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Information on Monovalent COVID-19 Vaccines

At this time, we are offering the new 2023-2024 COVID-19 Vaccines!

Please use our online vaccine scheduler below to sign up for your preferred vaccine. 

The monovalent boosters are available to those eligible, as outlined below:​​​

  • Individuals must have completed the primary series of COVID-19 vaccine

  • Must have been at least 2 months after your most recent COVID-19 primary vaccine or booster

We will be offering appointments throughout the week in-store.

*If you are unable to make your appointment or received a vaccine somewhere else, please cancel your appointment online or give us a call to cancel so we are able to vaccinate as many people as possible!

COVID-19
Vaccinations

 We will be offering scheduled and select walk-in appointments and for COVID-19 vaccines throughout the week. For safety and efficiency reasons due to the increased demand for vaccines and booster doses, we ask that you please use our online scheduler and refrain from directing calls to the store related to vaccines.

By utilizing the scheduling website, you have the ability to select a date and time that works best with your schedule!

View vaccine availability by clicking the box in the next column to book an appointment for your COVID Vaccine!

 

We're all in this together!

Vaccine Appointment
Availability

Kid Getting Vaccinated

Pfizer Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccines

We offer the Pfizer Pediatric Vaccine for children and adolescents ages 5-11.

The Pfizer Pediatric vaccine is administered in a 2 shot series similar to the adult Pfizer vaccine. The two doses are separated by 21 days (and up to 35 days after the first dose).

In-store appointments for Pfizer Pediatric First, Second and Booster doses are now available on our on walk-in basis!

 Please visit the pharmacy to obtain your child's Pfizer Pediatric vaccination series. 

We will keep you updated as regulations develop surrounding pediatric COVID-19 vaccines!

The Medicine Shoppe Notice of Privacy Practices

Our role as a Pharmacists and pharmacy associates is to provide information for our patients to make educated and relevant decisions for their health. Our position is not to agree or disagree with your health choices, but to facilitate accessibility to healthcare. This is not a political agenda, it is an agenda for your health. 
Attached are some resources to allow you to make an informed decision regarding the COVID-19 vaccine:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Pennsylvania Department of Health

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

American College of Preventative Medicine (ACPM)

New England Journal of Medicine

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