UPDATE- WE RECEIVED WORD THAT THE SHIPMENT OF COVID-19 VACCINES WE WERE EXPECTING TO RECEIVE THIS WEEK WERE
RE-ALLOCATED TO A DIFFERENT LOCATION. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE DELAY BUT WE HAVE NO CONTROL OVER THE DISTRIBUTION OF VACCINES.
Please be aware that Valley Pharmacy is registered on multiple lists to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
Vaccines are disseminated by the State of NJ and the CDC. We have no control over when or how many we will receive.
By registering you will be put on our waiting list. We will send you an email when it is time for you to schedule your appointment.
Unless you are unable to schedule an appointment online, there is no need to call the store.
New Jersey is rolling out COVID-19 vaccines step-by-step to serve all adults who live, work, or are being educated in the state. Currently, vaccines are available to the following groups: Healthcare Personnel (Phase 1A); Long-Term Care Residents and Staff (Phase 1A); First Responders (Phase 1B); Individuals at High Risk (Phase 1B). For more information visit the NJ Covid-19 Information Hub
The supply of COVID-19 vaccines are limited at first, so we are following recommendations from the local, state, and federal government to vaccinate priority groups first. We are registered with both the state and CDC and are receiving vaccines base on allocations from the state of NJ.
There are two vaccines authorized and recommended to prevent COVID-19. They are Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine and Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine. Both of these vaccines require 2 doses of the vaccine to be effective. These vaccines are not interchangeable and the two doses that you receive need to be from the same vaccine manufacturer. We cannot guarantee which vaccine we will be receiving.
The Covid-19 vaccine will be free to everyone. However, if you have insurance, we will collect your insurance information at the time of your appointment.
It is normal to have certain reactions after a vaccination: There may be redness, swelling or pain around the injection site. Fatigue, fever, headache and aching limbs are also not uncommon in the first three days after vaccination. These normal vaccine reactions are usually mild and subside after a few days. They show that the vaccine is working, because it stimulates the immune system and the body forms antibodies against the infection that is only "feigned" by the vaccination.. If you have questions or concerns, please contact your physician.