CVS and Walmart are joining a growing number of sites across the country that are offering COVID-19 vaccinations without an appointment.
CVS announced Wednesday it is providing the vaccine on a walk-in basis with no advance appointment necessary. The pharmacy chain, which has 1115 locations in California, also offers same-day scheduling with appointments available within an hour of signing up.
As of Wednesday CVS Health has administered more than 17 million doses across the United States.
Target stores that have a CVS pharmacy are also offering a bonus for those who get vaccinated there: a $5 store coupon.
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Walmart and Sam's Club pharmacy locations are also offering walk-in vaccine appointments, in addition to scheduled appointments in all 308 locations across California, among 5,100 nationwide.
The company has also launched a Get Out The Vaccine campaign to encourage vaccination, including sending mobile clinics into communities and to events and gatherings.
You do not have to be a member of Sam's Club to receive a vaccination at the store pharmacy.