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COVID -19 Vaccinations

Due to inclement weather, the COVID vaccinations planned by OPH for for this Friday will be deferred to Tuesday, February 23, 2021.  

Please consult as well.

The schedule for second doses the times and locations will remain the same (with the change of date only).

 *TIER 1 was expanded to include those 65 and above, law enforcement and first responders, poll workers and those who work in pharmacies and funeral homes.

COVID -19 Vaccinations Schedule Week 2/22-2/26


ParishLocationLocation AddressVaccination DateScheduling InfoAppt TimesLinkBrand
AvoyellesAvoyelles Parish Health Unit 657 Government St., MarksvilleMonday through Friday 2/22 - 2/26Intergydaily apptscontact HU @ 318-253-4528Moderna
CatahoulaNational Guard Armory610 Dorothy Dr., JonesvilleWednesday, 2/24 Previously Scheduled9a - 12p2nd Doses Only; for individuals who received 1st dose on 01/20 and 01/27Moderna
ConcordiaConcordia Parish Health Unit905 Mickey Gilley Ave, FerridayWednesday through Friday 2/24 - 2/26Intergydaily apptscontact HU @ 318-757-8632Moderna
GrantGrant Parish Civic Center420 Richardson Dr., ColfaxFriday, 02/26Previously Scheduled9a - 12p2nd Doses Only; for individuals who received 1st dose on 02/05Pfizer
LaSalleFellowship Baptist Chursh487 Fellowship Road, TroutFriday, 02/26Previously Scheduled9a-12p2nd Doses Onlys; for individuals who received 1st dose on 02/05Pfizer
RapidesRapides Parish Sheriff's Office700 Murray St, AlexandriaMonday, 02/22Previously Scheduled9a - 12p2nd Doses only; for staff who received 1st dose on 01/27Pfizer
RapidesRapides Parish Coliseum5600 Coliseum BlvdTuesday, 02/23Previously Scheduled9a - 2pm2nd Doses Only; for individuals who received 1st dose on 01/28, 01/29, and 02/02Pfizer
RapidesRapides Parish Coliseum5600 Coliseum BlvdThursday, 02/25Previously Scheduled9a - 3pm2nd Doses Only; for individuals who received 1st dose on 02/04 and 02/05Pfizer
Vernon Vernon Parish Health Unit406 Fertitta Blvd, LeesvilleMonday through Friday 2/22 - 2/26Intergydaily apptscontact HU @ 337-238-6410Moderna
Vernon Vernon Parish Sheriff's Office1203 S 4th St, LeesvilleMonday, 02/22Previously Scheduled9a - 11a2nd Doses Only; for individuals who received 1st dose on 01/27Pfizer
WinnFirst Assembly of God Church 5693 Hwy 167N, WinnfieldWednesday, 2/24 Previously Scheduled9a - 12p2nd Doses Only; for individuals who received 1st dose on 02/03Pfizer


Health Department: 209 vaccine providers in all 64 parishes will receive COVID vaccine this week

102 providers, 13 parishes added since last week

This week 209 vaccine providers across the state will receive very limited doses of COVID vaccine.

These 209 providers – including 87 chain pharmacies, 93 independent pharmacies, 20 federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), and an additional 9 healthcare sites – represent all nine public health regions and 64 parishes of the state. This is an increase of 102 providers that eligible residents can access since last week.


While the state was able to resupply the initial 107 pharmacies that received COVID vaccine doses last week, future distribution is dependent on vaccine made available to the state, among other factors. To stress, there is no guarantee that providers receiving vaccine this week will receive vaccine in the future. 





·    Persons 65 and older

·    Dialysis providers and patients

·    Ambulatory and outpatient providers and staff

o  Behavioral health providers and staff

o  Urgent care clinic providers and staff

o  Community care providers and staff

o  Dental providers and staff

·    Professional home care providers (including hospice workers) and home care recipients (including older and younger people with disabilities over the age of 16 who receive community or home-based care, as well as clients of home health agencies)

·    American Sign Language (ASL) and foreign language interpreters and Support Service Providers (SSPs) working in community and clinic-based settings, and clients who are both deaf and blind

·    Health-related support personnel (lab staff, mortuary staff who have contact with corpses, pharmacy staff)

·    Schools of allied health students, residents and staff

·    Law enforcement and other first responders

·    Louisiana Unified Command Group

·    State and local essential COVID emergency response personnel

·    Some elections staff ahead of March elections

Participating providers must make available vaccine available to anyone who is eligible. Failure to do so will inform future decisions about distribution.   


LDH has published the list of participating providers, along with their locations and contact information, on its website:


Eligible residents must contact a participating provider and make an appointment with them. Patients who arrive without an appointment will not be vaccinated. Do not arrive at a location without an appointment. LDH cannot make appointments for patients; only providers can.

The Louisiana Department of Health is coordinating the COVID-19 vaccine distribution effort in Louisiana. As more vaccines become available from the CDC, more individuals and groups will be offered a vaccination.

We want everyone to have the opportunity to get vaccinated against COVID. We are confident that COVID-19 vaccines will be a critical tool in ultimately ending the pandemic.


REGION VI COVID -19 Vaccinating Pharmacies

*Must call pharmacy for an appointment

Avoyelles Parish

Sentry Drugs of Marksville @ Don’s Pharmasave

134 Rue Medecine St., Marksville, LA           



Concordia Parish

Books Pharmacy

1158 Logan Sewell Dr. Vidalia, LA



Rapides Parish

Sav-On Pharmacy @ Super 1 Foods

604 MacArthur Dr., Alexandria, LA



Safeway Pharmacy @ Albertsons

2265 S MacArthur Dr. Alexandria, LA



Holloway Pharmacy

12805 Hwy 28E Suite A  Pineville, LA



Vernon Parish


2008 S 5th St., Leesville, LA