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Setting up a COVID-19 vaccination appointment

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Even if you don’t have internet or a smartphone, help is available!

Important note: Please choose only one vaccination site. Signing up at multiple locations causes confusion and could keep someone else from getting a vaccination.

If you have internet access

The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) COVID-19 vaccination site map on their website, healthy.arkansas.gov, has links for online scheduling. All vaccination sites also list phone numbers to set up appointments.

If you don’t have internet access

You can call the state’s COVID-19 Call Center at 800-803-7847, and a representative will help you locate a vaccination site and share phone numbers to call to set up an appointment.

If you need help signing up for a vaccination, you can call the state’s new COVID-19 vaccination hotline at 800-985-6030. They can schedule you at an upcoming vaccination event or direct you to a local pharmacy, where you can call for an appointment.

If you’re age 65+

Online scheduling – Check the ADH COVID-19 vaccination site map on their website.

Self-scheduling – The state’s COVID-19 Call Center at 800-803-7847 can help you locate a vaccination site. You’ll need to call the location yourself to set up an appointment.

Assisted scheduling – If you need help signing up for a vaccination, you can call the state’s new COVID-19 vaccination hotline at 800-985-6030. They can schedule you at an upcoming vaccination event or direct you to a local pharmacy, where you can call for an appointment.

The eight regional members of the Arkansas Association of Area Agencies on Aging can find a vaccination site near you and even get you scheduled – just call 866-739-7751 (They help Arkansans 50+). (Note: This full-service treatment may even be able to find you a ride to and from your vaccination appointments.)

If you’re employed

At work – Check with your employer to see if they are planning an on-site vaccination clinic.

Community pharmacies – You can check the ADH COVID-19 vaccination site map on their website or call the state’s COVID-19 Call Center at 800-803-7847.

If you need help signing up for a vaccination, you can call the state’s new COVID-19 vaccination hotline at 800-985-6030. They can schedule you at an upcoming vaccination event or direct you to a local pharmacy, where you can call for an appointment.

What to take to your COVID-19 vaccination appointment

You should bring a photo ID and your health plan member ID card (and your pharmacy card, if it is separate). There’s nothing to pay, but the staff will need your insurance coverage information to file a claim with your health plan.