Kids and the COVID-19 Vaccine

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Vaccine Appointments Through Norton Children’s

Norton Healthcare offers COVID-19 vaccination appointments for ages 5 and older. Appointments are required due to high demand for vaccinations.

Communication about your vaccine appointment, including scheduling of your second dose, will come through your free MyNortonChart account. If you don’t have a MyNortonChart account, sign up today.

Schedule Your Vaccine or Testing

Vaccination appointments are available and strongly recommended for those eligible per state guidelines.

Who Is Eligible for a COVID-19 Booster?

Individuals ages 18 and older who received a Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine are eligible for a booster shot six months or more after their initial series.

Individuals ages 18 and older who received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine are eligible for a booster shot two months or more after their first shot.

For COVID-19 vaccine appointment information, including boosters for individuals ages 18 and older, click here.

Boosters for Immunocompromised Patients

Norton Children’s offers COVID-19 booster vaccinations for Pfizer vaccine recipients ages 12 to 18 who are immunocompromised.

Please speak with your health care provider about your condition and whether getting an additional dose is appropriate for you.

Accessing Your COVID-19 Vaccination Record

Details of your COVID-19 vaccination history — including the dates of each vaccine dose — are available in your MyNortonChart account.

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