Memphis COVID-19 Updates

Public Vaccination Locations

The City of Memphis is now operating public COVID-19 Vaccination Sites, Mondays – Saturdays from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. The Pipkin Building at The Liberty Bowl Stadium operates from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Only individuals who meet the eligibility criteria will be vaccinated (Age 16+), and appointments are required. Individuals should not arrive more than an hour before the scheduled appointment time. Individuals who do not have an appointment will be turned away. The Pipkin site will offer daily “first come, first served” opportunities 7 days a week from 2 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Individuals without internet access can call 901-222-7468(SHOT) or 615-552-1998 between the hours of 9 a.m.- 6:30 p.m. Seven days a week.

Vaccination operations will move forward as planned today and the remainder of the week (4/13 – 4/17) at all public and community based PODs. The City of Memphis will honor all appointments and offer Pfizer vaccine at any site that was scheduled for J&J due to the CDC recommendation to pause administration of the J&J vaccine. 

Homebound Residents

If you are homebound and need a COVID-19 vaccination, please click here to request a homebound vaccination or call 901-222-SHOT.

Please allow 1 – 2 weeks to be contacted.

First Dose Information

If you are looking for second dose information keep scrolling down or click here.

Midtown/Pipkin Building

Pfizer

940 Early Maxwell Blvd

Monday – Sunday

7am – 7pm*

*Wide Open Wednesday is being extended at the Pipkin building through Sunday, April 18. No appointments necessary. 7am-7pm. First come, first served.

Community Locations

Now administering vaccine at the following community locations:

Second Dose Information

For more information about the Moderna second dose or scheduling, click the button below.

Other Vaccine Locations

Vaccine is also offered at the private providers below. Click each one to learn more about the signup process.


COVID-19 Volunteers Needed

Volunteers are needed for our vaccination sites. If you would like to volunteer, please answer the membership application questions to access volunteer opportunities.

The City of Memphis affiliated events are listed below:

Currently Vaccinating

All Adults Age 16+

The minimum age to receive a COVID-19 vaccine is 16. Persons under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian in order to be vaccinated.  Parent or guardian will be required to show ID and complete and sign a consent form on-site for their child to be vaccinated. 

Vaccine Locations Map

Vaccine by the Numbers

Daily Report for April 14

Daily Doses Administered

4,025

Includes first and second doses.

Average Wait Time

10 min

Across all locations.

Additional Reports

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.

Vaccination Dashboard

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.

photo of Mayor Jim Strickland

Latest Update

Memphis Area GIS Dashboard

For updated COVID-19 cases in Shelby County and Tennessee


BlueCross Foundation Selects Two Additional COVID-19 Campaigns for Funding

The $533,940 grant from the BlueCross Foundation will fund the “Your Best Shot” campaign, a project of the Memphis and Shelby County COVID-19 Joint Task Force, which will promote the vaccine in Shelby County with the goal of vaccinating 656,000 residents in the next six to eight months.