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Yes. At this time, you will be able to choose which vaccine you receive based on availability at the specific vaccination location. It is recommended that you complete the series with the same vaccine but it is not required.
Yes, though they should be administered in separate sites (arms). Individual medical situations may require physician input.
You will be monitored for 15-30 minutes after each dose. Report any immediate adverse reactions to healthcare workers on site. If an adverse reaction occurs at home, please call your doctor. If you are experiencing any trouble breathing or feel you cannot wait to see your doctor, visit your nearest emergency room or dial 911.
If you currently have COVID, no. It is recommended that you can delay vaccinations and boosters for 90 days after recovery from COVID to extend your coverage. While you should stay home if you are not well with other illnesses, there may be reasons why you should proceed with your vaccination. Please consult your healthcare provider for guidance.
ACIP – Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices
FDA – Food and Drug Administration
EUA – Emergency Use Authorization
CDC – Center for Disease Control
HCP – Helath Care Provider (includes EMS providers)
VAMS – Vaccine Administration Management System
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