We have the Pfizer vaccine. It requires 2 shots, with the 2nd being at least 21 days after the first shot.
Contact your PCM team to be screened. Once your PCM team verifies that you meet the high risk criteria they will refer you to the COVID Scheduling team.
Yes, IF your OB/GYN provider recommends and writes an order.
For breastfeeding mothers, yes, after consulting with PCM/pediatrician.
No, you will have to complete the series with the same product.
No. Please call the appointment line to set up an appointment with your PCM team for screening.
Yes, as long as your isolation period is over and you are no longer symptomatic.
The CDC recommends a 2 week waiting period between receiving a COVID vaccine and any other vaccination, including the Flu vaccine.
The 2 week period applies to both before and after receiving the COVID vaccine.
No. The 6th Medical Group has the Pfizer vaccine.
You must be 16 or older.
No, only ID card holders are eligible to receive the COVID vaccine on base.
The Florida Health Department has multiple locations to receive the vaccine and the list can be found online at http://www.floridahealth.gov/programs-and-services/immunization/COVID-19VaccineInfo/index.html
You have to able to finish the 2 shot series, receiving both shots from the same manufacturer (ex. Pfizer). Therefore, if you are going to be gone for an extended period of time, you should receive your COVID vaccine at your destination. This is to ensure you are able to complete your 2 shot series with the same product.
Contact public health as soon as you are notified of upcoming travel.
No. However with any vaccine symptoms listed below may occur for up to72 hours:
If you have a severe allergic reaction please call 9-1-1, or go to the nearest hospital.