Two of the nation’s largest pharmacy chains — CVS Health and Walgreens — are accepting coronavirus vaccination appointments for children ages 5-11.

CVS Health announced Wednesday that it will be offering kids 5-11 years of age the pediatric dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on Sunday “upon receipt and confirmation of vaccine supply.”

Meanwhile, Walgreens has announced that it will be administering Pfizer’s jab to kids ages 5 to 11 beginning Saturday, Nov. 6. It said it will offer the children’s Pfizer vaccine to approximately 40 percent of its stores.

Both are encouraging parents to make appointments.

CVS will initially offer the pediatric vaccine at one-third of the adult dose to 1,700 locations across 46 states, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C., and the appointments can also be scheduled by calling CVS or going to its website.

“Our immunizers have been preparing for this important role, and stand ready to help answer parents’ questions, guide them and their children through the process, and administer the vaccines safely, with kindness and caring,” said Troyen Brennan, executive vice president and chief medical officer of CVS Health.