Get the vaccine at no cost, even if you do not have insurance.
Booster appointments are available starting 10/4/21 for those who obtained a second Pfizer vaccine at least 6 months ago and who meet the below criteria.
Guidelines for booster dose:
The following are highly encouraged to obtain a booster dose:
- People 65 years and older and residents in long-term care settings.
- People aged 50-64 years with certain underlying medical conditions that put them at risk for severe COVID-19 such as chronic lung disease, diabetes, obesity, chronic kidney disease, cardiovascular disease, sickle cell disease, and dementia.
The following individuals may obtain a booster dose:
- People aged 18-49 years with these same underlying medical conditions
- People aged 18-64 who are at increased risk of exposure to COVID-19 due to their occupation, such as healthcare workers, teachers, and grocery store workers
- People aged 18-64 who live in an institutional setting
Please note: At this time, booster shots are not recommended for those who received the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
Booster Dose Online Scheduling
What to Bring to your Appointment
- Appointment confirmation
- Valid ID
- Vaccination card
- Mask to wear
What to Do if You Are Feeling Sick
To protect others from getting sick, you should cancel your appointment if you are sick. Wait until you feel better before rescheduling.
What to Do if You’re in Quarantine
Wait until your quarantine period ends before you go to get vaccinated. Learn when to quarantine from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Is the Vaccine Safe if I've Recovered From COVID-19?
The COVID-19 vaccine is both safe and recommended for anyone who has recovered from COVID-19. You can and should still get the vaccine, even if you have already had COVID-19.
Read more here about myths, truths and the bottom line behind the COVID-19 vaccine, including important updates about the Delta variant.
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