Express Rx to Provide COVID-19 Vaccines to Rural and Urban Healthcare Workers
Will Administer Shots at Cabot, Heber Springs, Hope, Little Rock, Paris and Prescott Stores
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Jan. 5, 2021) –Express Rx is providing COVID-19 vaccines to frontline healthcare workers in rural and urban locations across Arkansas. Depending on the store, pharmacists will administer either the Pfizer BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 shots.
“Our pharmacists are proud to help meet the urgent need for a safe, efficient and effective COVID-19 vaccination program,” said Galen Perkins, CEO of Express Rx. “We look forward to expanding our offerings to additional state residents, as soon as allowed by the Arkansas Department of Health.”
Under current guidelines, vaccines are available to individuals on the 1A priority list. Those eligible to receive the vaccine are asked to sign up for the waitlist at expressrx.net/covid-19-waiting-list-registration. Express Rx pharmacists are also available for on-site appointments for large groups at healthcare facilities, clinics, fire stations and other entities on the 1A priority list. To schedule on-site vaccinations, interested parties are asked to call and speak with the pharmacist at their nearest Express Rx location. Seniors and the general public may also sign up for the waiting list to be notified when guidelines allow expanded vaccine doses.
About Express Rx
Based in Little Rock, Arkansas, Express Rx combines care, compassion and professionalism to give customers the most comprehensive and personal pharmacy experience possible. Since it opened its first location in 2013, Express Rx has expanded to 30 locations across eight Southeastern U.S. states. For additional information, visit expressrx.net.