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COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

U.S. Food and Drug Administration

For more information about vaccine clinics, vaccinations and other covid-19 information, you can click here, or call 800- 985-6030

  • Every Monday through Friday at Washington Regional Urgent Care on Appleby Rd. in Fayetteville
  • Every Wednesday, at Washington Regional Urgent Care centers in Bentonville, Harrison, Rogers and Springdale 
  • From one hour before kickoff until the end of Razorback football games this season at Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville
  • Vaccines are available for ticketholders, staff and volunteers at remaining Walmart AMP concerts and events this season, beginning one hour before the concert begins.
  • Mercy Hospital in Springdale is hosting a COVID vaccine clinic from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. every week day. You can schedule an appointment here. Walk-ins are also welcome. 
  • UAMS Northwest is hosting weekday drive-thru vaccine clinics by appointment only. You must be an Arkansas resident and will need to provide photo ID, phone number, date of birth and name to receive a vaccine. To register, click here or call 479-332-0222.

The Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks is offering veterans, their spouses ande caregivers the GOVID-19 vaccine. No appointment is necessary for veterans, spouses and caregivers, and the vaccine is administered in a drive-thru clinic. The clinics take place at the Primary Care Entrance of the Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks in Fayetteville, and take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. every weekday.
The Black Action Collective, Growing & Coping Together, the Northwest Arkansas Chapter of the NAACP, the Historic St. James Baptist Church, and the Urban League Young Professionals of Northwest Arkansas are partnering with the Community Clinic, Fayetteville Diagnostic Clinic, the NWA Council, and the Fayetteville City Board of Health to host a series of mobile Covid-19 vaccine clinics. These mobile clinics will be held at various locations in Fayetteville throughout the months of August and September. The goal is to serve the Black community in Northwest Arkansas along with any individuals desiring a Covid-19 vaccine.

Appointments are not necessary, and all vaccines are free of charge.

The first and second doses will be available at all clinics. If you are coming for your second dose, please bring the vaccine card from your first dose. Pfizer vaccines will be available for individuals ages 12 and older. A parent or guardian will need to be present for individuals ages 12 to 17. Consent forms are available via https://nwacouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Northwest-Arkansas-Council-COVID-Immunization-Consent-Form_Fillable-PDF-1.pdf.