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Aetna® community vaccine clinics

As a CVS Health® company, Aetna is committed to making it as easy as possible for you to get the COVID-19 vaccine. That’s why we’ve organized vaccine clinics in communities like yours. We're providing vaccines at no added cost to our members.*

Schedule your vaccine

 

Our pharmacy team is administering the Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at the following locations. It’s easy to get started — just choose a date and time for your first dose. A second dose will be automatically scheduled for you three to four weeks later.

 
 

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How are the vaccines evaluated to ensure safety?

How are the vaccines evaluated to ensure safety?

CVS pharmacy supervisor Dr. Aisha Oliver explains how clinical trials help ensure that vaccines are safe and effective.

 

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What's the difference between mRNA and viral vector vaccines?

What's the difference between mRNA and viral vector vaccines?

Hear from CVS pharmacy supervisor Dr. Aisha Oliver on how both types of vaccines allow your body to recognize COVID-19 and prevent infection.

 

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Does the vaccine have long-term side effects?

Does the vaccine have long-term side effects?

Dr. Lesley Harvey Sparks, CVS pharmacy district leader, explains how clinical trial participants are monitored for possible side effects.

 

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Should I get the vaccine if I’ve had COVID-19?

Should I get the vaccine if I’ve had COVID-19?

Even if you received plasma treatment or antibodies, you should still get vaccinated, says Dr. Lesley Harvey Sparks, CVS pharmacy district leader.

 

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The information you need

We understand your concerns, and we’re here to help. Here’s what to know about getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

The vaccine is effective

After two required doses, the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines have a 94% and 95% efficacy rate of protection against COVID-19. Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine has 74.4% effectiveness in the U.S., and 100% efficacy against hospitalization and death from the virus. Minor side effects are common with all of the vaccines.

The vaccine is safe

We are only administering vaccines that have been authorized for use by the FDA. And all of our vaccination services comply with CDC guidance for safe delivery of vaccines. In addition, we have medical experts on hand to answer your questions.

We’re experts in vaccine administration

CVS® has administered millions of COVID-19 vaccinations to date, and has years of experience safely administering other vaccines, such as those for flu, shingles and pneumonia.

*Medicare covers the COVID-19 vaccination for Medicare members, so it won’t cost you anything to get it. When you go to the clinic, bring your red, white and blue Medicare ID card with you — not your health plan ID card.

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