IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

Starting Wednesday, October 18, the Department of Health will offer walk-in COVID-19 vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) clinics for individuals 6 months through 18 years old only. Wait times may vary. Limited supplies are available.

COVID-19 vaccines are also available at pharmacies, from you or your child's health care provider, and federally qualified health centers. 

Find a COVID-19 vaccine location near you.


Monday 2/26/2024
Tuesday 2/27/2024
Wednesday 2/28/2024
Thursday 2/29/2024
Friday 3/1/2024

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that children down to 6 months of age get an updated COVID-19 Vaccine (2023 - 2024 Formula) to provide protection during the Fall and Winter months. Children under 6 months of age are currently not authorized for any COVID-19 doses.

Children ages 6 months to 4 years who are moderately or severely immunocompromised have the option to receive 1 additional dose of updated (2023 - 2024 Formula) vaccine at least 2 months following the last recommended updated (2023 - 2024) mRNA vaccine dose.

An 8-week interval between the first and second COVID-19 vaccine (Moderna, Novavax and Pfizer-BioNTech) doses may be optimal for some people as it may reduce the small risk of myocarditis and pericarditis.

6 months - 4 years MODERNA (Must be the same manufacturer as past doses)

If you…You need…When you need it:
are unvaccinated2 doses of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)4 to 8 weeks apart
received 1 dose of any Moderna COVID-19 vaccine1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)4 to 8 weeks after previous dose
received 2 or more doses of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)At least 8 weeks after previous dose
are immunocompromised and have received 0 doses of any Moderna COVID-19 vaccineTo complete 3 dose series with updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)At least 4 weeks apart from each dose
are immunocompromised and have received 1 dose of any Moderna COVID-19 vaccineTo complete 2 dose series with updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)At least 4 weeks apart from each dose
are immunocompromised and have received 2 doses of any Moderna COVID-19 vaccineTo complete 1 dose series with updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)At least 4 weeks apart from each dose
are immunocompromised and have received 3 or more doses of any Moderna COVID-19 vaccine1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)At least 8 weeks after the last dose

6 months - 4 years PFIZER (Must be the same manufacturer as past doses)

If you…You need…When you need it:
are unvaccinated3 doses of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)Dose 1 and 2 are given 3 to 8 weeks apart. Dose 3 is given at least 8 weeks after the second dose
are immunocompromised and unvaccinated3 doses of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)Dose 1 and 2 are given 3 weeks apart. Dose 3 is given at least 8 weeks after the second dose
received 1 dose of any Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine2 doses of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)Dose 1 is given 3 to 8 weeks after last dose. Dose 2 is given at least 8 weeks after previous dose
are immunocompromised and received 1 dose of any Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine2 doses of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)Dose 1 is given 3 weeks after last dose. Dose 2 is given at least 8 weeks after first dose
received 2 or more doses of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)At least 8 weeks after the last previous dose
are immunocompromised and have received 2 or more doses of any Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)At least 8 weeks after last dose

5 years - 11 years MODERNA

If you…You need…When you need it:
are unvaccinated1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)Now
received 1 or more doses of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)At least 8 weeks after the last dose
are immunocompromised and received 0 doses of Moderna COVID-19 vaccineTo complete 3 dose series with updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)At least 4 weeks from each dose
are immunocompromised and received 1 dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccineTo complete 2 dose series with updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)At least 4 weeks from each dose
are immunocompromised and received 2 doses of Moderna COVID-19 vaccineTo complete 1 dose series with updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)At least 4 weeks from each dose
are immunocompromised and have received 3 or more doses of any mRNA COVID-19 vaccine1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)At least 8 weeks after the last dose

5 years - 11 years PFIZER

If you…You need…When you need it:
are unvaccinated1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)Now
received 1 or more doses of any COVID-19 vaccine1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)At least 8 weeks after the last dose
are are unvaccinated and immunocompromised3 doses of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)Dose 2 is given 3 weeks after last dose. Dose 3 is given at least 4 weeks after first dose
are immunocompromised and received 1 dose of any Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine2 doses of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)Dose 1 is given 3 weeks after last dose. Dose 2 is given at least 4 weeks after first dose
are immunocompromised and received 2 doses of any Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)Dose 1 is given 4 weeks after last dose
are immunocompromised and have received 3 or more doses of any mRNA COVID-19 vaccine1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)At least 8 weeks after the last dose

12+ Spikevax (MODERNA) OR Comirnaty (PFIZER)

If you…

You need…

When you need it:

are unvaccinated

1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)

Now

are are unvaccinated and immunocompromised

3 doses of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)

Dose 2 is given 3-4 weeks after last dose. Dose 3 is given at least 4 weeks after second dose

Received 1 or more doses of any COVID-19 mRNA vaccine

1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)

At least 8 weeks after the last dose

are immunocompromised and received 1 dose of any mRNA COVID-19 vaccine2 doses of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)Dose 1 is given 3-4 weeks after last dose. Dose 2 is given at least 4 weeks after first dose
are immunocompromised and received 2 doses of any mRNA COVID-19 vaccine1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)Dose 1 is given 4 weeks after last dose
are immunocompromised and have received 3 or more doses of any mRNA COVID-19 vaccine1 dose of updated vaccine (2023 - 2024 formula)Dose 1 is given 4 weeks after last dose

How does the end of the public health emergency effect the COVID-19 vaccine?

In the past, most costs associated with COVID-19 vaccination were covered through funding from the Federal Government. If you have private health insurance, go to your health care provider or pharmacy to get your updated vaccine. The cost for the vaccine has changed.

Who is eligible to receive a vaccination through the “Bridge Access” program?

Adults 19 - 64 who are uninsured or underinsured. Additionally, children who are Vaccine for Children (VFC) eligible are able to receive the vaccine.

Where can I get this updated COVID-19 vaccine?

If you have private insurance, Medicaid or Medicare, you can get COVID-19 vaccines at pharmacies or from your health care provider.

If you do not have health insurance or are underinsured you can get free COVID-19 vaccines through the Bridge Access Program at Pharmacies, Federally Qualified Health Centers or your local health department.

The Department of Health expects to receive a limited supply of the updated COVID-19 vaccine that will be reserved for the following eligible population:

Visit www.vaccines.gov, to find a COVID-19 vaccine location near you.

 

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