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COVID-19 Vaccines

By order of the governor, all Pennsylvanians age 6 months and older are eligible to receive vaccination for COVID-19

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Due to storage requirements and to prevent crowding, appointments are required for all COVID-19 vaccines at this time.

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COVID-19 Vaccines Available:
Bivalent Doses are now available for ages 6 months and older!

Moderna 

Spikevax (age 12+)
Pediatric age 6 - 11 years 
Pediatric age 6 months - 5 years 

Bivalent Boosters -- now available for ages 6 months and older 
(Monovalent Boosters are no longer available)

Pfizer 
Comirnaty (age 12+)
Pediatric age 5 - 11 years 
Pediatric age 6 months - 4 years 
Bivalent Boosters -- now available for ages 6 months and older

(Monovalent Boosters are no longer available) 

Novavax 
For ages 12+
Booster doses available

Fill Out Our Consent Form!

After the form is submitted, you will be immediately redirected to schedule your vaccine in addition to an emailed link!

Having trouble?

Give us a call! 

412-344-6700   Option 5 

Our pharmacy technicians will be able to help you schedule over the phone!

Vaccine Information

Patient Fact Sheets
and
Vaccine Information Statements (VIS)

Moderna 6 months to 5 years
Moderna 6 months to 5 years
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Moderna 6 years and older
Moderna 6 years and older
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Moderna FAQ
Moderna FAQ
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Pfizer 6 months to 4 years
Pfizer 6 months to 4 years
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Pfizer 5 - 11 years
Pfizer 5 - 11 years
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Pfizer 12 and Older
Pfizer 12 and Older
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Pfizer FAQ
Pfizer FAQ
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Novavax age 12+
Novavax age 12+
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COVID-19 Vaccine Dose Schedule

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Additional Information 

Patients please be aware: 
Text messages may arrive as a secure message from Dr. Tom Riley, our pharmacist, through a link
This is not a scam message and allows for HIPAA compliant messaging!

Updated 12/13/2022                                         All educational content found on this page is sourced from the CDC

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