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COVID-19 boosters

 

The CDC has approved booster shots for anyone age 5+ (Pfizer) and 18+ (Moderna, J&J).
Appointments are required.

 

Who is eligible?

 
 

Vaccines have been authorized for the following age groups:

PFIZER MODERNA J&J*
Ages Initial
Doses
Booster
#1
Booster
#2
Initial
Doses
Booster
#1
Booster
#2
Initial
Dose
Booster
#1
Booster
#2
6mo-4 YES NO NO YES NO NO NO NO NO
5-11 YES YES NO YES NO NO NO NO NO
12-17 YES YES Immuno-compromised only YES NO NO NO NO NO
18-49 YES YES Immuno-compromised only YES YES Immuno-compromised only YES YES NO
50+ YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NO
YES=Authorized for everyone Immuno-compromised only=Authorized for immuno-compromised NO=Not Authorized
*The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended that Americans should choose to receive one of the two mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines (Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech) over Johnson & Johnson's single-dose shot, due to concerns about blood-clotting side effects. Read the CDC statement.

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