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Rite Aid COVID vaccine appointment eligibility and how to book online

Rite Aid COVID vaccine appointment eligibility and how to book online

2/22/2021 11:25:00 PM

Rite Aid COVID vaccine appointment eligibility and how to book online

Appointments at some stores had to be rescheduled last week after vaccine shipment delays caused by severe weather.

PhiladelphiaThose aged 75 or overVirginiaThose aged 65 or overIndividuals with high-risk conditions (aged 18 or over)Check the.How to book COVID-19 vaccinations at Rite AidMost appointments are available via the Rite Aid website. In some areas, slots can only be booked through the local health department or government website.

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Store workers and pharmacy staff are not able to schedule appointments.On the Rite Aid site, customers should look for the column titled"How can I schedule my vaccine appointment?" on the right of the page.They will then be directed to aVaccine Scheduler

where they'll fill out a form to check if they qualify.Appointments at some Rite Aid stores had to be rescheduled last week because of vaccine shipment delays caused by severe weather, the company said."We have already contacted affected individuals and their appointments have been automatically rescheduled for the soonest possible date. If you were not contacted about rescheduling, then your appointment has not been affected," states the Rite Aid website.

Rite Aid customers should bring the following to their vaccine appointment:A government-issued form of identification, such as a driver's license or Social Security card.Their completed vaccine consent form, which can be.Their prescription and medical insurance information, such as the Medicare card for those aged 65 or over.

A Rite Aid store in Walnut Creek, California, on January 12. Rite Aid is offering COVID-19 vaccinations at some locations.Smith Collection/Gado/Getty ImagesThe wider pictureThe novel coronavirus has infected more than 111.5 million people, including over 28.1 million in the U.S., since it was first reported in Wuhan, China.

More than 2.4 million people have died worldwide and more than 62.9 million have recovered as of Monday, according to Johns Hopkins University.The graphic below, produced by, shows which countries have the highest number of vaccine doses administered per 100 people.

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