Please refer to the chart below regarding the most current, CDC approved vaccination schedule. For more information on eligibility and how to choose your brand, visit Who is Eligible for a COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shot.
Am I "severely immunocompromised?"
People who are termed severely immunocompromised have different booster dose recommendations than those with a normal immune system. The CDC has determined that you are severely immunocompromised if you...
- are current cancer treatment patient
- are a recipient of an organ transplant
- have a primary immunodeficiencey condition (such as HIV)
- are currently on high-dose immunosuppressive drugs (like prednisone)
If you fit under one of these four categories...
- your third dose of Pfizer of Moderna can be administered as early as 28 days after your second
- your fourth dose of Pfizer or Moderna can be administered as early as 3 months after your third
- If receiving the Moderna vaccine, it's recommended you received a full booster dose for your third, whereas those with normal immune systems only receive a half dose
Can I get other vaccines at the same time
as my COVID-19 vaccination?
Flu shots can be given in the same visit as COVID-19 boosters, if desired. Any other vaccinations are recommendedd to be separated out from the COVID-19 vaccine by at least 2 weeks. Speak with your doctor or pharmacist about your vaccine schedule!