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Jump to . Anyone age 12 and older is eligible to be vaccinated, regardless of residency. Learn about vaccines for people years old. If you are 12 - 17 years old, look for clinics that offer the Pfizer vaccine and bring a parent or guardian with you. ASL interpretation video remote interpreting is available at all state-run vaccination clinics.
If you are 12 - 17 years old and are making an appointment online through the Health Department website, you will only see appointments for the Pfizer vaccine since that is the only vaccine that is authorized for people age 12 - 17 years old. Certain pharmacies, including CVS and Kinney Drugs, are also offering the Pfizer vaccine to this age group, and some have walk-in opportunities. Some of the school-located vaccine clinics have other ways of making sure consent is given, and you can learn about that from your school or school district. Talk with your health care provider if you've had an immediate allergic reaction to any other vaccine, injectable therapy, or polysorbate, or if you have questions about whether getting the vaccine is right for you because of health conditions, allergies, or other vaccines you've received recently.
Make An appointment. Use the blue button above to make an appointment through the state website, which includes clinics run by the Health Department, the National Guard, health care partners, Costco, Hannaford, Price Chopper, Rite Aid, Shaws and Walmart.
You will make your second-dose appointment when you get your first dose. Read answers to common questions , like what to expect at your appointment, requesting an ASL interpreter, and rescheduling an appointment. Homebound means you are not able to leave your home for scheduled medical or non-medical appointments. If you are currently eligible to get the vaccine and are homebound, you will be able to get the vaccine in your home. If you or anyone in your household identifies as Black, Indigenous, or a person of color BIPOC , including anyone with Abenaki or other First Nations heritage, all household members who are 12 years or older have the option to get vaccinated at a BIPOC-focused community clinic.
If you prefer to schedule your appointment by phone, you can contact the Burlington Resource and Recovery Center at Learn more about working toward equity. If you are age 12 or older, you can choose to register for one of these clinics. If you are eligible for vaccination, you can also make an appointment by calling Press 1 if you need interpretation services. Find out why you need two doses. If you make your appointment through the Health Department website and are getting a vaccine that requires two doses, clinic staff will schedule your dose 2 appointment before you leave your dose 1 appointment.
You can also schedule your own dose 2 appointment online or by calling , but only after you go to your dose 1 appointment. If you make your appointment with a pharmacy partner that has their own appointment website, they may do things a bit differently:. We urge you not to cancel your dose 2 appointment unless it is absolutely necessary, like an injury or illness. This will help make sure you get your second dose with the same vaccine and on the recommended schedule. If you reschedule your dose 2 appointment, you may need to wait longer or travel farther than you prefer.
Also, cancellations and unplanned no-shows could cause the vaccine to be spoiled. If you made your appointment through the Health Department and you must cancel or reschedule, call or go online to cancel or reschedule your appointment. If you made your appointment at a pharmacy through their appointment website , contact the pharmacy. Side effects from the vaccine are normal s that your body is building protection against COVID They might even affect your daily activities but should go away in a few days. Some people have no side effects. Common side effects are:.
What to do about side effects:. You are fully vaccinated 14 days after your final shot. Once you are fully vaccinated, you can go back to doing all the activities you did before the pandemic. However, if you have a condition or take medications that weaken your immune system, you may not be fully protected even if you are fully vaccinated. Talk to your health care provider about whether you should continue taking all precautions. Until you are fully vaccinated, you can choose to follow the prevention steps to reduce the risk of getting or spreading COVID Health care settings may follow separate guidance.
Read CDC's guidance for health care workers. If you are a close contact of someone with COVID , as long as you do not have symptoms and are not in a health care setting:. Statewide Public Records Request. Get your free vaccine without an appointment! Find a walk-in clinic here. Main St. Albans District Office 27 Federal St. Albans Police Dept. People 12 - 17 years old.
Walgreens requires a parent or guardian to be present and give consent at the appointment. When to talk to your health care provider. Appointments are alSo available. Make an appointment for a free vaccine. To speak with someone in a language other than English, call this , and then press 1. For people who are Deaf or hard of hearing, you can make a TTY call to this .
How to add a spouse or dependent to your . Special Locations for Certain Groups. People who are homebound. If you are in the service of a local home health agency, the agency will reach out to you to schedule an appointment. If you are not in the service of a home health agency, you may request an appointment by calling toll-free Monday through Friday from a. You can make an make an appointment online at community vaccination sites or by calling the Health Department at Or You can make an appointment at BIPOC-focused community clinics led by partners in the Burlington area using the forms or phone s below.
Or You can make an appointment at a pharmacy link is external. After Your Vaccine. Second dose. If you get the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, you should get the dose 2 about 21 days after the dose 1. If you get the Moderna vaccine, you should get the dose 2 about 28 days after the dose 1. If you miss your second dose, please get it as soon as you can. Find out why you need two doses Making a second dose appointment If you make your appointment through the Health Department website and are getting a vaccine that requires two doses, clinic staff will schedule your dose 2 appointment before you leave your dose 1 appointment.
If you make your appointment with a pharmacy partner that has their own appointment website, they may do things a bit differently: Kinney Drugs schedules second dose appointments at the first dose appointment. CVS allows you to schedule first and second doses at the same time. Or you can schedule only dose 2. You will need select which vaccine you got for dose 1 to make sure you get same vaccine type for dose 2.
Walgreens allows you to schedule dose 1 and dose 2 at the same time, but only if dose 2 appointments are available. Otherwise, neither dose appointments can be schedule. Or you can just schedule dose 2 and you will need select which vaccine you got for dose 1 to make sure you get same vaccine type for dose 2.
Keep your second dose appointment We urge you not to cancel your dose 2 appointment unless it is absolutely necessary, like an injury or illness. Side effects. What should I know about side effects? Common side effects are: Pain, swelling or redness on the arm where you got the shot Tiredness Headache Chills Muscle or t pain Fever Nausea or vomiting What to do about side effects: After your vaccine, you can take pain relievers for any side effects you may have from the vaccine to help you feel better.
Don't take them before you get the vaccine to prevent side effects. You can use V-safe to tell the CDC about any side effects and to get reminders for your second dose. V-safe is an optional smartphone tool that uses text messages and web surveys to provide personalized check-ins. Learn more and register at cdc. Call or go to vaers. What can I do once I am vaccinated?Fuck date Coaticook, Quebec
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