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Posted on: March 2, 2021

More vaccination sites now available

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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. –  More organizations are administering COVID-19 vaccines in Clarksville-Montgomery County. All sites are working with the Tennessee Department of Health and Montgomery County Health Department and operating in accord with the state plan to provide vaccinations in phases.  


Those wanting a vaccination should first determine eligibility by visiting this website:  https://covid19.tn.gov/covid-19-vaccines/eligibility/ .


These organizations are receiving vaccines from the state or federal government and are given at no cost.  


Austin Peay State University 

Starting Tuesday, March 2, APSU nursing faculty and students will begin administering the Moderna vaccine to the public at a drive-through site near Main Street and University Avenue. After someone requests an appointment, they’ll receive information on when to arrive. The site is in parking Lot 11, next to the Ard Building. Enter Lot 11 by traveling east on Main Street. Traffic will not be allowed to enter from University Avenue.  


To schedule an appointment at APSU, visit signupgenius.com/go/10c0d4daea628a5f4c43-first.  


Fort Campbell 

The Department of Defense is following its own distribution plan, and is vaccinating those in DoD Phases 1a, 1b and 1c. Fort Campbell is offering vaccines at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital. 


Tricare beneficiaries may go to signupgenius.com/go/10C0C4EAEAC28A3F4C25-covid to be added to a waitlist. When the vaccine is available, the hospital will send an email, and then patients can select a date and time.  


Tennessee Valley Veteran Association 

Enrolled TVHS Veterans who are 55 or over and interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine should sign up on the VA's "Keep Me Informed" tool: https://www.va.gov/health.../covid-19-vaccine/stay-informed  


The VA will contact registrants with time, date and place information. For updates, visit: https://www.tennesseevalley.va.gov/.../covid-19-vaccines.asp.  


National pharmacies 

Kroger: All three Kroger stores in Clarksville are offering the vaccine. These include 2100 Lowes Drive, 1489 Madison St., and 110 Dover Crossing Road. To make an appointment, go to kroger.com/rx/covid-vaccine. The website also allows users to register for their second dose.  


Walmart: Six Walmarts in Clarksville are offering the vaccine: 2315 Madison St., 3050 Wilma Rudolph Blvd., 2551 Whitfield Road, 216 Dover Road, 1680 Fort Campbell Blvd., and 408 Tiny Town Road. Visit their immunization website to make an appointment. 


 Independent pharmacies 

Hilltop Pharmacy: Hilltop Pharmacy, inside Hilltop Supermarket at 400 State Highway 149, is offering the Moderna vaccine. To register, visit the Hilltop Pharmacy website or call 931-233-0444 to make an appointment.  


Sango Pharmacy: Sango Pharmacy, 2622 Madison Street, Suite A, is taking phone appointments at 931-919-2491. They are also scheduling appointments for the second dose 28 days out. These second appointments depend on the shipment schedules of the vaccine, but the pharmacy said it will reach out to those who have appointments should plans change.  


St. Bethlehem Drugs: St. Bethlehem Drugs, 800 Weatherly Drive, Suite 101A, has a limited supply of the Moderna vaccine, and are following Montgomery County’s guidelines. To get on the wait list, call 931-647-6561. 

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