Thank you for your interest in scheduling a Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine (first dose or booster) at Sharpsburg Pharmacy! Please DO NOT schedule an appointment if you want a different vaccine because other vaccines appointments cannot be scheduled through this form. You must be at least 12 years of age for us to administer the adult Pfizer vaccine or the bivalent booster. If this is your first dose, you will need to return to the pharmacy exactly 21 days after your appointment so that you can receive your second dose. If you cannot return in 21 days for the second dose, DO NOT schedule an appointment until you would be able to do so 21 days later. Because of the dose allocations and storage requirements we simply cannot accomodate requests to reschedule your second dose because of vacations, other appointments, etc.
If all the appointment times below are grayed out, they have been taken. Please keep checking back because we will open more times as vaccine becomes available to us.
We recommend that you make a NOTE of your APPOINTMENT Date and Time and DOWNLOAD/PRINT the PDF form for your records once you hit submit. You may do this on the "Thank You" page that appears after your form is submitted successfully. Please bring this and any insurance cards with you for your appointment. An email confirmation of your appointment will be sent but many email providers send Jotform emails to their spam or junk mail folders. Please check these folders before calling the store to confirm.
CDC now recommends a single booster dose of a bivalent mRNA COVID-19 vaccine for certain individuals after receipt of a primary series (with any approved or authorized COVID-19 vaccine) or prior monovalent booster dose. Eligible individuals must be ≥ 12 years of age to receive the bivalent Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 booster vaccine. The enhanced booster shot should be administered to all persons in this age range, regardless of the number of monovalent booster doses the person previously received, as long as the bivalent booster dose is given at least 2 months (8 weeks) after any previous dose.
In addition to a mRNA COVID-19 booster, immunocompromised people should continue to take precautions such as wearing masks, avoiding crowds, and keeping their physical distance from people they don't live with. Likewise, everyone around immunocompromised people should get vaccinated against COVID-19 to protect their loved ones.
You will be asked to present your vaccine card showing your previous vaccine doses.
If you are unable to select a vaccine appointment time below we are currently full, please check back regularly as appointments open up as other patients cancel. You can call the store late in the day on vaccination days to check for availability of extra doses.
If you need to cancel an appointment please call us so that we can open the spot up for someone else. No shows for appointments can mean that we have to waste a dose that day. Please help us reach as many patients as possible by keeping your appointment time or giving us plenty of notice if you can't.