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Booster Information

Updated May 17, 2022

You should get a booster (or two) based on your age and/or health status:

People 50 and older:

People 12 to 49 years:

Children 5 to 11 years:

  • The FDA has approved boosters for this population but the CDC has not yet; we expect the CDC to make their recommendation on Thursday, May 19. We will update this page with the current status on that day.

Anyone who received Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccine:

  • Get a Moderna or Pfizer booster at least 2 months after your primary dose.
  • If you are 50 or older or are moderately or severely immunocompromised, or had Janssen for both your primary series and 1st booster: Get a 2nd booster (Moderna or Pfizer) at least 4 months after your 1st booster.

More information from the CDC about who should get a booster