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Do You Want The COVID-19 Vaccine?

Do you want the COVID-19 vaccine?

If you are 12 or older and interested in receiving the Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine COVID-19 vaccine, please sign up below. The COVID-19 vaccine is available to ANYONE, aged 12 and older. You do not have to be Native American to sign up.



Due to limited inventory, appointment slots will only be available for scheduling on a week-by-week basis. You must have an appointment in order to receive the vaccine. If all spots are full, please check the link on Wednesdays at 9 am for updated availability. The PFIZER-BioNTech vaccine is available to all community members 12 years and older regardless of OKCIC patient status. For charting purposes, if you are a patient, please provide your chart number. If you are Native American, we ask that you create a chart under the appointments tab before getting the vaccine. If you have issues scheduling your appointment, please call the pharmacy at (405) 595-3100, option 2.

Please do the following before/during your appointment:

  1. Wear a mask during your vaccine appointment.
  2. Review the information on the signup website.
  3. Fill out the forms before your appointment.
  4. There will be an observation for 15 minutes. If you have had a prior vaccine reaction, you will be asked to wait for 30 minutes.

COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ

I’m not a patient, can I get the vaccine?
Yes, the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is available to the general public to people aged 12 and older. Patients, for charting purposed, please provide your chart number when registering.
Who can get the COVID-19 vaccine at OKCIC?

The general public 12 years old or up is now eligible for the Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine.

What if I don’t have access to the Internet or a mobile device?

If you can’t access the sign-up link on the Internet, or need assistance scheduling an appointment, please call the Pharmacy at (405) 595-3100 option 2.




Can I schedule an appointment for multiple people in my household at the same time?

Multiple appointments must be scheduled separately based on availability. Each person being scheduled for an appointment must be 12 years old or up.

How do I check for available appointments each week?

The system will be updated with new appointment slots every Wednesday morning by 9:00 a.m. for the following week. The number of appointments will depend on the vaccine supply received weekly at OKCIC.

There is also a “stand-by” process where you can check to see if there are any available doses on a given day due to appointment cancellations. To do this, you can call the Pharmacy at (405) 595-3100 option 2 at 2:00 p.m.

There is currently a high demand for the vaccine, and we anticipate appointment slots will fill up quickly. If you’re having trouble finding available appointments, we encourage you to check back weekly on Wednesdays.

If I schedule an appointment, will I receive a confirmation email?

An email confirming your vaccine appointment will be sent to you within 48 hours if you included an active email account when you scheduled it.

What happens if I need to cancel or reschedule my appointment?

You can cancel an appointment by calling the Pharmacy at (405) 595-3100 option 2.

What happens if I am late or miss my appointment?

If you are more than 15 minutes late for or miss your appointment, you will be a “no-show” and will have to schedule another appointment using the sign-up link.




How do I know when to get my second dose?

The pharmacy will schedule you for your second dose during your first dose appointment.

Are there side effects to the COVID-19 vaccine?

As with all vaccines and medicines, there are chances of side effects. You may have redness, swelling and pain at the site on your arm where the vaccine was given. You may also have fever, headache, muscle aches, joint pain, tiredness and not feeling well.

If I had COVID-19 already, do I still need to get the vaccine?

Since this virus is new, it is unclear how long protection lasts after having infection. It is recommended for you to get the vaccine after you have recovered from the infection to further protect yourself and others.

Can I still spread COVID-19 virus once I get the vaccine?

Since this vaccine is new, it is unclear whether you may still be able to spread the COVID-19 virus to others even after you are vaccinated. It is important that you continue to wear a mask, wash your hands and watch your distance to protect others.

If I received my first dose from the state or elsewhere, can I get the second dose from OKCIC?

No, the first and second doses need to come from OKCIC only.

If I received the Pfizer vaccine, can I get second dose of the Moderna vaccine? Or vice versa?

No. The manufacturer needs to stay the same for the first and second dose. There have been no studies on mixing vaccine manufacturers.


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