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COVID Vaccine Scheduling

Vaccine is in high demand and limited in quantity. Vaccine availability is the limiting factor for making appointments in the short term while vaccine providers across the state (i.e. health departments, hospitals, physicians offices, pharmacies, etc.) await their order allocations.

Appointments are required and available for scheduling online only at this time. Walk-ins cannot be accommodated. Appointments cannot be made by visiting or call our health centers.

The Health Department is releasing appointments only for the amount of vaccine currently in stock. If there are no appointments available, that means we have scheduled all appointments to exhaust our supply of vaccine. We will not release additional appointments until we have received more doses of vaccine to ensure we can meet demand. Thank you for your patience. 

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**NOTE: The appointment scheduling system is optimized for Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

 

Second dose appointments

Moderna and Pfizer vaccines require individuals to return for a second vaccine after a few weeks of receiving the first dose to increase the vaccines’ effectiveness.

Individuals do not need to have the second dose exactly at the interval recommended by the vaccine manufacturer. Vaccine experts have said there is no reason to think the second dose won’t be as effective if it is not received in a narrow window of time. Therefore, if the second dose of the vaccine is administered >3 weeks after the first Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine dose or >1 month after the first Moderna vaccine dose, there is no need to restart the series.

Source: www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/info-by-product/clinical-considerations.html