Walmart to Begin Administering COVID-19 Vaccine Friday for Eligible Residents

Walmart to Begin Administering COVID-19 Vaccine Friday for Eligible Residents

SWEETWATER COUNTY — The Fremont County Coronavirus Unified Command announced Wednesday evening that Walmart pharmacies will begin administering COVID-19 Coronavirus vaccines in Wyoming starting Friday, February 12.

This is being done through the U.S. Federal Retail Pharmacy Program.

According to Walmart, the Rock Springs Walmart is among the stores in Wyoming that will be administering the vaccine to eligible residents.

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Walmart is following state and federal vaccine distribution guidelines, which means eligible residents must belong to the priority groups under phase 1A, 1B, and 1C of the state’s vaccine distribution plan.

This is the list of Walmart stores in Wyoming that will receive the vaccine.

Appointments to receive the COVID-19 vaccine can be made on Walmart’s website here. The Fremont County Coronavirus Unified Command said that if the site is not functioning, revisit as they may have start up issues.

More information from Walmart on the vaccine can be found below:


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