10/19: New COVID-19 Bivalent Booster Shots Targeting Omicron Subvariants Now Available for Ages 5+
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Stanford Health Care Redwood City Surface Lot at 550 Broadway, Redwood City
550 Broadway, Redwood City 94063
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Neuroscience Wellness Center at 213 Quarry Rd, Palo Alto
213 Quarry Road, Palo Alto 94304
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Stanford Health Care Cancer Center South Bay - Garage
2587 Samaritan Drive, San Jose 95124
Stanford Health Care Sitecheck Appointments Onlycheck Ages 2+check
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University Healthcare Alliance San Jose at 798 South Winchester Blvd, San Jose
798 South Winchester Boulevard, San Jose 95128
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University Healthcare Alliance Castro Valley
20642 John Drive, Castro Valley 94546
For Adults (12 & up) Mondays and Wednesdays 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare Urgent Care Livermore at 1133 E. Stanley Blvd., Suite 151
1133 E. Stanley Blvd, Livermore 94550
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Who should get a COVID-19 booster shot?

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?
  • Individuals aged 5-17 can only receive the Pfizer-BioNTech booster. 
  • Individuals aged 18 and older may choose which vaccine they receive as a booster dose. 

Recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now allow for mix-and-match dosing for booster shots.

Please refer to this CDC chart of information about all three COVID-19 boosters.

How can I schedule a booster shot?

You can book an appointment for the vaccine at one of our vaccination clinic sites by calling 650-498-9000 or via MyHealth.

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?

What if I have not had a booster dose before?
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