COVID-19 cases are rising in Arkansas among those who are unvaccinated due to the highly infectious delta variant. The virus is becoming more prevalent among children as they contract COVID-19 from unvaccinated peers and adults, sometimes from those in their household who have the disease but do not exhibit symptoms.
We urge every eligible Arkansan to take the COVID-19 vaccine immediately. Getting your COVID-19 vaccine now is the safest and most effective thing you can do to protect your children, your family, yourself and our communities. For those of you who are waiting to see if the vaccine is safe and effective before choosing to make your appointment, now is the time.
Below, you’ll find options to book your vaccination appointment. We encourage you to find the location that is closest and most convenient for you. If you have concerns, we encourage you to talk to your primary care physician or trusted provider.
We understand you may have questions about vaccine options, and we’re here to help you with the information you need to make that important decision so you can protect your children.Read FAQs
Children across Arkansas are born and raised in all types of family and community environments. A child's surroundings significantly influence their physical, mental and behavioral health during their lifetime. As the leading healthcare advocate for children in the state, Arkansas Children's takes a whole-child approach to wellness. We are committed to partnerships that build healthy neighborhoods and help eliminate negative childhood experiences like food insecurity.
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