The Pfizer vaccine has been approved for individuals ages 16 and 17. Moderna and Johnson and Johnson are approved for those age 18 and older.
The Williamson County Health Department is administering the Pfizer vaccine.
You do not need to get your second dose in the same location as your first dose. When making your second appointment, make sure to choose a slot that matches the same vaccine as your first dose, so you will receive the same manufacturer for both doses.
Yes, you may get your vaccine in the county of your choosing. When signing up for your appointment, you will be able to view all available vaccine centers.
An ID is not required. All necessary forms are filled out during the registration process online and when you arrive to receive your vaccine.
For your SECOND dose you will need the vaccine record card that you received at your first dose appointment.
When you are checked in at your first dose appointment you automatically receive an email with a link to schedule your second dose appointment.
If you have a smartphone, you are encouraged to schedule your second dose appointment while in your car during your 15 minute waiting period at the end of your first dose appointment.
You will receive a vaccine card that is your record of your first dose. You will need to have it for your second dose appointment.
If you contract COVID after your first dose, wait to receive your second dose until after you have recovered from the virus and your isolation period is completed.
You do not need to wait until 90 days after having the virus to get your second dose.
To reschedule your second dose appointment, use the link in your confirmation email.