When should individuals12 and up get a booster?

Everyone over the age of five can – and should – get a booster shot as soon as they are eligible. Individuals 12 years of age and older are eligible for a bivalent vaccine if it has been at least two months since they completed their primary vaccination series or received a booster shot. The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is authorized for use as a booster dose in individuals 12 years and older, and the Moderna bivalent vaccine as a booster dose in individuals 18 years and older.

For more information visit: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Who is eligible for abivalent booster?

If it has been at least two months since you have completed the primary vaccination series or received a booster shot, you are eligible for a bivalent COVID-19 booster. The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is authorized for use as a booster dose in individuals 12 years and older, and the Moderna bivalent vaccine as a booster dose in individuals 18 years and older.

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Is it safe for pregnant people to get a booster?

The CDC recommends COVID-19 vaccination and boosters when eligible for those who are pregnant or hoping to become pregnant. Studies show pregnant individuals are at an increased risk for severe illness, hospitalization and even death from COVID-19. Those infected with COVID-19 during pregnancy are also at an increased risk of preterm birth and stillbirth.

The vaccines are safe and effective, and the data suggest that the benefits of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine outweigh any known or potential risks of vaccination during pregnancy. In fact, vaccination during pregnancy or while breastfeeding builds antibodies that may even help protect the baby.

For more information visit: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists 

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What is a booster?

A “booster” refers to an extra dose of a vaccine after the original (or primary) dose is administered. COVID-19 vaccines remain highly effective against the virus, but protection can wane over time. Booster shots increase the level of immune response in those who are fully vaccinated and provide more protection against COVID-19.

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Can a person get a booster if they recently had COVID-19?

The CDC recommends getting a booster shot as soon as you’re no longer contagious. For most people, that’s about 10 days after testing positive or 10 days after first noticing symptoms.

Getting a COVID-19 booster shot after recovering from COVID-19 increases your body’s immune response helping improve protection against reinfection, which is particularly important in the wake of the Omicron variants.

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What is a bivalent vaccine?

The bivalent COVID-19 vaccine boosters are developed with components that fight both the original virus strain and the Omicron variant to give you broad protection against COVID-19, including better protection against Omicron variants.

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Can children get abooster?

The CDC recommends that all children ages five and up receive a booster shot five months after their initial COVID-19 vaccination series to help protect them against severe illness.

Also, immunocompromised children 12 years and older should get a second booster if it has been at least four months since their first booster shot.

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Why do people need a booster?

The best protection against COVID-19 is to be fully up to date on your COVID-19 vaccinations including booster shots. Vaccination against COVID-19 helps protect the people around you, especially those who may not be able to get the vaccine due to pre-existing conditions and age restrictions.

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