907-743-6600 info@anchorageprojectaccess.org 2401 East 42nd Ave Ste 104, Anchorage, Alaska 99508

COVID-19 FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need an appointment?

Yes, you have to sign up for one. However, wait times have been reduced and there are some walk-in locations in Anchorage.

Who do I contact for an appointment?

We can help you book an appointment or direct you to a walk-in location. You just need to call our office at 907-743-6652 and speak with our COVID-19 specialist. The vaccination sites in Anchorage are as follows:

-All Walgreen Stores,

-All Carrs/Safeway Stores,

-All Fred Meyer Stores,

-All Walmart Stores,

-All malls in the city of Anchorage,

-All Costco Stores,

-All Target Stores,

-The Loussac Library,

-The Anchorage Health Department (walk-ins),

Tikahtnu Commons (walk ins),

-Bernie’s Pharmacy, 4100 Lake Otis Pkwy

Which vaccines are being administered?

Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson.

 Do I have a choice on what vaccine I get?

Yes, you do. Carrs/Safeway Stores carry the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines, Fred Meyers and Walmart Stores carry essentially the Moderna vaccine, Bernie’s pharmacy carries Johnson &Johnson, The Ted Stevens International Airport carries the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, All the Malls carry Pfizer and Moderna, The Anchorage Health Department and Tikahtnu Commons have all three vaccines.          

What are the current booster shot guidelines?

Booster shots are available for: Everyone 18 years of age or older who initially got either the Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine.

When do you get the vaccine?

At least six months after completing your primary COVID-19 vaccination series for those who initially had either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine and at least two months after your shot for those who had the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

Which booster should you get?

Any of the COVID-19 vaccines authorized in the United States can be used for the booster dose.

Are the vaccines being given in the office or are we referred to an agency?

No vaccines are available at the Anchorage Project Access office site.

 There are specific centers to administer vaccines in Anchorage and we can refer you to one.

Why are we doing this?

We are doing this to get you and your loved ones protected against the deadly COVID-19virus and its variants.

What type of transportation is offered?

We will arrange for a taxi cab to transport you and your family members to and from the vaccination site in Anchorage.

Can I apply for a service online?

Call our office at 907-743-6652 and speak with our COVID-19 specialist.

You can also text for more information: 907-931-0222.