Once you are eligible to get the vaccine, there are several ways you can make an appointment. Due to limited vaccine supply throughout the U.S., it will take months before everyone who is eligible can be vaccinated.
Scheduled clinics will proceed, using Moderna and Pfizer vaccine for clinics where Johnson & Johnson was planned
Health experts believe that all the vaccines approved for use in the U.S. are safe for both pregnant and breastfeeding people. Find answers to common questions you might have about the vaccine and pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Most people with underlying medical conditions can safely receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more and find answers to common questions about getting the COVID-19 vaccine if you have underlying health conditions.
Developing a vaccine can take years. Yet, the first COVID-19 vaccines came out less than a year from the discovery of the virus that causes COVID-19. How did that happen?
Learn more about how approved vaccines work to protect you from getting sick from COVID-19. What the vaccine does and does not do, and what is in the vaccines.
All vaccines, including the new COVID-19 vaccines, go through a series of studies and checks. How did researchers include diverse group of people to make sure the vaccine is safe for all groups?
Information about second dose, side effects, continuing with protective measures.
Information for vaccine site partners: provider enrollment, vaccine allergy resources, useful posters and flyers.
Find lesson plans for popular education workshops about COVID-19 and Vaccines. This curriculum is designed to be used by those who do culturally or population specific work in the community.