Questions and Answers about Kids and the COVID-19 Vaccine

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Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines by discussing with your health care provider or adhering to recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments

The vaccine is available at various Norton Healthcare locations throughout the Louisville area. Appointments can be scheduled at NortonChildrens.com/COVID-19 or NortonHealthcare.com/COVID-19. You will have the option to select the location that works best for you. You also may call your provider or your child’s provider’s office to make an appointment for the vaccine.

The vaccine is free, but if you have an insurance card, please bring it. In addition, the patient should wear a loose-fitting top that allows easy access to the upper arm. No proof of age is required. Plan to stay 15 to 30 minutes after you or your child receives the vaccine. If the appointment is for a booster, please bring your (or your child’s) COVID-19 vaccination card.

You can confirm the date, time and location of your appointment by signing in to you or your child’s free MyNortonChart account. You’ll need proxy access to see your child’s information. If you don’t already have proxy access, sign up here.

If you do not receive a confirmation email or text message, your child’s appointment may not have been scheduled successfully. Please try again, and make sure that you click “Schedule It” at the end of the scheduling process. You also can contact our vaccine scheduling team at (502) 861-4499.

You may access your or your child’s records of vaccination through MyNortonChart.

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