Covid-19 Vaccine

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Hometown Pharmacy is prepared to play an impactful role in administering the COVID-19 vaccination. We are determined and grateful to be able to provide hope for health care workers, residents of long-term care facilities, as well as to the general public. Out pharmacists give thousands of shots a year, and they are trained under strict, up-to-date guidelines to be able to administer vaccines. 

Scheduling Your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment

To schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment please call your local Hometown Pharmacy. If you would like to save time when visiting the pharmacy, you may download and print off our COVID-19 VAR Form below and bring it with you prior to your scheduled appointment:

The following locations listed below also offer an online scheduling option, if you wish to utilize this option please click on a link below:

Beaver Dam

Scheduling: To schedule an appointment please - Click Here


Scheduling: To schedule an appointment please - Click Here

Cuba City

Scheduling: To schedule an appointment please - Click Here

COVID-19 Vaccinations For Employers

Hometown Pharmacy is working towards herd immunity! We are currently gathering interest from businesses that are looking to procure vaccines for their employees! Please complete the form in the link below, and we will be in contact with you!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Hometown Pharmacy's role in administering the COVID-19 vaccine?

Hometown Pharmacy will administer the vaccine once we are allocated doses to people who are eligible as determined by federal and state governments.

When will vaccines be available at Hometown Pharmacy for everyone?

Timing will depend on when we receive an allocation from the federal and state government as well as phased eligibility. It is difficult to forecast when we will receive the vaccines. Stores and clubs will receive the vaccine at different times in different locations. Some stores have already starting receiving the vaccines this week!

Who is prioritized to receive the vaccine?

The Centers for Disease Control’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) will provide guidance to assist states as they prioritize vaccine distribution. The ACIP makes the recommendation that states can choose to follow or determine their own priorities for patient eligibility. You can find current ACIP recommendations here.

Is the vaccine safe?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration decides to authorize vaccines based on the safety and efficacy of each vaccine. The FDA issued an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine, and shipments of the vaccine are being sent to states. You can find more information from the FDA on the COVID-19 vaccine here.

Which COVID-19 vaccines do Hometown Pharmacy offer?

We will offer only FDA-authorized vaccines allocated by the government.

Does Hometown Pharmacy require special training for pharmacists ?

In addition to the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) and the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) immunization training, all of our pharmacists will receive specific training on the vaccines they are administering.

How many vaccines does Hometown Pharmacy plan to administer?

We will administer as much vaccine as the state allocates to our pharmacies. That allocation is determined by the states.

Will the federal government provide the vaccine to you?

Yes, all vaccines are being provided by the federal government or allocated from state supply.

Is there a cost to the vaccine? If so, what is the price?

The federal government is providing the vaccine at no cost.

What are other ways I can support my immune system while I am waiting for the vaccine?

  • Vitamin D Supplementation
  • Washing Hands Regularly
  • Social Distancing 
  • Wearing a Mask
  • Getting Enough Sleep
  • Regular Body Movement
  • A Healthy Diet

Cuba City:

  • Schedule an Appointment: HERE
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