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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

富二代成版人app, in partnership with NewYork-Presbyterian, is committed to keeping you safe and protecting you and your loved ones from COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccinations are available to eligible groups.

Patients Eligible for Receiving COVID-19 Vaccines

For a first or second dose:

  • All individuals age 6 month and over who reside in the United States

For a new booster dose:

  • Received your last booster shot or completed your primary series of the COVID-19 vaccine at least two months ago.
  • For Moderna booster, you must be 6 months old or older.
  • For Pfizer booster, you must be 6 monhts old or older.

For more information on vaccine booster doses and eligibility, please听听for the latest guidance.

Sign Up for Connect for Updates

  • You will need an appointment to receive the vaccine. You may schedule yours and receive all vaccine information updates through our Connect patient portal. To ensure your Connect account is active or to sign up for a new one, please visit here to login or register.

  • Appointments appear on the patient portal as times become available. You can also visit vaccines.gov to find a COVID-19 vaccine location near you.

COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions

Why vaccinate against COVID-19?

颁耻谤谤别苍迟濒测,听there is no cure for听this potentially deadly virus. The听COVID-19vaccineis a proven and safe way to help your body听defend itself听by developing听immunity to听it.

Are the vaccines safe and effective?

Yes.听Since none of the vaccines听contain live coronavirus,听they cannot听give you COVID-19.Millions of Americans have received these听vaccines听without major unexpected side effects.In very rare cases,听people experienced serious allergic reactions, but these have generally occurred in individuals with a history of serious allergic reactions.

The vaccines听are highly effective atpreventingsevere听COVID-19 and resulting complications. They significantly听lower听your risk of becoming acutely ill from the virus,听being hospitalized,听or dying from it.

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Can I contract COVID-19 from the vaccine?

No. It is impossible for the vaccine to give you COVID-19; it does not use the live virus that causes COVID-19.

What are some side effects to the COVID-19 vaccine?

The most common reaction听is sorenessat the injection site听in the upper arm. Other reactions may鈥痠nclude fatigue, headache, muscle听or听joint aches,听or听less commonly, fever. These听normal听reactions, which are听more likely to听occur听with the second dose,indicate听that your body is building immunity.

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I鈥檝e already had COVID-19. Do I still need to get vaccinated?

Yes. It is听still听possible to听become re-infected,听and the vaccine听may听provide extra protection.

Who should not get the COVID-19 vaccine?

The vaccine is not recommended for people who may be allergic to听its听ingredients,听are taking听medications or听undergoing听treatments (e.g., for cancer) that听may听interact negatively with听it.听It also may听not be recommended for听children听younger than听age 5.听

Anyone who has had a history of a severe allergic reaction to any component of the vaccine should NOT receive the vaccine. Please consult with your doctor first.

Please consult your physician about the vaccines risks and benefits, and review CDC guides on听 and the听.

Should I take the vaccine if I鈥檓 pregnant, expecting, or breastfeeding?

If you are pregnant听and get听COVID-19, then you have an increased听risk of being hospitalized听or dying from听the virus. You have听an even greater risk if听you听have听.听You should听discuss听the risks听and benefitsofthe vaccine with your provider.

Meanwhile,听The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), FDA, and听CDC听recommend that you take the vaccine if you are:听听

  • considering听getting pregnant,to prevent possible complications of听the virus听during听pregnancy;
  • currently pregnant,听especially if you听have听other chronic conditions; or,
  • breastfeeding, since听the vaccine听cannot听get into the breast milk or affect听your听baby. You should not stop breast feeding to get the vaccine.鈥

Does the current vaccine protect against the new coronavirus strain?

Yes, experts believe the COVID-19 vaccines will be effective against this variant. According to the CDC, there is no evidence that the new variant strain is able to evade immunity induced by current COVID-19 vaccines.

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