Use this tool to determine when you are eligible for your next booster shot.

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Pfizer

Based on the information you provided, you are eligible to receive your COVID-19 booster . Talk to your primary care provider if you have questions about when you can receive a booster.

Based on the information you provided, It’s been 6 months or more since your last Pfizer vaccine and you are eligible for the booster. Visit vaccines.gov to find a vaccine provider and preferred vaccine near you.

The date you can receive your booster shot is...

A second booster dose is recommended for individuals ages 50 and older who received a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at four months or more after they received the first booster.

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Pfizer

Booster shots are recommended for individuals ages 5 and older who received a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at 5 months or more after they complete the initial series.

Moderna

Based on the information you provided, you are eligible to receive your COVID-19 booster . Talk to your primary care provider if you have questions about when you can receive a booster.

Based on the information you provided, It’s been 6 months or more since your last Moderna vaccine and you are eligible for the booster. Visit vaccines.gov to find a vaccine provider and preferred vaccine near you.

The date you can receive your booster shot is...

A second booster is recommended for individuals ages 50 and older who received a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at four months or more after they received the first booster.

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Moderna

Booster shots are recommended for individuals ages 18 years and older who received a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at 5 months or more after they complete the initial series.

J&J

Based on the information you provided, you are eligible to receive your COVID-19 booster . Talk to your primary care provider if you have questions about when you can receive a booster.

Based on the information you provided, It’s been 2 months or more since your last J&J vaccine and you are eligible for the booster. Visit vaccines.gov to find a vaccine provider and preferred vaccine near you.

The date you can receive your booster shot is...

A second booster is recommended for individuals ages 50 and older who first received a J&J COVID-19 vaccine, regardless of what type of booster they received at four months or more after they received the first booster.

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J&J

Individuals who are 18 years and older and received the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine, a booster dose is recommended at two or more months after the initial vaccine.

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COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

It is natural to have questions about the rollout of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines. This page answers some frequently asked questions about the vaccines.

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