COVId-19 vaccine

**This information will be updated frequently as guidelines from the CDC and Department of Health change**  

To receive notification about updates to our Covid-19 vaccine availability as well as when appointments are available at Hartzell's Pharmacy, please complete the following request:

 

If you submitted a request on a previous form to be on our list there is no need to complete another request, you will automatically be included in the notification email.   

 

For those who have completed the request form, when the vaccine becomes available, you will receive an email that doses are available.   Please complete a request form for each person looking to receive a vaccine.  You will be required to qualify through a screening process to receive a vaccine appointment in the appropriate phase distribution per the Pennsylvania Department of Health guidelines.  Vaccine appointments will be fulfilled on a first come first serve basis for those in the indicated PA Department of Health phase when the notices are sent out.  If you do not meet DOH criteria your appointment may be cancelled.

 

Please note that completion of this form and receipt of the email notice does not guarantee a vaccine appointment will be available.  There is currently a high demand for vaccine appointments and when notices are sent out the appointments will fill up quickly.  

 

Please be patient with us as we continue to work to fight this pandemic together.  Vaccine supply for all Covid-19 vaccine providers depends on allocated provided by the government programs and supply is limited nationwide.  We appreciate your cooperation in not calling the pharmacy for vaccine updates so our team can focus on taking care of our normal pharmacy and medical equipment needs and getting vaccines out as fast as possible.  

What is COVID-19?

  • Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) results from infection with novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and manifests as respiratory illness in infected individuals.

  • COVID-19 is typically spread through respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs or sneezes. When these droplets are inhaled and deposited onto mucous membranes, other individuals become infected. COVID-19 can be spread whether an individual is symptomatic or asymptomatic which is why it is important to continue social distancing and mask wearing.

  • The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are: Fever, cough, headache, fatigue, muscle or body aches, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, nausea or diarrhea.  

  • COVID-19 can result in severe complications including: respiratory failure, organ damage, and death.

Where can I find information about the Pennsylvania COVID-19 Vaccine Program?

  • The Pennsylvania Department of Health has information about vaccine distribution.

  • Hartzell's Pharmacy is following the guidance provided by the PA Department of Health .  To see the Phased Approach click here.

Which vaccine is Hartzell's Pharmacy carrying?

  • Hartzell's is carrying the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.

Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Information

  • Click here for the Moderna Vaccine Fact Sheet.

  • Moderna requires 2 doses.  The second dose is given after 28 days from the first dose.

  • Register for the CDC V-safe after you receive the vaccine.  Learn more by clicking here.

All requests will be completed via our online forms per the defined distribution phase from the PA Department of Health. 

 

If you are an administrator of a Long Term Care Facility and you would like to inquire about COVID-19 vaccine for your residents and staff please email COVID@hartzells.com.

300 American St, Catasauqua, PA

Toll Free: 1-800-325-6856| P: 610-264-5471

F: 610-264-3048

Mon-Fri: 8:30am - 6pm | Sat: 9am-4pm | Sun: Closed

  • black circle facebook icon
  • black circle twitter icon

© 2021 Hartzell's Pharmacy

Privacy Policy | Notice of Privacy Practices

Website Created by GRX Marketing

The information provided on this website is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Please consult your healthcare provider with questions concerning any medical condition. While we try to update our content often, medical information changes rapidly. Therefore, some information may be out of date.