Walmart and Sam’s Club to soon administer COVID-19 Vaccines in Indiana

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Beginning February 12, Walmart and Sam’s Club pharmacies will begin administering COVID-19 vaccines in Indiana through the U.S. Federal Retail Pharmacy Program.

Walmart and Sam’s Club pharmacies in 22 states are receiving vaccine allocations this week, with an emphasis on locations that reach customers in underserved communities.

“We’re committed to helping people live better – and healthier lives – in Indiana, and we take that role very seriously,” said Dr. Cheryl Pegus, Executive Vice President of Walmart, Health & Wellness. “We want to help the country re-open, but we can only achieve that through widespread COVID-19 vaccination. We’re proud to work together with the federal government, states, communities, customers, and associates to expand access to the vaccine and reach that goal.”

Eligible Michiana residents can schedule appointments via the Walmart and Sam’s Club websites once available, making it that much more convenient to get vaccinated.

Vaccines will be available to those who meet the current phase of eligibility in Indiana, which can be found here.

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