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Covid-19 Clinic Information


  • Vaccine Appointments are available on Thursdays from 9am-12pm.
  • COVID Vaccine/Testing Line:
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"The process I went through when I tested for Covid was a fairly straightforward, easy process that was made that way by the professional staff at CRNA."

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    Available Covid -19 Vaccines



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    Two-Dose Primary Series

    Who is Eligible?

    • Those Age 6 months to 49 years are eligible to receive a total of 3 doses
    • Those Age 50 years and older are eligible to receive a total of 4 doses
    • Those who have a certain kind of immunocompromise are eligible to receive up to a total of 5 doses based on their age. Please speak to your or your child’s primary care provider to determine if you or your child falls in this category.

      3rd Primary Series Dose

      • Who is Eligible? Ages 5 and up with certain kinds of immunocompromise. 
        • The vaccine is administered in one dose: at least 28 days after the primary series second dose.
        • Do I qualify? If you have undergone a solid organ transplant or have been diagnosed with conditions that are considered to have an equivalent level of immunocompromise.

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      Two-Dose Primary Series

      An mRNA vaccine available for Everyone Age 6 months and Older

      • Those Age 6 months to 17 years are eligible to receive a total of 2 doses
      • Those Age 18 years to 49 years are eligible receive a total of 3 doses
      • Those Age 50 and older are eligible to receive a total of 4 doses
      • Those who have a certain kind of immunocompromise are eligible to receive up to a total of 5 doses based on their age. Please speak to your or your child’s primary care provider to determine if you or your child are in this category.

      3rd Primary Series Dose

      • Who is Eligible? Ages 18 and up with certain kinds of immunocompromise. 
        • The vaccine is administered in one dose: at least 1 month after the primary series second dose.
        • Do I qualify? If you have undergone a solid organ transplant or have been diagnosed with conditions that are considered to have an equivalent level of immunocompromise.

       

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      One-Dose Primary Series

      A viral vector vaccine available for those Age 18 years and Older

      • Those Age 18 years and older are eligible to receive a total of 2 doses
      • Those who have received 2 doses of Janssen’s COVID-19 Vaccine are eligible to receive an mRNA booster for a total of 3 doses
      • Those who have received 1 dose of Janssen’s COVID-19 Vaccine, 1 dose of an mRNA vaccine, and have a certain kind of immunocompromise are recommended to receive an mRNA Booster for a total of 3 doses. Please speak to your primary care provider to determine if you are in this category.


      Available Booster Vaccines

      All available Single Booster Doses can be given to eligible recipients of other COVID-19 vaccines if they have completed their primary vaccine series.

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      Single Booster Dose 

      • Who is Eligible? Individuals 12 years and up who completed a primary series at least 5 months prior.
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      Single Booster Dose 

      • Who is Eligible? Individuals 18 years and up who completed a primary series at least 5 months prior.
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        Single Booster Dose 

        • Who is Eligible? Individuals 18 years and up who completed a primary series at least 2 months prior.

        Who can get a second booster dose?

        People over the age of 50 and some immunocompromised individuals may receive a second mRNA booster (Pfizer or Moderna) four months after their first booster dose. Additionally, people who have received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine for both their primary dose and booster dose may receive a second booster dose using an mRNA vaccine.

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