Walgreens launches coast-to-coast mobile bus clinic tour

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DEERFIELD, Ill. – Ensuring the equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines has been a priority of Walgreens since the start of the pandemic. That commitment kicked off a multi-city tour by way of a mobile clinic that made its first stop in Washington, D.C. on May 15 with a mobile clinic bus capable of vaccinating up to six patients at a time.

May 15, 2021 – Walgreens Boots Alliance mobile covid-19 vaccination clinic in Washington, DC

To date, Walgreens has hosted more than 800 offsite clinics in medically underserved areas primarily at churches and community centers. On May 3, Walgreens announced the launch of multiple mobile clinics, starting with a mobile trailer that continues to make stops throughout Chicago. The mobile bus clinic will offer walk-up vaccinations cross-country, making stops city-to-city from now through early July.

The tentative COVID-19 vaccination bus tour is as follows:

  • Washington, D.C. – May 15-16
  • Atlanta – May 22-24
  • Louisville, KY – May 27
  • Detroit – May 29-30
  • Cincinnati – June 1
  • New Orleans – June 5-6
  • Baton Rouge – June 7
  • Monroe, LA – June 8-9
  • Houston – June 11
  • Corpus Christi, TX – June 12-13
  • McAllen, TX – June 14
  • Albuquerque, NM – June 18-19
  • Phoenix – June 22
  • Los Angeles – June 24-27
  • Oakland, CA – June 29
  • Eugene, OR – July 2
  • Salem, OR – July 3
  • Portland, OR – July 5

Mobile clinic tour dates and cities are subject to change. Information about tour stops and walk-up clinic times will be promoted in local markets. Please follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Walgreens/, Instagram @walgreensand Twitter @walgreens. Follow the bus route online via this live GPS feed.

Walgreens launched same-day and walk-in appointments in stores the week of May 5. Individuals can continue scheduling appointments based on availability in their area, through Walgreens.com/ScheduleVaccine or calling 1-800-Walgreens with options in both English and Spanish.

Walgreens began administering COVID-19 vaccinations as part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Pharmacy Partnership for Long-Term Care Program on Dec. 21, which is now complete. The company has administered more than 17 million vaccinations to date and continues to expand vaccine efforts according to state and federal jurisdiction distribution plans.


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