Qualified Californians would now be able to book an appointment to get immunized at 143 Walmart and Sam’s Club locations statewide, the stores reported Thursday.
The organization said appointments were accessible starting at Thursday evening and could be booked at the Walmart or Sam’s Club sites. See the bottom of this post for the full list of stores partaking in California.
The stores are following California’s statewide immunization qualification rules, which implies shots are presently being offered to everybody 50 and older, certain groups of fundamental workers and individuals with debilitating disabilities or ailment. Everybody more than 16 years of age will become qualified April 15.
Those qualified don’t need to be a Sam’s Club member to get inoculated at one of the store’s locations. In any case, both the Walmart and Sam’s Club websites expect clients to make an account prior to planning an appointment.
The organization says it will “provide a digital reminder when it is time to return for the second vaccine,” and showed appointments for a second dose with the Pfizer and Moderna antibodies will be automatically scheduled.
The national retailer joins CVS, Rite Aid, Ralphs, Walgreens and Costco in offering COVID-19 shots in California.
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