Stay Up to Date with Your Vaccines
You are up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines when you have received all doses in the primary series and all boosters recommended for you, when eligible.
- COVID-19 primary series vaccines for everyone ages 6 months and older.
- COVID-19 boosters for everyone ages 5 years to 11, if eligible.
- Updated (bivalent) boosters for everyone ages 12 years and older who completed their primary COVID-19 vaccine series or received their last booster or additional dose at least two months ago.
- People who are moderately or severely immunocompromised follow specific recommendations for COVID-19 vaccines, including boosters.
Find more on recommended doses from CDC
Help Getting Vaccinated
If you cannot get vaccines through any of the options above, you can call the Health Department at 802-863-7200 or toll-free 800-464-4343.
Need a ride? If you do not have transportation to get a free COVID-19 vaccine or booster, please contact your local public transportation provider or call Vermont Public Transportation Association (VPTA) at 833-387-7200.
Vermonters who are homebound can get the vaccine in their homes. Homebound means you are not able to leave your home for scheduled medical care or non-medical appointments. Please reach out to your local home health agency, or if you are not in the service of a home health agency, you may request an appointment by calling 802-863-7200 (toll-free 800-464-4343), Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
English language learners, or immigrant or refugee community members, who would like to learn about more about vaccine clinics can contact the Association of Africans Living in Vermont (AALV) at 802-985-3106.
Find a Walk-in Clinic
We are providing walk-in clinics to make it easier for Vermonters to get COVID-19 and flu vaccines.
- Flu shots for people under 65, look for Flu < 65. For people ages 65 and older, please contact your health care provider or local pharmacy to find out how to get vaccinated.
- Updated (bivalent) boosters for ages 12+, look for Pfizer Bivalent Booster 12+ or Moderna Bivalent Booster 18+.
- For ages 12-17, look for clinics that offer the Pfizer vaccine and bring a parent or guardian with you.
- For children ages 5-11, look for a clinic that offers Pfizer (Ages 5-11).
- For children ages 6 months – 5 years, look for a clinic that offers Moderna (under age 6) or Pfizer (under age 5).
Novavax is not currently available at our walk-in clinics, but you can ask your Primary Care Provider, and it can be found at many health clinics around the state. You can find vaccine specific locations at: vaccines.gov
ASL interpretation is available by video at walk-in vaccination clinics.