COVID-19 Vaccine Availability
COVID-19 vaccine candidates are being offered through an Emergency Use Authorization by the Food and Drug Administration. The vaccine is being administered in phases to DoD uniformed service members, both the active and Selected Reserve components, including members of the National Guard; dependents; retirees; civilian employees, and selected DoD contract personnel as authorized in accordance with DoD regulation.
The vaccine is being offered on a voluntary basis, but priority populations are highly encouraged to get it. Getting the COVID-19 vaccine protects yourself, your family, your community and our nation.
To learn more about the phased plan and DoD priorities, visit: www.health.mil/COVIDVaccine
Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine
Reynolds Army Health Clinic has received a limited quantity of the COVID-19 vaccine and we have begun administering the vaccine systematically to priority populations as identified by the Department of Defense in three phases.
Phase 1a is ongoing and focused on healthcare workers and first responders.
When we are ready for the next phase (Phase 1b) we will make sure to let the Fort Sill community know. In the meantime, please continue to follow our page and the TRICARE page for up-to-date information
The Immunization Clinic staff is happy to provide our beneficiaries with all their immunization requirements. Whenever an immunization is given, the patient must be observed for 20 minutes before they are released.
Therefore the last immunization will be administered at 3:30 p.m. Flu shots will be issued when the vaccine becomes available. Please bring patient’s yellow shot record and ID card. Allergy shots are administered only to beneficiaries whose PCM is at Reynolds. Walk-in services are available on a first come, first served basis.
As with immunizations, the patient must be observed for 20 minutes after administration of an allergy shot. Schools age shots are typically given from the middle of June to the middle of August. The child’s shot records and/or any documentation of shots/immunizations is required. The child’s medical record is not required.