Publix announced it would begin accepting walk-in customers for COVID-19 vaccinations on Friday.
According to a release, anyone who wants to get either the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine can walk into a Publix Pharmacy location starting Monday, May 10, without an appointment, while supplies last.
The announcement comes after President Biden outlined the next stage of the U.S.'s COVID-19 vaccination distribution plan, which includes a plan that prioritizes walk-in appointments at local pharmacies and pop-up clinics.
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Appointments will still be available for those who prefer them and can be made through the online reservation system at publix.com/covidvaccine.