LIST: COVID-19 vaccination sites, pop-up clinics in Southern Nevada

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LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The pandemic is not over, and local health officials are urging Southern Nevadans to continue to take steps to protect themselves and others, including getting fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Individuals ages 12 and older are eligible to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

If you are looking to schedule an appointment, CLICK HERE, then follow the step-by-step instructions on each screen.

Vaccination efforts are ramping up across Southern Nevada, with a mix of large sites and pop-up clinics being offered to make the process easier and accessible for residents.

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VACCINATION SITES

(Scroll down for pharmacy vaccination details and a list of pop-up sites)

  1. UMC Advanced Center for Health
  • LOCATION: 2231 W. Charleston Boulevard
  • OPERATING: Monday – Friday
  • ELIGIBLE: Nevadans 12 and older
  • NOTE: This site replaced the vaccination site at Encore Las Vegas
  • Click here to make an appointment

2. College of Southern Nevada (NLV and Charleston Blvd campuses)

  • NOTE: This clinic will operate from June 22 to July 19
  • LOCATIONS: CSN North Las Vegas (3200 E. Cheyenne Avenue) AND CSN Charleston (6375 W. Charleston Boulevard)
  • OPERATING: Tuesday – Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

3. Southern Nevada Health District

4. UNLV Main Campus, Student Union

5. Galleria at Sunset (Henderson)

  • LOCATION: Galleria at Sunset shopping mall
    • Near Kohl’s, located at 1300 W. Sunset Road
  • OPERATING: Tuesday – Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (July 7 – August 14)
  • ELIGIBLE: Nevadans 12 and older
  • Click here to make an appointment
    • For scheduling assistance, call the hotline at (702) 267-INFO (4636)

6. Asian Community Development Council

7. VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System

  • CALL (702) 791-9185 or text “VACCINE” to 533079 to book an appointment

8. Nellis Air Force Base

9. North Las Vegas VA Medical Center

  • LOCATION: 6900 N. Pecos Road, North Las Vegas
  • OPERATING: Monday – Friday
  • ELIGIBLE: Enrolled Veterans (no age restrictions)
  • No appointment necessary

10. Boulder City Hospital

11. Laughlin

  • CALL (702) 298-2214 for information

12. Mesquite

  • Call (702) 346-8446 for information

NEVADA PHARMACIES

SHORT-TERM “POP-UP” VACCINATION SITES

(Arranged by date, no appointments necessary for most of these community clinics, if an appointment is required or preferred it will be stated.)

EVERY WEDNESDAY (STARTING JUNE 30)

  • Clark County Fire Station 18 (575 E. Flamingo Road) will host a free, walk-in COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Wednesdays from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
    • No appointment needed
    • All three vaccines will be offered: Pfizer (2 doses), Moderna (2 doses), Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen (one dose)
    • It will be located in a first-floor conference room near the main lobby

Aug. 3

  • Clark County Fire Station 16 (6131 East Washington Avenue, east of Christy Lane); 10 a.m. to noon
    • Open to general public, ages 12 and up for the Pfizer vaccine, ages 18 and up for Janssen

For a list of more vaccine sites, click here.

SCHOOL-BASED VACCINE CLINICS

The Southern Nevada Health District is hosting school-based COVID-19 vaccine clinics at several schools throughout the Las Vegas valley. The clinics are available to Southern Nevadans age 12 and older. The health district encourages people to bring their eligible family members to receive the vaccine. Registration for appointments is available at www.snhd.info/covid-vaccine. Walk-ins may be accepted depending on clinic capacity.

CLINIC SCHEDULE:

Tuesday, August 3 and Wednesday, August 4, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

(Back-to-school vaccines-Tdap, meningococcal and HPV vaccines are available for children age 12 and older. No appointment is needed)

  • Brinley Middle School, 2480 Maverick St., Las Vegas, 89108
  • Monaco Middle School, 1870 N. Lamont St., Las Vegas, 89115

Thursday, August 5 and Friday, August 6

(Back-to-school vaccines-Tdap, meningococcal and HPV vaccines are available for children age 12 and older. No appointment is needed)

  • Canarelli Middle School, 7808 Torrey Pines Dr., Las Vegas 89139, 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Woodbury Middle School, 3875 E. Harmon Ave., Las Vegas 89121, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Tuesday, August 10 and Wednesday, August 11, 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.

(Back-to-school vaccines-Tdap, meningococcal and HPV vaccines are available for children age 12 and older. No appointment is needed)

  • Becker Middle School, 9151 Pinewood Hills Dr., Las Vegas 89134
  • Findlay Middle School, 5855 Lawrence St., North Las Vegas, 89081

Thursday, August 12 and Friday, August 13, 4 p.m.- 6 p.m.

(Back-to-school vaccines-Tdap, meningococcal and HPV vaccines are available for children age 12 and older. No appointment is needed)

  • Faiss Middle School, 9525 W. Maule Ave., Las Vegas, 89148
  • Schofield Middle School, 8625 S. Spencer, Las Vegas 89123

For more information on prioritization and eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccination, you can review the Nevada COVID-19 Playbook V3.

Nevadans 16 years and older can schedule a vaccine starting April 5

Vaccine Call Center

Nevada has set up a call center to help those with questions about the vaccine and vaccination process. The number is: 1-800-401-0946. It is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.


The SNHD’s Moderna vaccines were first administered the week of Jan. 4 and Pfizer’s the week of Jan. 18. The second dose may be administered after 28 days for Moderna, and 21 days for Pfizer. The health district recommends getting the second dose as close to the above intervals as possible, but you can receive it up until six weeks after.

What to bring to your vaccine appointment

Every individual eligible to receive the vaccine must make an appointment. Appointments may be limited. More dates and times are being added, and everyone who wants the vaccine will be able to get it, the health district notes on its website.

Proof of employment as well as a photo ID and proof of residency should be brought to your appointment, SNHD states on its website.

RTC routes to vaccination sites

Seniors who might need a vaccine but don’t have transportation can use the the RTC bus system, or if they need special assistance, the RTC’s paratransit system.

CLICK HERE to see the current list of vaccination clinic sites with designated service routes.

COVID-19 TESTING

Click HERE to see COVID-19 testing events in Southern Nevada

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