Memphis COVID-19 Updates

Vaccine by the Numbers

Daily Report for March 6

Daily Doses Administered


Includes first and second doses.

Appointments Scheduled For Next Day


Includes first and second doses.

Average Wait Time

14 min

Across all locations.

Weekly Report for February 22-27

Weekly Doses Administered


Includes first and second doses. *Increased on 3/2 to include 7,482 doses administered inside hospitals.

Weekly Appointments Scheduled


*This number reflects data from Feb 25-27 only.

Weekly Average Wait Time

20 min*

*This number reflects data from Feb 25-27 only. Feb 25: 20 min; Feb 26: 25 min; Feb 27: 16 min

Weekly Doses Administered by Location



Average Wait Time
19 min



Average Wait Time
11 min



Average Wait Time
30 min





Currently Vaccinating

Age 65+

and groups 1a – 1c*

*Phase 1c starts Monday, March 8.

The vaccines are currently only available to people who meet the age or group requirements.

Where to get vaccinated

The City of Memphis is now operating public COVID-19 Vaccination Sites, Mondays – Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.  Appointment sign-up links will now be released on Fridays at noon for appointments for the following week. 

  • Only citizens who meet the eligibility criteria will be vaccinated, and appointments are required.
  • Citizens should not arrive more than an hour before the scheduled appointment time.
  • Citizens who do not have an appointment will be turned away.  

If you need assistance, call 901-222-7468 (SHOT) 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Do you need to cancel your appointment?

If you previously scheduled an appointment and need to cancel, please self-cancel in Signup Genius. Refer to your confirmation email for details. Citizens can also email and list their name, appointment date, time, and location.

Location & Hours

First Dose Appointments

Appointment links below are for FIRST doses only. Do not schedule a second dose appointment through these links. Please see Second Dose information below.

Second Dose Appointments

Please use the below links for second doses only. Please see information below if you think you have passed the usual recommended interval between the first and second dose. Moderna doses are at Midtown/Pipkin only.

Info About Second Doses

A Message from Dr. Jain

“Many of you have received the first dose of vaccine and are waiting for your second dose. The usual recommended interval between the two vaccines is 3 weeks for the Pfizer vaccine and 4 weeks for the Moderna vaccine. However, at times it may not be possible to maintain the interval, so the CDC recommends that the second dose of Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines can be administered up to 6 weeks (42 days) after the first dose. Also, if the second dose is administered beyond the 6 weeks interval, there is no need to restart the series.”

Dr. Jain

For more information, visit

Other Vaccine Locations

Kroger – Locations vary. Very limited quantities available. You may find information online at or by calling 866-211-5320.

Veteran’s Administration – Now vaccinating all veterans age 65 and older at the VA Medical Center at 1030 Jefferson Avenue. Veterans must be enrolled with the VA at to receive vaccination.

Walgreens – Thirteen locations have now been added. To schedule an appointment, please visit

Walmart – Locations vary. Sign up for an appointment here:

Vaccine Locations Map

Vaccination Dashboard

More COVID-19 Vaccine Details

COVID-19 vaccines help our bodies develop immunity to the virus that causes COVID-19 without us getting the illness. The vaccines are very effective and safe and will not give you COVID-19. The vaccine that will be available in Shelby County is a mRNA vaccine provided by Pfizer and Moderna. Click below to learn more details.

Get Tested for COVID-19

New and Expanded Testing Sites

If you aren’t feeling well, you can get tested for COVID-19 in Memphis. Please call ahead at a location near you.

If you need to find a COVID-19 testing center near you, you may call 833-556-2476 or  877-857-2945 or view the map below.

Jump past this embedded map to read about Safer at Home.

By the Numbers

Updated 3:45 pm, 5 March 2021 from Shelby County

Active Cases in Shelby County


1.5% of cases

Inactive/Recovered in Shelby County


96.8% of cases

Total Cases in Shelby County


178 added from yesterday

Deaths in Shelby County


6 added from yesterday/ 1.7% of cases

Total Tests Taken in Shelby County


Note: The calculation of total tests has been updated to include all tests performed for Shelby County residents, regardless of repeat testing. It is now indicative of total testing volume. Cases remain indicative of positive individuals, rather than tests.

Tennessee Data

Total Tests Taken


Total Cases


Ever Hospitalized


2% of all cases





Note: Tennessee figures above are using confirmed numbers from and does not include the probable numbers. For full data analysis please visit Figures reflect data from 2pm yesterday.

Please note for hospitalizations: Information about hospitalization status is gathered at the time of diagnosis, therefore this information may be incomplete. This number indicates the number of patients that were ever hospitalized during their illness, it does not indicate the number of patients currently hospitalized.

Please note for deaths: Some deaths may be reported by health care providers, hospitals, medical examiners, local health departments, or others before they are included in the statewide count.

Please note for recovered: Tennessee Health Department defines “recovered” as people who (1) have been confirmed to be asymptomatic by their local or regional health department and have completed their required isolation period or (2) are at least 21 days beyond the first test confirming their illness.

Get tested for COVID-19:

photo of Mayor Jim Strickland

Latest Update

New COVID-19 vaccination appointments released for week of March 8

Starting Monday, March 8, 2021, vaccinations will start for phase 1c. The age eligibility remains65 and older and includes residents who are 16 years old or older with health conditions that put them at risk of serious illness from COVID-19. Only citizens who meet the eligibility criteria will be vaccinated, and appointments are required. Citizens […]