COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics & Locations
Arkansans ages 6 months or older are eligible to receive an updated (bivalent) COVID-19 vaccine.
There is still no out-of-pocket expense for the vaccine. People should bring their insurance cards to the clinic, as the vaccine provider may bill the insurance for the cost of administration. If you do not have insurance, the vaccine will be available at no charge. Changes to payment for COVID-19 vaccines are likely to occur in the autumn of 2023.
To get information about a vaccine provider near you see the map and table below. You can also find locations by going to vaccines.gov. We recommend you contact the provider by phone ahead of time to see if an appointment is needed.
ADH Vaccine Clinics
|05.30.23||D.W. Reynolds Library Conference Room, 900 W Daisy L. Gaston Bates||Little Rock||9am - 5pm|
|06.01.23||615 North B St.||Fort Smith||8am - 4pm|
|06.02.23||Sports Complex, 801 Glenda Lane||Wynne||12pm - 5pm|
|06.03.23||Courthouse Lawn, 301 W. Main Street||Heber Springs||9am - 2pm|
Use the map or table below to reach out to your local pharmacy or provider to ask about getting the vaccine.
All Arkansas Department of Health Local Health units are COVID-19 Vaccination locations. Click here for your local health unit.
A registration code is not required by ADH.