b.If you don’t have insurance of any kind, you can bring your State issued driver’s license or identification card.
    3. c.Your vaccination card if this is your second dose.
    4. d.Completed consent form found here.
    1. a.This vaccine is being provided to all patients at no cost.
    1. a.The Federal government is covering the cost for your pharmacy to give you the vaccine. We must submit a claim to your insurance or to the Federal government to receive this cost covering payment. In the end the Federal government is covering the cost to give you the vaccine.
    1. a.To keep a contactless process, we are asking all patients to complete the consent form prior to their appointment time. Do not complete the paperwork unless you have already scheduled an appointment.
      1. i.The consent form can be found here.
    1. a. It is not recommended that you receive the COVID-19 vaccine if you have received a vaccine 14 days prior to the vaccination. It is also not recommended that you receive another vaccination 14 days after you received the COVID-19 vaccine.
    1. a.If you can’t make your scheduled appointment, we ask that you please cancel or reschedule as soon as possible. We will be relying on those appointment times to determine how much vaccine we need to have available and missing an appointment could result in wasted vaccine.

There are many vaccine providers across the state. If you are having trouble finding an appointment with us, we encourage you to schedule with a different provider.

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