COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments

Please read the directions on this page and find the link that is appropriate for your vaccine request.

 

 

Effective February 1, 2022 - Due to the overwhelming demand and the need to provide a safe healthcare environment, COVID vaccinations are available in the afternoons only at this location. It is preferred that you schedule your appointment online using the links below. Walk in appointments are limited to availability.

Moderna COVID Bivalent Boosters are available at Pucci's Pharmacy beginning Tuesday 9/6/2022

Eligibility Criteria:

- You must have already completed the primary series with an approved COVID vaccine

- It must be at least 2 months since your most recent dose of COVID vaccine

- You must be 18 years of age or older to receive Moderna COVID Bivalent Booster vaccine

If you meet the above criteria, click here to schedule Moderna Bivalent Booster. 

 

Pfizer COVID Bivalent Boosters are available at Pucci's Pharmacy beginning Monday 9/12/2022

Eligibility Criteria:

- You must have already completed the primary series with an approved COVID vaccine

- It must be at least 2 months since your most recent dose of COVID vaccine

- You must be 12 years of age or older to receive Pfizer COVID Bivalent Booster vaccine

If you meet the above criteria, click here to schedule Pfizer Bivalent Booster. 

FDA has rescinded booster dose approval for the original Moderna 18+ and Pfizer 12+ COVID vaccines.

Please do not call, text, or email to ask to be scheduled. We expect the demand to be overwhelming and the staff in the store must remain focused on filling prescriptions and providing vaccinations safely. Thank you for your cooperation and your patience. 

You may have either Moderna OR Pfizer, regardless of which vaccinations you have received for previous booster dose. You may only have ONE BIVALENT BOOSTER DOSE. 

Those patients who have previously not received the primary doses of COVID vaccines will be required to receive 2 doses of Moderna COVID vaccine 28 days apart (the original monovalent formulation) or 2 doses of Pfizer COVID vaccine 21 days apart (the original monovalent formulation), and then they will be eligible for vaccination with the new bivalent booster 2 months after completing the primary series doses. 

HOMEBOUND COVID VACCINATIONS

Requests for COVID vaccinations for homebound patients should be emailed to miriam@puccirx.com. Please include your name, address, and a contact number in the email. Miriam will contact you to coordinate a home visit. 

When the scheduling application displays "We couldn't find any times close to your selection. Please try again a different day or time.", it is because we are fully booked at that time. As with most healthcare providers, we are operating with limited staffing resources, and we are not able to add you on to the already full schedule. Please do not call, text, or email to ask if you can be added on. We are unable to accommodate these requests while still safely providing pharmacy services. 

As of June 20, 2022, Moderna COVID vaccines for ages 6 months-5 years old are now fully approved for administration in California. Please click the link below to schedule your child's vaccination. Note that you need to choose the option "I am scheduling this appointment for: ONLY my children or dependents", then the consenting adult enters their information, followed by the child's information. 

NOTE THAT WE ARE NOW ABLE TO VACCINATE CHILDREN AGES 6 MONTHS AND OLDER AT PUCCI'S PHARMACY.

Click here to schedule an appointment for Moderna COVID Vaccine for 6 month-5 year olds. 

As of June 20, 2022, Pfizer COVID vaccines for ages 6 months-4 years old are now fully approved for administration in California. Please click the link below to schedule your child's vaccination. Note that you need to choose the option "I am scheduling this appointment for: ONLY my children or dependents", then the consenting adult enters their information, followed by the child's information. 

NOTE THAT WE ARE NOW ABLE TO VACCINATE CHILDREN AGES 6 MONTHS AND OLDER AT PUCCI'S PHARMACY.

Click here to schedule an appointment for Pfizer COVID Vaccine for 6 month-4 year olds. 

As of July 6, 2022, we now have Moderna COVID vaccines for ages 6-11 approved for administration in California. We will begin vaccinating ages 6-11 with the new Moderna COVID vaccine for ages 6-11 on July 6, 2022. Please click the link below to schedule your child's vaccination. Note that you need to choose the option "I am scheduling this appointment for: ONLY my children or dependents", then the consenting adult enters their information, followed by the child's information. 

Click here to schedule an appointment for Moderna COVID Vaccine for 6-11 year olds. 

As of November 3, 2021, Pfizer COVID vaccines for ages 5-11 are now fully approved for administration in California. We will begin vaccinating ages 5-11 on Tuesday November 9, 2021. Please click the link below to schedule your child's vaccination. Note that you need to choose the option "I am scheduling this appointment for: ONLY my children or dependents", then the consenting adult enters their information, followed by the child's information. BOOSTER doses are NOT approved for Moderna COVID Vaccine for 6-11 year olds. You may NOT switch to Moderna if you previously received 2 doses of Pfizer COVID vaccine for 5-11 year olds. 

As of May 19, 2022, Pfizer COVID vaccines for ages 5-11 booster doses are approved. Please click the link below to schedule your child's vaccination. Note that you need to choose the option "I am scheduling this appointment for: ONLY my children or dependents", then the consenting adult enters their information, followed by the child's information. 

Click here to schedule an appointment for Pfizer COVID Vaccine for 5-11 year olds. 

 

Janssen booster vaccines are recommended if you are 18 or over AND it has been at least 2 months since first dose of Janssen vaccine. No one may receive more than 2 doses of Janssen vaccine and then must switch to Pfizer or Moderna. 

 

You may switch between manufacturers. Please see the guidance for doing so on the CDPH FAQ link below. 

Click HERE to read the guidance provided by the California Department of Public Health on Friday October 22, 2021 regarding COVID vaccine boosters.

Those with moderately to severely compromised immune systems (see CDPH website below for criteria to be met) may schedule a Moderna or Pfizer booster vaccine now by clicking the link below for Moderna if Moderna vaccine was received previously, or Pfizer if Pfizer was received previously, AND it has been at least 28 days since your second vaccine was administered.

Click HERE to read the guidance provided by the California Department of Public Health regarding additional doses of Moderna or Pfizer COVID vaccines for moderate to severely immune compromised individuals. 

Click here to schedule an appointment for Janssen COVID Vaccine for ages 18 or older. 

This will be for Janssen (aka Johnson & Johnson) vaccine and you must be at least 18 years old to receive Janssen COVID vaccine. Janssen vaccine is now recommended as a 2 dose series, with at least 8 weeks between the first and second dose. You may NOT receive a third dose of Janssen vaccine. 

Moderna ORIGINAL vaccine. You must be at least 12 years old to receive Moderna ORIGINAL COVID vaccine.

If you are 12-17 years old, your parent or guardian must click the link and schedule for you. Your parent/guardian will be required to be present at the pharmacy to physically sign a paper consent form before you will be vaccinated. 

Second vaccine appointments (minimum 28 days later) may be scheduled from the link you receive in your email after the first vaccine is received. If you are getting Moderna as your booster dose, you must use the link at the top of this page for Moderna COVID Bivalent Boosters. Moderna COVID Original Vaccine is approved only for primary series doses for individuals who have not yet received ANY dose of an approved COVID vaccine. 

If you qualify, click here to schedule an appointment for Moderna ORIGINAL COVID Vaccine. 

Pfizer ORIGINAL COVID vaccine. You must be at least 12 years old to receive Pfizer ORIGINAL COVID vaccine. See the Pfizer 5-11 year old link above for 5-11 year olds.

If you are 12-17 years old, your parent or guardian must click the link and schedule for you. Your parent/guardian will be required to be present at the pharmacy to physically sign a paper consent form before you will be vaccinated. 

Second vaccine appointments (minimum 21 days later) may be scheduled from the link you receive in your email after the first vaccine is received. If you are getting Pfizer as your booster dose, you must use the link at the top of this page for Pfizer COVID Bivalent Boosters. Pfizer COVID Original Vaccine is approved only for primary series doses for individuals who have not yet received ANY dose of an approved COVID vaccine. 

If you qualify, click here to schedule an appointment for Pfizer ORIGINAL COVID Vaccine for ages 12 years or older. 

Novavax COVID vaccine is now available. You must be at least 12 years old to receive Novavax COVID vaccine. Novavax vaccine is now recommended as a 2 dose series, with at least 3 weeks between the first and second dose. Novavax is for Primary Series Vaccinations (previously unvaccinated individuals) ONLY. You may not receive Novavax as a booster dose if you have previously received Janssen, Moderna, or Pfizer. 

If you qualify, click here to schedule an appointment for Novavax COVID Vaccine for ages 12 or older.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Frequently Asked Questions:

The CDC has put together a very comprehensive page you can review for more information by clicking here. 

Q. Why are you asking for my insurance information?

A. Insurance companies are required by the federal government to reimburse pharmacies for providing COVID vaccines. Your insurance information will be used to obtain reimbursement from your insurance company. You may NOT pay out of pocket for a COVID vaccine. Private payment is prohibited by the contract each provider signed to be able to provide COVID vaccines.  

Q. What if I am uninsured?

A. COVID vaccines are provided to all persons, including those who are uninsured, at no charge. Please provide whatever documentation you have to verify your identity so that we may appropriately record your vaccination and submit it to the program for uninsured persons. A driver's license, state ID, passport, consular ID, or similar will be acceptable. 

Q. How will I schedule my appointment for the second dose of COVID vaccine?

A. As per CDC guidelines, there will be a minimum of 28 days from administration of your first Moderna COVID vaccine and a minimum of 21 days from administration of your first Pfizer COVID vaccine. As of the most recent guidance issued the second dose should be scheduled within 42 days of the first dose. If you are after 42 days, you should not re-start the vaccine series but should get your second dose as soon as possible. If you have further questions about this, please refer to the CDC Guidelines available by clicking here.