Click here to make an appointment or find a walk-in clinic or school clinic. If you are 12 to 17 years old, look for clinics that offer the Pfizer vaccine and bring a parent or guardian with you.
The Pfizer vaccine is now fully approved (not an emergency approval), so make your appointment today. Children will be eligible for vaccination sometime in the next few months. The state is preparing, and they will be ready to vaccinate that population as soon as it is permitted.
Vermont's Vaccine Dashboard has up-to-date information on the state's vaccination effort.
Right now: Vermont has begun offering booster shots to immunocompromised people with certain medical conditions who got their second shot of Pfizer or Moderna at least 28 days ago. You do not need proof of your condition but may be asked to attest to it.
In the fall: The state will be offering booster shots to Vermonters who are not immunocompromised as recommended by the CDC. These Vermonters will be eligible for a booster eight months after their initial vaccination, starting the week of 9/20.
- Bring your vaccination card with you for your booster
- Some healthcare providers are offering boosters, so eligible people should call their doctors.
- People also can get a booster shot at a pharmacy or a state clinic, but they must get the same type of vaccine they received originally.
- Information on booster shots for those who initially received J&J will be available in the next few weeks.