Where to Get Your VaccineCOVID-19 vaccines are available by appointment only through Renown Pharmacy. Login to MyChart to schedule an appointment.
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Booster Update: September 15, 2022Renown Pharmacy now has the updated COVID-19 vaccine booster, also known as the bivalent vaccine. Appointments to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at our pharmacy can be made through MyChart. If you have already received a COVID-19 booster, as well as completed the primary doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, you are eligible to receive the bivalent vaccine.
We continue to support our healthcare colleagues who offer vaccines and encourage you to find a vaccination site near you:
- Find COVID-19 vaccination sites near you.
- Call 800-232-0233 to schedule an appointment
- Text your ZIP code to 438829
- Many local retailers have vaccine appointments available, including Walmart, Costco, CVS, Save Mart, Walgreens, Sam’s Club, and Smith’s Pharmacy.
Get the Vax FactsThere is a lot of information our there about COVID-19 vaccines, and some of it may be confusing. To help clear things up, we're presenting a few simple vaccination facts.
"Effective" means effective!
Vaccines with high "efficacy rates" better protect people from become seriously ill with the virus. All three vaccines that are currently being distributed in the U.S. are considered highly effective at preventing COVID-19. Learn more about vaccine effectiveness here.
The vaccine can't give you COVID-19.
Authorized vaccines do not contain the live virus and cannot give you COVID-19. The three vaccines currently in use are designed to help you body recognize and fight off COVID-19, without the use of a live virus. Learn more about the advanced technology behind the Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccines here.
To be "fully vaccinated" takes 2 weeks.
The CDC considers people fully vaccinated two weeks after the final dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. You should continue to take precautions after you have received your vaccines, such as practicing social distancing and wearing a mask. Learn more about guidelines for those fully vaccinated here.
Herd immunity starts with all of us.
Experts estimate that 80 to 85% of us need to be vaccinated in order to achieve herd immunity. There are now three different vaccines that are recommended to prevent COVID-19: Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson's Janssen. Learn more about these vaccines here.
The vaccine won't alter your DNA.
Approved COVID-19 vaccines help your body fight the virus - but will not affect your DNA. Vaccines teach the body's immune system how to identify and fight off infections caused by viruses. Learn more about how vaccines work here.
Side effects, if any, are typically mild.
Injection site soreness and mild flu-like symptoms may occur after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Side effects are normal after a vaccine, and are an indication that the body is building protection. Learn more about what to expect after your vaccination here.
Sign up for the COVID Trace AppCOVID Trace is a contact tracing mobile app developed by the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services that uses a technology called the Exposure Notifications System from Google and Apple. The app exchanges anonymous information with other phones in your vicinity and can notify you if you've come in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. See more here.
Need Proof of Your COVID-19 Vaccination?
If you received your COVID-19 vaccinations through Renown, you can find proof of vaccination on Nevada's WebIZ portal in your vaccination record.Find Your Immunization Record
Have more questions or concerns about the COVID-19 vaccine? Learn more from community members and experts about why they chose to receive the COVID-19 vaccination.
Respiratory syncytial virus, also known as RSV, is a common respiratory virus that impacts the lungs and breathing pathways. The virus can be dangerous for infants and young children and is also concerning for older adults.
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, there are more than 20 million estimated new sexually transmitted infection (STI) cases in the United States each year, with rates continuing to increase.