get your flu shot
for U.S. employees

do your part, get your flu shot

Getting the seasonal flu vaccine is more important than ever during this pandemic. You can help protect yourself and others from the flu virus by getting a flu shot.

stay safe

During your flu shot visit, remain diligent about preventing COVID-19 transmission. Wear a mask, physically distance yourself from others and wash your hands. More information may be found on the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

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Getting your annual flu shot is one of the best ways to protect yourself and others from the flu virus. While it will not protect you from contracting COVID-19, it is still an essential part of protecting your health and the health of your loved ones, colleagues and friends. It also helps conserve health resources and supplies that could become increasingly scarce during this year’s cold and flu season.

For 2020, amid COVID-19, Chevron is adding new options that make it easier to get a flu shot when and where it’s convenient for you. To learn about the flu shot options available to you, go to the situation below that best applies: an essential worker reporting to your Chevron onsite location on a regular basis or an employee who may be working remotely.

i report to my chevron onsite location

Based on COVID-19 safeguards, this year’s flu shot clinics are limited to only employees and contractors who are currently required to report to work onsite at a Chevron location.

  • An appointment is required. See schedule and registration instructions below.
  • No cost to employees.
  • Onsite contractors can participate at a cost of $27.
Because of COVID-19 safeguards, dependents are not eligible to participate in onsite flu shot clinics. However, other alternatives are included on this page that may be available to enrolled dependents under your medical plan.
 
Location Date Time (local) Building and Room Number
Richmond September 17 8 a.m.–2 p.m. Room 50-1125
Richmond November 5 8 a.m.–2 p.m. Room 50-1125
Houston September 30 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. HOU1500 – Level 2 Mezzanine
San Ramon September 30 8 a.m.–2 p.m. Building T / Atrium
Briarpark October 6 8 a.m.–2 p.m. BP 147
Portland October 28 1 p.m.–5 p.m. Lunch Room
Houston November 17 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. HOU1500 – Level 2 Mezzanine

register here

An influenza vaccine – or a flu shot – is considered preventive care by the Affordable Care Act. This means your Chevron medical plan provides 100 percent coverage for the flu shot with no deductible, copayment or coinsurance, if you see a network provider

  • It’s important to use a network provider because that’s the only way your plan will provide 100 percent coverage.
  • If you see an out-of-network provider (if allowed by your plan), you’ll typically pay a percentage of maximum allowable amounts and the annual medical deductible will apply.
  • This coverage applies to you and any eligible dependents enrolled in your Chevron medical coverage.

find a network provider

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Chevron is adding new, temporary benefit coverage that makes it easier to get a flu shot when and where it’s convenient for you. 
 

flut shot available through express scripts

Effective September 15, 2020 through December 31, 2020, if you have Chevron Prescription Drug Program coverage with Express Scripts*, your prescription drug benefit will provide coverage for influenza vaccines for enrolled participants as follows:
  • The influenza vaccine must be received from an Express Scripts network pharmacy. Locate a network pharmacy here.
  • Not all pharmacies offer flu shots. Be sure to contact your local network pharmacy to verify flu shots are available and if an appointment is required.
  • You’ll need to present your Express Scripts ID card at the time of service.
  • The influenza vaccine administered must be on the Express Scripts National Preferred Formulary and can be delivered in either the injectable or intranasal form.
  • Covered influenza vaccines will be paid at 100 percent of the Network Price with no copayment/coinsurance and no deductible.
  • This coverage applies to you and any eligible dependents enrolled in your Chevron medical coverage.
You already have coverage for the flu shot as part of the standard preventive care coverage under your Chevron medical benefit. Your medical preventive care coverage isn’t changing and is still available. The only difference is that now you have more choices to get your flu shot, not only from your doctor’s office or a health clinic, but also a network pharmacy. If you have questions about this new coverage, contact Express Scripts starting September 15. 
 

medical HMO plan and expatriate coverage

If you are enrolled in a Chevron Medical HMO Plan, you are not eligible for this temporary benefit coverage; however you should contact your Medical HMO directly for information about flu shot coverage under your plan. If you are an expatriate enrolled in the Global Choice Plan, remember that this coverage applies to flu shots received from a U.S. Express Scripts network pharmacy only. For information about flu shot coverage outside the U.S., contact Cigna.
 

read about it

 
 
*When you enroll in the Medical PPO Plan, the High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) or the High Deductible Health Plan Basic (HDHP Basic), you are also automatically enrolled in prescription drug coverage through the Prescription Drug Program with Express Scripts. This change applies to the Prescription Drug Program for participants in the Medical PPO Plan, the HDHP and the HDHP Basic.

If you have chosen to waive Chevron medical coverage, and cannot attend the onsite Chevron flu shot clinic, there are other alternatives for getting your flu shot this fall.

ask your medical plan provider

Remember, a flu shot is considered preventive care by the Affordable Care Act. This means your medical plan, including a medical plan from another source, should provide 100 percent coverage for the flu shot with no deductible, copayment or coinsurance, if you see a network provider. Contact your medical carrier for details about your coverage.


get a free flu shot with CVS or walgreens

Getting the seasonal flu vaccine is important every year, but it's even more important than ever during this pandemic. That's why, in partnership with our flu shot clinic provider, LabCorp, Chevron is providing employees access to one free flu shot at your local Walgreens or CVS pharmacy* through December 31, 2020.

  • This offer is for Chevron U.S. employees only. Family members are not eligible and it's not available to contractors.
  • This offer is for employees who have waived Chevron medical coverage and do not have access to a flu shot through an onsite clinic or another medical plan. If you have access to an onsite flu shot clinic, you have Chevron medical coverage, or you have other outside medical coverage, please use these resources.

How to get your one-time flu shot voucher
  • Locate a Walgreens or CVS pharmacy that's offering flu shots and is most convenient to you. 
  • Not all pharmacies offer flu shots. Be sure to contact your local network pharmacy to verify flu shots are available and if an appointment is required.
  • Submit a request to receiver your voucher below. The deadline to request a voucher is December 14, 2020. Allow 1-2 business days to process your request.
  • Go to your pharmacy to redeem your free flu shot. Don't forget to take your voucher and a form of ID with you.

*CVS vouchers can be redeemed at CVS Pharmacy locations, Longs Drugs®, Navarro® and CVS Pharmacy at Target where flu shots are offered. Cannot be used at MinuteClinic®. Walgreens vouchers can be redeemed at Walgreens® and Duane Reade® retail pharmacy locations. 

request a voucher now

i work remotely

An influenza vaccine – or a flu shot – is considered preventive care by the Affordable Care Act. This means your Chevron medical plan provides 100 percent coverage for the flu shot with no deductible, copayment or coinsurance, if you see a network provider

  • It’s important to use a network provider because that’s the only way your plan will provide 100 percent coverage.
  • If you see an out-of-network provider (if allowed by your plan), you’ll typically pay a percentage of maximum allowable amounts and the annual medical deductible will apply.
  • This coverage applies to you and any eligible dependents enrolled in your Chevron medical coverage.

find a network provider

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Chevron is adding new, temporary benefit coverage that makes it easier to get a flu shot when and where it’s convenient for you. 
 

flut shot available through express scripts

Effective September 15, 2020 through December 31, 2020, if you have Chevron Prescription Drug Program coverage with Express Scripts*, your prescription drug benefit will provide coverage for influenza vaccines for enrolled participants as follows:
  • The influenza vaccine must be received from an Express Scripts network pharmacyLocate a network pharmacy here.
  • Not all pharmacies offer flu shots. Be sure to contact your local network pharmacy to verify flu shots are available and if an appointment is required.
  • You’ll need to present your Express Scripts ID card at the time of service.
  • The influenza vaccine administered must be on the Express Scripts National Preferred Formulary and can be delivered in either the injectable or intranasal form.
  • Covered influenza vaccines will be paid at 100 percent of the Network Price with no copayment/coinsurance and no deductible.
  • This coverage applies to you and any eligible dependents enrolled in your Chevron medical coverage.
You already have coverage for the flu shot as part of the standard preventive care coverage under your Chevron medical benefit. Your medical preventive care coverage isn’t changing and is still available. The only difference is that now you have more choices to get your flu shot, not only from your doctor’s office or a health clinic, but also a network pharmacy. If you have questions about this new coverage, contact Express Scripts starting September 15. 
 

medical HMO plan and expatriate coverage

If you are enrolled in a Chevron Medical HMO Plan, you are not eligible for this temporary benefit coverage; however you should contact your Medical HMO directly for information about flu shot coverage under your plan. If you are an expatriate enrolled in the Global Choice Plan, remember that this coverage applies to flu shots received from a U.S. Express Scripts network pharmacy only. For information about flu shot coverage outside the U.S., contact Cigna.
 

read about it

 
 
*When you enroll in the Medical PPO Plan, the High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) or the High Deductible Health Plan Basic (HDHP Basic), you are also automatically enrolled in prescription drug coverage through the Prescription Drug Program with Express Scripts. This change applies to the Prescription Drug Program for participants in the Medical PPO Plan, the HDHP and the HDHP Basic.

If you have chosen to waive Chevron medical coverage, and cannot attend the onsite Chevron flu shot clinic, there are other alternatives for getting your flu shot this fall.

ask your medical plan provider

Remember, a flu shot is considered preventive care by the Affordable Care Act. This means your medical plan, including a medical plan from another source, should provide 100 percent coverage for the flu shot with no deductible, copayment or coinsurance, if you see a network provider. Contact your medical carrier for details about your coverage.


get a free flu shot with CVS or walgreens

Getting the seasonal flu vaccine is important every year, but it's even more important than ever during this pandemic. That's why, in partnership with our flu shot clinic provider, LabCorp, Chevron is providing employees access to one free flu shot at your local Walgreens or CVS pharmacy* through December 31, 2020.

  • This offer is for Chevron U.S. employees only. Family members are not eligible and it's not available to contractors.
  • This offer is for employees who have waived Chevron medical coverage and do not have access to a flu shot through an onsite clinic or another medical plan. If you have access to an onsite flu shot clinic, you have Chevron medical coverage, or you have other outside medical coverage, please use these resources.

How to get your one-time flu shot voucher
  • Locate a Walgreens or CVS pharmacy that's offering flu shots and is most convenient to you. 
  • Not all pharmacies offer flu shots. Be sure to contact your local network pharmacy to verify if flu shots are available and if an appointment is required.
  • Submit a request to receiver your voucher below. The deadline to request a voucher is December 14, 2020. Allow 1-2 business days to process your request.
  • Go to your pharmacy to redeem your free flu shot. Don't forget to take your voucher and a form of ID with you.

*CVS vouchers can be redeemed at CVS Pharmacy locations, Longs Drugs®, Navarro® and CVS Pharmacy at Target where flu shots are offered. Cannot be used at MinuteClinic®. Walgreens vouchers can be redeemed at Walgreens® and Duane Reade® retail pharmacy locations. 

request a voucher now

Based on COVID-19 safeguards, this year’s flu shot clinics are limited to only employees and contractors who are currently required to report to work onsite at a Chevron location. If you are currently working remotely, you are not eligible to attend an onsite Chevron flu shot clinic.

flu or coronavirus? know the difference

Flu season is back and when you add COVID-19 to the mix, it can be hard to tell the difference between the two. Join 2nd.MD on September 17 at 10 a.m. CT, as an expert medical epidemiologist discusses the key differences between the flu and COVID-19 and the best ways to protect yourself from both. Register to attend here.