BOYERTOWN — The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy in Boyertown will host a "mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic" in the gym at Boyertown Area High School on Sunday, April 11.
Pfizer vaccines will be administered and the second dose will be scheduled for Saturday, May 8 at the same time and same location. Only register if both vaccine dates work for you.
Those eligible for Pennsylvania's Phase 1A or 1B who still need the vaccine, reside in Berks or Montgomery County, and can attend both clinics, can sign up at the following link: https://hipaa.jotform.com/1348/41121
Patients who are not eligible for Phase 1A or 1B will not be able to submit the appointment form for this weekend's clinic. The form will NOT allow you to submit it if you are ineligible.
If you cannot attend this weekend's clinic but would like to attend a future clinic, fill out this link: https://hipaa.jotform.com/1348/future-clinic-availability
Appointment times are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. If you attempted to schedule an appointment for this weekend's clinic, but all appointments have been filled, also use the following link to be notified of the next available clinic: https://hipaa.jotform.com/1348/future-clinic-availability
Your submission is received when the form directs you to a page with a green checkmark saying your submission was received. Ensure you carefully type in your email to ensure an email confirmation. Do not submit more than once.
In accordance with the Pennsylvania Department of Health guidelines, once an appointment is scheduled, please do NOT solicit other appointments or cancel an appointment you have scheduled here. This jeopardizes vaccination efforts statewide.
The Medicine Shoppe is a local pharmacy that has taken a lead in local vaccinations. Last week, the pharmacy teamed up with the Pottstown NAACP and provided 500 vaccination shots at Pottstown Middle School.
Additional questions can be addressed to the pharmacy's COVID hotline at 1-855-268-4636. Refrain from calling the pharmacy directly as it is being flooded with calls and cannot carry out normal pharmacy functions.