4/24: The Bivalent COVID-19 Vaccine is Now Available for Individuals 6 Months and Older.

1/23: Our Drive-Thru and Walk-Up Vaccination Sites Have Closed For the Season

1/9: The 550 Broadway Drive-thru COVID-19 Vaccination Site Has Closed Permanently

Are the COVID-19 vaccines safe for children?

Which vaccines should my child get if they have not started their primary series yet?

Which vaccine will my child get if they started their primary series with the original monovalent vaccine, but haven’t completed it?

If my child completed the primary series, do they need to redo it with the updated bivalent vaccines?

Who should get the updated bivalent booster?

I am immunocompromised. When should I receive a booster vaccine dose?

I tested positive for COVID-19. When can I get a booster dose?

Can I mix and match COVID-19 vaccine and booster shot brands?

How can I schedule a booster shot?

To schedule a booster shot, contact your primary care provider.

What is the difference between a third or fourth dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and a booster?

“Additional doses” are different than a “booster dose.” A booster is an added dose of a vaccine that is given to someone with a healthy immune system who built enough protection after being fully vaccinated. If that protection gradually decreases, a booster can help sustain it. Third or fourth doses are provided to individuals with compromised immune systems for whom the original vaccine dose was not sufficient to achieve protection from the virus. For more information on new CDC guidance on COVID-19 vaccine additional doses for immunocompromised people, click here.

Can people receive flu shots and booster shots at the same time?

Yes, the COVID-19 vaccine and flu vaccine may be given at the same time.

How is the new booster dose different from the original booster?

Who should not get the updated bivalent booster?
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