COVID-19 Vaccinations

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  • Proof of insurance or Medicare advantage plan
  • Medicare number (if applicable)

With the commercialization of the COVID vaccines, our pharmacy may not carry all brands of the COVID vaccine at any given time.  The CDC states the mRNA brands (Pfizer Comirnaty and Moderna Spikevax) can be interchangeable at this time, and our pharmacists have no specific brand preference.

Have additional questions?  Scroll down to see our most frequently asked questions about the vaccine schedule and eligibility.  If you question still isn't answered, visit our Contact Us page for other ways to find your answer!

Coronavirus Covid-19 Protection and Vaccine. Doctor drawing up solution from vaccine bottle and filling syringe injection for patient vaccination in medical clinic, Coronavirus in background

Currently offering:
(see Availability Notice below)

Moderna (Spikevax) - limited availability!
Pfizer (Comirnaty) - limited availability!

Availability Notice

Some of our pharmacists are highly recommending the newer Novavax vaccine due availability and a lower risk of side effects.  The Novavax vaccine has been formulated using a more "tried and true" technology that is similar to the technologies used in the pneumonia and hepatitis vaccines.

This website will be kept up to date with what brand(s) we are currently offering, but please note that due to the commercialization of the COVID-19 vaccine along with their high cost and the minimum order requirements that we are held to, Tomahawk Pharmacy will be moving to offering fewer brands of the COVID-19 vaccine. Pease continue to have patience with us as we navigate the ever-changing COVID vaccine landscape.

If you continue to have a strong brand preference to the brand that we don't currently carry, you will need to locate that brand at a different location.  We are no longer keeping wait lists for other brands, but you are encouraged to keep checking back to see if your preferred brand becomes available.  Again, we don't know if/when brand changes will occur.

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*What is Novavax?

The Novavax COVID‑19 Vaccine, Adjuvanted is a protein-based, non-mRNA vaccine for COVID‑19. It’s based on well-established technology that’s been used before in other vaccines, like those for the flu, hepatitis B, and whooping cough. Hundreds of thousands of doses of the original Novavax vaccine have been given to people in the US and in countries around the world to help protect them from COVID‑19. This may be a good option if you haven’t tolerated Pfizer or Moderna Covid-19 vaccines or if you want to obtain a vaccine utilizing traditional technology.

FAQ

What is Novavax?

The Novavax COVID‑19 Vaccine, Adjuvanted is a protein-based, non-mRNA vaccine for COVID‑19. It’s based on well-established technology that’s been used before in other vaccines, like those for the flu, hepatitis B, and whooping cough. Hundreds of thousands of doses of the original Novavax vaccine have been given to people in the US and in countries around the world to help protect them from COVID‑19. This may be a good option if you haven’t tolerated Pfizer or Moderna Covid-19 vaccines or if you want to obtain a vaccine utilizing traditional technology.

Am I eligible for the newest 2023-2024 COVID vaccine?

The CDC recommends everyone aged 5 years and older to receive 1 dose of the 2023-2024 COVID vaccine.  If you've received any previous COVID vaccines (of any brand), the newest vaccine should be administered at least 8 weeks (2 months) after your last COVID vaccine.

Do I still need my vaccination card?

No.  The CDC is no longer distributing COVID-19 vaccination records cards, and vaccinators are no longer required to complete them.  If you would like to keep your card as a personal record you may, but they no longer are required to be updated.

You are always able to obtain a record of the COVID-19 vaccinations you've received through the Wisconsin Immunization Registry website.

Can I get other vaccines at the same time?

Flu shots can be given in the same visit as COVID-19 vaccinations, if desired.  Our pharmacists recommend any other vaccines be separated from the COVID-19 vaccine by at least 2 weeks.  Speak with your doctor or pharmacist about your vaccination schedule!

What if I don't have insurance?

We are actively working on getting enrolled in a program to allow the uninsured to receive the COVID-19 vaccination at no cost, but until we are fully enrolled and able to use that program, cash payment would be required to receive the COVID-19 vaccination.