Stay Up to Date with Your Vaccines
Everyone 6 months and older should get one dose of the 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine if it has been at least two months since their last dose of any COVID-19 vaccine. This year’s vaccines protect against serious illness from more current strains of the virus.
Some people may need additional doses, including:
- People who are moderately or severely immunocompromised.
- Children under 5, depending on timing and previous COVID-19 vaccinations.
Three COVID-19 vaccines were updated for 2023-2024—Pfizer and Moderna and Novavax for those 12 years of age and older who are unable or choose not to get Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. Please note, there is very limited supply of Novavax vaccine in Vermont.
- You do NOT need insurance to get vaccinated. You may be asked if you have insurance for reimbursement reasons, but you cannot be denied vaccination if you have no insurance. See where to get vaccinated in Vermont
- You do NOT need to share a Social Security Number or driver’s license/state ID number. In Vermont, you are not required to provide that information and you cannot be turned away from getting vaccinated if you do not provide identification. If you do provide it, it will be used only for the pharmacy's reimbursement purposes.
- You do NOT need to be a U.S. citizen. Everyone can receive COVID-19 services, regardless of immigration status. Information you share will not be shared with immigration services and vaccinations paid for by the federal government will not impact anyone’s current or future immigration status.
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