Recent studies find value in the boosters. One study looked only at adults age 65 or older, finding that the bivalent booster reduced the risk of hospitalization by 84% compared to someone not vaccinated, and 73% compared to someone who had received only the monovalent vaccine. Another study of adults found those who had gotten the bivalent were less likely to need COVID-related emergency room care or urgent care.
You’re fully vaccinated. Now what?
This video from StatNews provides some information on important considerations.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
What brand vaccines do we offer?
We offer Moderna COVID vaccines for everyone 6 months and older
Who should receive the new bivalent “updated booster?”
The CDC recommends one updated (bivalent) booster dose:
- For everyone aged 5 years and older if it has been at least 2 months since your last dose.
- For children aged 6 months–4years who completed the moderna primary series and if it has been at least 2 months since their last dose.
Is the COVID vaccine recommended for pregnant patients?
Yes, the COVID vaccines are recommended for pregnant patients
Can you receive the COVID and Flu vaccine at the same time?
Yes, COVID vaccines can be administered at the same time as other vaccines. So feel free to get your flu and COVID vaccine at the same visit.
If I have an active case of COVID-19, when can I get my vaccine?
You can get vaccinated once you are out of your isolation period.
What are your vaccination hours?
Monday through Friday 9am-4:30pm. No appointment necessary. Walk-ins are welcome.