- If you are feeling sick today, please schedule for at least 10 days after you began feeling sick.
- In the last 10 days, if you have had a positive COVID-19 test or have been told by a healthcare provider or health department to isolate or quarantine due to COVID-19 infection or exposure, you must schedule your Appointment for a date after your isolation or quarantine ends.
- If you have been treated with antibody therapy for COVID-19 in the past 90 days (3 months), you must schedule your Appointment for at least 90 days after the last dose of antibody therapy.
- If you have had any vaccines in the past 14 days (2 weeks), including a flu shot, you must schedule your Appointment for at least 14 days after your most recent vaccination.
- If you are pregnant or considering becoming pregnant, consider discussing with your healthcare provider. You may still schedule an Appointment and get vaccinated if you choose.
- If you have cancer, leukemia, HIV/AIDS, a history of autoimmune disease or any other condition that weakens the immune system, you may have a less strong immune response to the vaccine but may still get vaccinated if you choose.
- If you take any medications that affect your immune system, such as cortisone, prednisone or other steroids, anticancer drugs, or have had any radiation treatments, you may have a less strong immune response to the vaccine but may still get vaccinated if you choose.
- If you have ever had a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction, such as hives or difficulty breathing, to any vaccine or shot, you may still be vaccinated if you choose. Inform the vaccinator and remain in the POD waiting area for 30 minutes after you are vaccinated.