Coronavirus

Where to Find a COVID-19 Vaccine

Source: UAB

UPDATED July 10 Although the mass vaccination sites have closed, there still are standing vaccination opportunities in the area. Everyone 16 and older is eligible to receive for any of the COVID-19 vaccines. Adolescents 12-15 may get the Pfizer vaccine, but a signed consent form is required from a parent or guardian.

Here’s what we know about who is providing shots in greater Birmingham. You can check with them to find out which vaccine is being given.

UAB Medicine: The mass vaccination sites at Hoover Metropolitan Stadium, Parker High School, UAB Hospital-Highlands and AOH Cathedral of the Cross have closed.

UAB opened an Injection Clinic  at 539 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd., in the former Regions Bank retail space at the corner of The Kirklin Clinic parking deck.

Students also can get the Moderna vaccine at Student Health Services. Book appointments in advance.

Legion Field: No appointments are needed for this vaccine clinic on the east side of the stadium, which is open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. daily.

Jefferson County Department of Health: JCDH is providing vaccinations at the health department headquarters at 1400 6th Ave. Call (205) 858-2221.

Alabama Department of Public Health: For those living outside Jefferson County, you can schedule appointments through this link. ADPH has an online map of vaccine providers who offer drive-thru and walk-in vaccinations.

Winn-Dixie: The grocery store recently began to offer vaccines at some locations. To check for stores currently offering shots and to book appointments, see this page on the Winn Dixie website.

Walmart: Many of the chains stores are listed as vaccination sites. You can monitor the situation at this website.

Sam’s Club stores: Sam’s Club stores are also offering shots, with appointments required; more info can be found here.

CVS: The drugstores chain is providing the Pfizer vaccine at many locations across the state. You can check availability of the vaccine on the website.

Walgreens: Walgreens has set up this page on its website to find stores giving vaccinations.

Cahaba Medical Care: This group has offices in Bessemer, Fairfield, West End, Ensley and several other locations in the state. Appointments are available on a limited basis at their offices. Make appointments by calling the individual clinics, listed here.

Mainstreet Family Care: The chain of clinics is offering the vaccines at its clinics throughout the state, including in Pelham, Moody and Oneonta. Patients can check availability of the vaccine each morning and preregister online through this site.

Independent drugstores: Several local pharmacies are also giving vaccinations. Addresses and phone numbers for these pharmacies, as well as all other current vaccine providers, can be found on the ADPH COVID website.

Story updated July 9, 2021