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COVID-19 Vaccine Information
In light of the Governor's announcements on Phase 1-B yesterday, it is important that our citizens know who will be eligible, when the vaccine will be available, and where it can be received.
Phase 1-B will be open to persons age 70 and up, teachers and school staff, and daycare employees on Monday, January 18th. You can arrange your vaccines by setting up appointments at the following pharmacies, either through their website or by calling to set up an appointment. You can use the same procedure to schedule your second round 21 days after the first injection.
Phase 1-A personnel (medical personnel and First Responders) should do the same for setting up appointments and receiving the vaccine as soon as possible.
The following are a list of Pharmacies offering the COVID-19 Vaccine:
Bryant Family Pharmacy (Online Appointments and Phone Appts)
3801 Highway 5N
Bryant, AR 72022
ph: 501-847-2880
Appointment: or call 501-847-2880
East End Pharmacy
20381 Arch Street
Little Rock, AR 72206
Appointment: COVID Phone Scheduling #: 501-888-2830
Salem Family Pharmacy
1208 Salem Rd
Benton, AR 72019
Appointment: 501-316-1600
Cornerstone Pharmacy-Bryant
2203 N Reynolds Rd #2533,
Bryant, AR 72022
Appointment: 501-481-8964
West Side Pharmacy (Online Appointments)
620 W. South Street
Benton, AR 72015
Ph: 501-778-3151
Finley Pharmacy
1016 W South St, Suite 1
Benton, AR 72015
Appointment: Phone: 501-315-5100
Smith Caldwell Drug Store
Smith Caldwell Drug Store
414 N Main Street
Appointment: website:
Harrison Family Pharmacy
Harrison Family Pharmacy
2323 Highway 229
Benton, AR 72015
Call 501-794-6338 to schedule an appointment
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