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Moderna and J&J Booster update

Last night the CDC director approved the panel’s recommendation to administer booster doses to recipients of Moderna and J&J. She also approved the use of any vaccine as a booster to another series. Based on the current data available, it seems Moderna is the booster to get, but recipients are welcome to choose.

We have Pfizer and Moderna available for anyone in the following categories: 65+, 18+ living in long-term care or group setting, 18+ with chronic medical conditions (asthma, high blood pressure, etc), and 18+ essential workers. You will still be required to sign an attestation that you are eligible at the time of vaccination, but rest assured, this is intended to be a broad offering of boosters. If you think you may qualify, you probably do. Please make appointments via our website.

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