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COVID-19 Vaccinations Available to Everyone through the Chickasaw Nation

Date: April 06, 2021

The Chickasaw Nation is now offering COVID-19 vaccines at no cost to the general public. There are no tribal citizenship, employment or state residency requirements.

Dr. John Krueger, Chief Medical Officer of the Chickasaw Nation Department of Health, said an exponential increase in supplies combined with a significant increase in the capacity to administer vaccinations enabled the expansion.

The new Chickasaw Nation Emergency Operations Facility has increased the opportunity to offer vaccines to the community. The facility, located at 1300 Cradduck Road, in Ada, Oklahoma, has the capacity for 16 drive-thru lanes to maximize efficiency.

View this map for information regarding traffic flow changes to access the vaccination site.

Individuals may schedule appointments online for a drive-thru vaccine in Ada or at one of the Chickasaw Nation satellite health clinics in Purcell, Ardmore or Tishomingo at

Recipients must be age 18 or older for the Moderna vaccine, and 16 or older for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

The Chickasaw Nation strongly encourages individuals who have received first dose of vaccine with another health care organization to complete their second dose with the same organization.

Those currently diagnosed with COVID-19 must complete quarantine or isolation before scheduling an appointment.

The Chickasaw Nation COVID-19 Vaccine Call Center is available Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.- 3 p.m. at (580) 272-1339 to assist patients 65 and older, and patients with no internet access. The call center is closed weekends and on Chickasaw Nation holidays.

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