According to the Sedalia and Warrensburg Walmart Facebook pages the store pharmacies will be reserving appointments for those educators who would like to receive the coronavirus vaccine.

According to their post, both the Sedalia and Warrensburg pharmacies will be reserving appointments for eligible teachers, support staff and licensed child care providers on Saturday March 20, Sunday March 21, Saturday March 27 and Sunday March 28.

Educators may schedule their appointment by calling  833-886-0023 and selecting the "teacher" option. Educators who would like the vaccine but are not available on the above dates may check their eligibility and schedule another time for the vaccine here.

Walmart says there is no out of pocket cost for the vaccine, but persons getting vaccinated should bring their insurance card if they have one.

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