COVID-19 Vaccination Consent and Release
Considerations from the CDC Administration of a COVID-19 vaccine with other vaccines.
COVID-19 vaccines may be administered without regard to timing of other vaccines, including simutaneous administration History of a previous or current COVID-19 infection You may receive a COVID-19 vaccine if you have had a previous COVID-19 infection. If you have a current COVID-19 infection, you should wait until you are better and have completed your isolation time before coming in to get a COVID-19 vaccine. History of unprotected exposure to a person who tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days
If you have had an unprotected COVID-19 exposure, you should wait to complete your quarantine before coming in to geta COVID-19 vaccine.
If you have been treated with a monoclonal antibody or convalescent plasma COVID-19 vaccination can be given at any interval following receipt of passive antibody therapy. Special populations: A COVID-19 vaccine may be administered to immunocompromised individuals, including people with HIV and those on immunosuppressive medications, but the vaccine has not been fully studied in this population. Women who are pregnant of breastfeeding should talk with their providers to decide on getting a COVID-19 vaccine. It is recommended to receive a COVID-19 primary series, additional mRNA doses (if indicated) and a booster. If you have any additional questions after reviewing the above information, talk to your doctor or healthcare provider before getting