COVID-19 vaccines are an important step in slowing the spread of the disease. We are committed to providing helpful vaccine information, resources to support you, and $0 cost-share on COVID-19 vaccines through the national public health emergency period.
How to get a vaccine
We've gathered links to public resources to help you stay informed. Vaccine availability may vary by location, day and time, so we encourage you to check back.
For Nevada’s county-specific COVID-19 vaccine distribution and appointment information, visit Immunize Nevada.
For Southwest Medical patients, visit smalv.com to make a vaccine appointment.
To use UnitedHealthcare’s Vaccine Resource Locator, click here.
You will have $0 cost-share (copayments, deductibles or co-insurance) on FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccines as noted below, no matter where you get the vaccine and including when 2 doses are required. In fact, you shouldn’t receive a bill for the FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine.
Plans through Employers or Individual health plans: Members will have $0 cost-share at both in-network and out-of-network providers through the national public health emergency period.
If you get a COVID-19 vaccine during a regular office visit, your office visit will be covered according to your plan benefits. You may have a cost-share for the office visit.
Should I pay to get my name on a vaccination list?
No. If someone calls, texts, or emails you promising access to the vaccine for a fee, don’t share your personal or financial information.
No one should ask you to pay to put your name on a list to get the vaccine
No one should ask you to pay to get early access to a vaccine
You can report suspected fraud to Sierra Health and Life, and we’ll help you file a report, which could help you and others.
Follow vaccination instructions from the manufacturer. The current FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccines may not be appropriate for everyone. There are special considerations for people with certain conditions, of different ages, and who have had treatments such as monoclonal antibody therapy and convalescent plasma. If you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, talk to your health care provider or visit the CDC’s Frequently Asked Questions.
The information is a summary and is subject to change. Benefits will be reviewed in accordance with your health plan. For more information, call the number on the back of your health plan ID card.