COVID-19 Vaccines

The Incident Management Team has gathered information and resources to help you understand the COVID-19 vaccines available in Sheridan County.


Booster shots

Get the latest information on available booster shots and use recommendations from the CDC.

To schedule a booster shot, see who is providing them under “Where to get the vaccine” below.


Where to get the vaccine

Sheridan Memorial Hospital is no longer providing COVID-19 vaccinations.

Sheridan County Public Health is administering the Moderna, Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. Schedule an appointment by calling (307) 672-5169.

Local pharmacies providing COVID-19 vaccinations:

  • Albertson’s OSCO pharmacy: (307) 672-8908 (Moderna and Pfizer vaccines)
  • Hospital Pharmacy West: (307) 673-3188 (Moderna, Pfizer & Johnson & Johnson vaccines)
  • Walgreens: (307) 674-1936 (Moderna vaccine)
  • Walmart: (307) 674-7417 (Moderna & Pfizer vaccines)

To find a COVID-19 vaccine appointment at any local pharmacy, visit vaccinefinder.org.

Sheridan VA Medical Center is administering vaccines to Veterans. Learn more on the Sheridan VA Medical Center website.


Prepare for your appointment

How to prepare:

  • Review vaccine overviews & safety information:
  • Attend your appointment on-time, as scheduled. If for any reason you cannot attend you appointment, let the facility know ASAP.

What to bring:

  • Your medical insurance card/information (if you have insurance)
  • Your COVID-19 vaccination card (provided after your first dose)
  • You may be asked to present your driver’s license or an ID depending on which facility you receive your vaccine from.

After your 1st vaccine appointment:

  • You will receive a vaccination card documenting the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine you received.
  • Sign up for v-safe – a free, smartphone-based tool that uses text messaging and web surveys to provide personalized health check-ins after you receive a COVID-19 vaccination. V-safe also reminds you to get your second dose. Learn more at www.cdc.gov/vsafe.
  • If you experience a side effect, please note is a sign that your body is building protection. Learn about the common side effects and tips on how to ease their discomfort on the CDC’s website.
  • Continue practicing social distancing, wearing a face covering, washing your hands and other COVID-19 precautions. It takes time for your body to build protection after any vaccination. COVID-19 vaccines that require 2 shots may not protect you until a week or two after your second shot.

About the vaccines

There are three approved COVID-19 vaccines:

Pfizer-BioNTech
Fact sheet for recipients and caregivers

Moderna
Fact sheet for recipients and caregivers

Janssen (from Johnson & Johnson)
Fact sheet for recipients and caregivers

Learn more about vaccines for children and teens.

Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines.

There is a lot of information available about the COVID-19 vaccines. Below are links to get more information about the COVID-19 vaccines from the CDC: