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COVID-19 Vaccine Information and Updates A close-up of a patient receiving a COVID-19 vaccine from a healthcare professional.
 
 

COVID-19 Booster Updates

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Posted April 7, 2022

The CDC has approved a second COVID-19 booster for people age 50 and older that can be given 4 months after a first booster. People with moderate to severe immunosuppression are also eligible to receive an additional shot.

The CDC has also approved a second COVID-19 mRNA booster (Pfizer or Moderna) for people who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and booster. The second booster can be given 4 months after the first booster.

Visit the CDC for more information on this expanded eligibility.

Johns Hopkins Medicine is offering second COVID-19 booster appointments at some of our locations and at our mobile vaccination clinics.


3 Ways to Get Your Vaccine or Booster

(Vaccines available for individuals 5 and older. Boosters available for individuals 12 and older who meet specific criteria.)

Visit a walk-up or mobile vaccination clinic – no appointments needed for mobile clinics.

Find state and local vaccine resourcesSome vaccination sites offer walk-up vaccinations. The State Center COVID Vaccine Location, a joint operation by University of Maryland Medical System and Johns Hopkins Medicine. is now open.

Schedule your vaccine through MyChart.
For patients only. View scheduling instructions.

Safety Guidelines

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Face masks are required to enter any of our care facilities and expected to be worn at all times, even if you are fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19. We will provide a mask if needed.

Neck gaiters, bandanas, masks with exhalation valves, or clear shield-like face masks are not permitted to be worn as face coverings at Johns Hopkins Medicine facilities.

 
 
 

Understanding the COVID-19 Vaccine

 

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