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Benefits of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.

Prevents and protects.

A vaccine has been shown to be safe and effective at preventing COVID-19. It also greatly reduces the risk of serious illness should you get COVID-19.

Keeps others healthy.

A vaccine will help slow the spread of COVID-19 to others. By protecting yourself, you may be able to protect your family, neighbors, and community.

Gives you peace
of mind.

A vaccine may give you freedom and peace of mind to gather and reconnect with others, travel without quarantining, or attend live events.

Offers discounts and rewards. 

A vaccine is 100% free and may come with incentives. Depending on your city or state, you may be eligible for discounts to live events, free food and more.

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COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

  • According to CDC, as of May 24, 2021, any U.S. resident 12 years of age and older is now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.

    Individuals who are between 12 and 18 years of age must be accompanied by, or receive the consent of, a parent or legal guardian.

  • CDC reports that COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S. are “safe and effective at preventing COVID-19.”

    CDC also believes that a vaccine will prevent you from serious illness if you do get COVID. Receiving a COVID-19 vaccine may also help protect the health and safety of those around you, especially those who may be at greater risk for serious illness from COVID-19.

  • Three vaccines have been authorized for emergency use by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA): 

    • Pfizer-BioNTech
    • Moderna
    • Janssen (Johnson & Johnson)
  • You should get the vaccine that is immediately available and most easily accessible from your location. CDC reports that all three vaccines are “safe, effective and reduce your risk of severe illness.” 

  • COVID-19 vaccines are 100% free, even if you are uninsured. 

  • With the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, two doses (of the same brand vaccine that you initially received) are required, approximately 28 days apart. You will be considered fully vaccinated two weeks after your second dose.

    For example, if you received the Pfizer vaccine on June 1, you should make plans to receive a 2nd dose of the Pfizer vaccine on June 29. You will be considered fully vaccinated by July 15.

    With the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, only one dose is required, and you will be considered fully vaccinated two weeks after your initial shot.

    For more information about the different vaccines that are available, please visit the CDC website.

  • You may experience some common and mild side effects, including soreness of the arm (i.e., the surrounding area where the shot was given), fatigue, headache, or muscle or joint aches. 

    For more information on vaccine safety, contact your vaccine administrator or healthcare provider.

  • For New York City residents

    Visit the NYC COVID-19 Vaccine Locator or call 1-877-VAX-4NYC to find a New York City-run vaccination site and schedule an appointment.

    For New Jersey residents

    Visit the New Jersey COVID-19 Vaccine Locator website or call 1-855-568-0545 from 8am to 8pm ET to find a New Jersey-run vaccination megasite and schedule your appointment.

    For Florida residents

    Visit the Florida COVID-19 Vaccine Locator website or call 1-866-779-6121 to find your nearest vaccination site.

    You can also visit and enter your zip code to find other vaccination sites, such as drug stores and pharmacies, which may be located in your area. 

  • Depending on your location, you may be eligible for a door-to-door home vaccination program.

    For New York City residents

    Individuals who are 75 years of age or older and are fully homebound, you can complete the form to receive a call from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

    For New Jersey residents

    Complete the form on the NJ Health website to make a homebound vaccine request.

    For Florida residents

    Complete the form online or make a homebound vaccine request by email:

  • Call the National COVID-19 Vaccination Assistance Hotline at 1-800-232-0233.

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