The COVID-19 updated boosters are here
While we’re all sick of COVID-19 at this point, the truth is COVID-19 is still out there, making people really sick. And with a changing virus and more contagious variants, vaccines need to keep up. That’s why the updated COVID-19 vaccines are designed to help protect against multiple strains—in a single shot. The updated COVID-19 vaccines can help provide broader protection than a primary series alone against the most dominant variants in the US to date. So it’s important to stay up to date with your vaccines, including getting all recommended boosters when eligible.
The vaccine may not be for everyone. Please consult with your doctor to determine your eligibility.
We understand that when it comes to COVID-19 vaccination and vaccine safety, there's a lot of information out there. It can seem confusing at times, especially when it feels like new information is coming out every week.
That's why we want to help you stay on top of the latest news and information. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is the best resource for a wide range of topics. Go here or click on a specific topic below to get the detailed information you need.
Vaccine considerations for people with underlying conditions or weakened immune systems
COVID-19 vaccines for people with allergies
COVID-19 vaccines and pregnancy
Vaccine information for people who are pregnant or breastfeeding
If you have more questions, be sure to talk to your vaccination provider or your doctor. You can also reach out to your state, territorial, tribal, or local health department, especially with any questions about vaccine availability.
You can also find more information online at the following websites:
The CDC has up-to-date resources on COVID-19
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has resources about Emergency Use Authorizations (EUAs) of vaccines
You can contact your state health department for more information on its plan for COVID-19 vaccination. Now that you have answers to your questions, let's get you vaccinated.
Help protect your kids with the COVID-19 vaccines—now available for children 6 months and older.
The COVID-19 vaccines and boosters are here to help provide broader protection than a primary series alone against COVID-19 and the most dominant variants in the US to date. Check out an updated booster option that’s available to you today.
We can help you find a vaccination site near you—so you'll know exactly where to go to make it yours.
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