As your preferred Community Independent Pharmacy provider, we are pleased to offer you a New Pharmacy Experience in Booking, Scheduling or Purchasing services from the convenience of your mobile phone.


We are the same pharmacy team you’ve come to trust and rely on! But now we offer experiences designed around you.


We have our 1 goal: Deliver on our promise of making your eperience at our front counter and our digital counter…SIMPLY MARVELOUS!


We believe community pharmacies know you and know what you expect when it comes to delivering community based personalized care.

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Step 2: Book & Schedule Service

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Step 3: Confirm or Pay for Service

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This site does not sell Covid-19 Vaccinations for Personal or Home Administration

COVID-19 Vaccinations

Is the Covid-19 Vaccine available?

The FDA has granted Emergency Use Authorization for the COVID-19 vaccine. This vaccine will be available to select eligible populations including healthcare workers and residents of long-term care facilities. COVID-19 vaccines are anticipated to be available to the general population sometime in 2021.

Who is eligible to get the Covid-19 Vaccine?

The CDC has outlined a three-phased approach for the administration of COVID-19 vaccines. The federal government, working with the states, are prioritizing high-risk populations for initial distribution, with plans to expand access to the general population based on availability of adequate supply of COVID-19 vaccines.

Each state may adjust its vaccine allocation according to that specific state’s needs.

Phase 1a

  • Healthcare workers
  • Residents of long-term care facilities
  • Select populations based on varied state guidelines*

Phase 1b

  • People age 75+
  • Essential frontline workers (identified by the CDC)

Phase 1c

  • People ages 65–74
  • People ages 16–64 with chronic health conditions
  • Other essential workers

Phase 2

  • General population

Who can get the Covid-19 Vaccine first?

Healthcare workers, residents of long-term care facilities and select populations have been deemed eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine by the CDC. When vaccines are more widely available, there will be increased access to the broader population.

Are Covid-19 Vaccines Safe?

Vaccines have played an important role in protecting the health and safety of communities and nations throughout history. As a critical resource for care in our communities, Walgreens will remain focused on providing safe and convenient access to COVID-19 vaccines. Learn how the federal government is ensuring the safety of COVID-19 vaccines.

What are the side-effects of the Covid-19 Vaccine?

According to the CDC and FDA, adverse reactions are usually mild to moderate in intensity and resolve within a few days. The most common adverse reactions reported after vaccination in clinical studies included:

  • Pain at injection site (84.1%)
  • Fatigue (62.9%)
  • Headache (55.1%)
  • Muscle pain (38.3%)
  • Chills (31.9%)
  • Joint pain (23.6%)
  • Fever (14.2%)
  • Injection site swelling (10.5%)
  • Injection site redness (9.5%)
  • Nausea (1.1%)
  • Malaise (0.5%)
  • Lymphadenopathy (0.3%)

How does the Covid-19 Vaccine work?

Three types of COVID-19 vaccines are currently or soon will be undergoing clinical trials in the United States: mRNA, Protein subunit and vector. Each uses different technologies that recognize and protect us from COVID-19. The CDC provides further information here.

How many shots of Covid-19 Vaccine are required?

According to the CDC, the majority of COVID-19 vaccines will require two doses. The first shot will start building protection, and the second shot will help provide the most protection the vaccine offers. The waiting period between each dose will vary based on the manufacturer.

Is my Covid-19 Vaccine Free?

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services states that people without health insurance or whose insurance does not provide coverage of COVID-19 vaccines can also get a COVID-19 vaccine at no cost.

 COVID-19 Testing

ATTENTION: All Pharmacies Participating on the CareXchange Marketplace are CLIA Waiver Approved and Verified Providers Authorized to provide onsite COVID-19 Rapid Point of Care Testing. This site serves as a digital marketplace for community pharmacy patients to Book, Schedule and Purchase Covid-19 Rapid Test Appointments. This Site does not sell or distribute Covid-19 Test for Personal or Home Use.

General Information

  • COVID-19 testing from the comfort and safety of your vehicle!
  • Get results the same-day as testing!
  • No crowded waiting rooms, lines, or feeling unsafe during the testing process.
  • We are committed to providing our patients a safe, accurate, comfortable, and efficient testing experience.
  • This is an out-of-pocket test and cannot be billed to the insurance by the Pharmacy.
  • Due to limited access and the time-sensitive nature of COVID testing, cancelled appointments must be rescheduled within 48 hours. Please only book an appointment if you intend to get tested.
  • Our Medical Technicians are outfitted with necessary CDC-recommended PPE to ensure the safety of patients and staff during the testing process, including N95 masks, isolation gowns, face shields, and medical gloves.
  • Just follow the instructions on the signs at our Pharmacy CareXchange testing locations upon arrival.
  • Receive results from the safety of your mobile phone in our secure HIPAA Compliant WeCare2Care portal.
  • Learn more about COVID-19 Testing:
  • All of our COVID-19 tests are designated with FDA Emergency Use Authorization (EUA).
  • Our COVID-19 tests are CLIA-waived tests approved for point-of-care use in pharmacies.

Rapid-Result Antigen Test

  • Antigen tests are immunoassays that detect the presence of a specific viral antigen, which implies current viral infection.
  • Antigen tests are currently authorized to be performed on nasopharyngeal or nasal swab specimens placed directly into the assay’s extraction buffer or reagent.
  • Rapid antigen tests perform best when the person is tested in the early stages of infection with SARS-CoV-2 when viral load is generally highest.
  • They also may be informative in diagnostic testing situations in which the person has a known exposure to a confirmed case of COVID-19.
  • Sample Collection Method: Antigen tests require a non-invasive nasal swab (both nostrils) to collect a proper sample for testing.

Rapid-Result Antibody Test

  • In general, a positive antibody test is presumed to mean a person has been infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, at some point in the past. It does not mean they are currently infected.
  • Antibody test results should NOT be used to diagnose someone with an active infection.
  • Antibodies start developing within 1 to 3 weeks after fully-recovered infection.
  • We currently don’t have enough information yet to say whether someone will definitely be immune and protected from reinfection if they have antibodies to the virus.
  • Sample Collection Method: The antibody test requires the collection of a small blood sample from patients. Samples are collected via a finger-stick, and the collection of a drop of blood.

 PharmacyCare Services

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What is COVID-19?

COVID-19 is a respiratory illness caused by a new, or “novel” coronavirus. Coronaviruses cause respiratory illnesses, such as the common cold.

How does it spread?

COVID-19 spreads through droplets from sneezes and coughs. It also spreads through close contact with others, including handshakes and sharing food or drinks.

What are the symptoms?

The main symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, coughing, and shortness of breath. Some people also experience body aches and a sore throat.