CHAMBERS COUNTY, Ala. (WTVM) - People in Chambers County have several options when it comes to getting the coronavirus vaccine.
The county health department and some pharmacies in town are either already giving vaccines or expect to begin administering them soon.
The health department is hosting clinics on Tuesdays and Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. CST.
Valley Pharmacy started giving vaccines to its customers Friday. People can call the pharmacy or go in person to pre-register for an appointment. Angie Moore, owner of the pharmacy, said this should help people understand the process better.
“People do like coming in here because they can just walk in the door and talk to us,” said Moore. “They don’t have to go through a portal. I think that’s good. If you can get the vaccine elsewhere, just go ahead and get on the list. Wherever you can get it first, go ahead.”
Hood’s Pharmacy in Valley just received approval from the Alabama Department of Health to administer vaccinations, but it does not have the vaccine yet. Greene’s Super Drug in Lanett is still waiting for approval to administer vaccinations.