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Vitalis Pharmacy has received authorization to distribute the highly anticipated COVID-19 vaccines.

Since the FDA issued the first emergency authorization for the COVID-19 vaccines, DeliverIt Pharmacy has been preparing to administer vaccines to long-term care facilities and healthcare frontline workers, as authorized by the Center for Disease Control.

As the vaccine becomes more readily available throughout 2021, our facilities will be ready to distribute it in our stores to the general public.

In the meantime, we encourage you to social distance, wear a mask, and get tested regularly.

Thank you to the thousands of people who have worked tirelessly towards this vaccine and our very own DeliverIt Pharmacy team who have and will continue towards providing you and your family with the best care possible during this time.


To register for the COVID-19 vaccine waiting list, please go scroll to the bottom of this page and fill out the form based on your closest location.

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In accordance with the CDC and the State of Texas, only those belonging to the 1A and 1B categories are allowed to be vaccinated at this time.

  • Phase 1A : This group includes the following: Direct healthcare workers- Hospital, Long-Term Care, EMS 9-1-1, Home Health, Outpatient, ER/Urgent Care, Pharmacies, Last Responders, School Nurses, Residents and employees of long term care facilities

  • Phase 1B: This group includes the following: Persons 65+ or 16+ with at least one chronic medical condition, including the following

    • Cancer

    • Chronic Kidney Disease

    • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    • Heart Conditions, Coronary Artery Disease or Cardiomyopathies

    • Solid organ transplantation

    • Obesity and severe obesity (body mass index of 30 kg/m or higher)  

    • Pregnancy

    • Sickle-cell disease

    • Type 2 diabetes mellitus

No, you will not get COVID-19 from getting a vaccine. The vaccines are designed to have your body create copies of the virus’s blueprint and do not have any form of the virus within them.

Yes, you should! Until the CDC says otherwise, we are all encouraged to stop the spread by wearing masks, washing our hands frequently, and keeping our distance.