There is no guarantee that any of the following locations currently have the COVID-19 vaccine, but they are the official locations in Marshall County to get vaccinated.

For example, Marshall Medical Centers North and South do not currently have the first shot of the vaccine. They are completing the second shot for those who received the first shot a few weeks ago.

Marshall County EMA director Anita McBurnett said there is a widespread shortage of the vaccine due to many factors.

Once the supply of vaccinations is replenished, we will get the message out.

The best thing you can do is call the sites and see if the vaccine is in.

They all require appointments.

• Marshall Medical Centers –

• Latham’s Pharmacy

178 South Main Street

Arab, AL 35016


• MainStreet Family Care

1420 North Brindlee Mtn Pkwy

Arab, AL 35016


• Marshall County Health Department

150 Judy Smith Dr.

Guntersville, Alabama 35976

• Bunch Pharmacy

1800 Henry Street

Guntersville, AL 35976


• Boaz Discount Drugs

10460 AL Hwy 168

Boaz, AL 35957


• Grant Family Practice Clinic

5447 Main St

Grant, AL 35747


• Guntersville Family Practice Clinic

1241 Blount Ave

Guntersville, AL 35976


• Lakeside Clinic

2337 Homer Clayton Dr

Guntersville, AL 35976


• Rapid Care Family Medical

9511 US Highway 431

Albertville, AL 35950-0128


• Sand Mountain Family Practice

5104 US Highway 431

Albertville, AL 35950


• Clifton Care – Dr Angela Clifton

122 North Snead Street

Boaz, AL 35957


Federal pharmacy operation

• Walmart Store Number 10-0306

1450 N Brindlee Mountain Pkwy

Arab, Alabama 35016

• Walmart Store Number 10-0681

11697 US Highway 431

Guntersville, Alabama 35976

• Walmart Store Number 10-0298

1972 US Highway 431

Boaz, Alabama

• CVS Store Number 4968

1445 Gunter Avenue

Guntersville, Alabama 35976

The official list of who is eligible to get the vaccine is:

• First responders, including police officers, firefighters and EMS;

• Corrections officers;

• Food and agriculture workers;

• U.S. Postal Service workers;

• Manufacturing workers;

• Grocery store workers;

• Public transit workers;

• People who work in the education sector (teachers, support staff, community college and higher education);

• Childcare workers;

• Judiciary (including but not limited to) circuit judges, district judges and district attorneys.

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