Get Your COVID-19 Vaccine at Lewis Drug
The COVID-19 vaccine is available at most Lewis Drug locations. We have worked diligently to care for our customers through the COVID-19 pandemic, and we will continue to do so. Our pharmacists are always happy to answer your questions about the vaccine and the virus. Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine from your state's Department of Health: South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa.
What to Bring to Your COVID-19 Vaccination:
- Commercial Insurance card or Medicare Red, White and Blue card. There is no charge to the patient for this vaccine, insured or uninsured.
- Photo ID
- A mask
- Allow 15 minutes (in some cases 30 minutes) to be observed after your shot.
Download the Covid Vaccination Consent & Record Form
Frequently Asked Questions
What COVID-19 vaccine does Lewis offer?
Currently, Lewis offers the following COVID-19 vaccines available in the U.S.: Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson. Pediatric COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 3 years - 11 years are available only at SELECT Lewis Drug pharmacies. The Pediatric Moderna COVID-19 vaccine will be available for ages 3 to 5 and the Pfizer Pediatric COVID-19 vaccine will be available for ages 5 to 11. For specific availability, please call your preferred Lewis Drug location, visit the Lewis Drug website (www.lewisdrug.com) to see specific store information or you can visit the vaccines.gov webpage to search for availability at your local Lewis.
Do I need a booster dose?
Current CDC guidelines suggest that individuals age 5 and up should receive a booster dose of COVID vaccine. Patients may receive a booster if they have completed their initial COVID series at least 5 months prior. Currently the CDC recommends a second booster dose of a mRNA COVID19 vaccine, to those immunocompromised individuals aged 12 and older or those aged 50 years and older if you have received your first booster dose at least 4 months prior.
Per the CDC , you are up to date with your COVID-19 vaccine when you receive all doses in the primary series and all boosters recommended for you, when eligible
Which booster dose is right for me?
Regardless which type of vaccine you received for your initial COVID-19 vaccination series, if you are ages 18+, you may ‘mix and match’ either Pfizer or Moderna vaccines as a booster dose. The CDC has updated its recommendations for COVID-19 vaccines with a preference for people to receive an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine (Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna) as their booster dose. Ask your local Lewis Drug pharmacist for details regarding each manufacturer.
Is the COVID-19 vaccine free?
Yes, it is free. There is no cost to you, insured or uninsured, to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
Who is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine?
Update as of 6/17/22: The FDA and CDC have approved Pediatric COVID-19 vaccines for children 6 months of age or older. Pharmacists at Lewis Drug pharmacy locations are authorized by the PrepAct to administer vaccinations for patients ages 3 years and older. Patients younger than 3 years of age should visit their pediatrician or health care provider to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Per new approvals (6/23/2022), there is now a vaccine that is approved for those aged 6 months and older. Please speak with your pharmacist or health care provider to determine what vaccine/dose is right for you or your loved one. Children under the age of 18 will need parent/guardian authorization and they must be present at the vaccination.
Do I need an appointment?
Most of our locations welcome walk-ins between 10am and 4pm; however scheduling an appointment may be beneficial to decrease your wait time. If you would like to schedule an appointment or confirm specific manufacturer availability at your local Lewis, please call and speak with an associate.
Which Lewis locations are offering the COVID-19 Vaccine?
All but a select few are offering the vaccination. Before you go, call your pharmacy for availability or check the vaccine.gov website to confirm.
Please note, Lewis Drug updates this website as information is released, if differing information is noted, please refer to CDC guidelines and recommendations at cdc.gov
Site updated June 24, 2022