Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine
Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine:
The Moderna Bivalent Booster is now available by appointment on Fridays.
You MUST bring your Vaccine Card.
We will need the following information:
Authorized by U.S. FDA For Emergency Use.
- COVID-19 Consent Form- PDF
- State of Texas Immunization Registry Adult Consent Form- PDF
- Prescription Insurance Card or Medicare Card (if applicable)
- Identification Card (such as a Driver's License)
You may bring in your completed consent forms or fill it out when you arrive.
Moderna Fact Sheet:
If you have further questions, please call and ask for a vaccine coordinator.
Frequently asked questions:
- Who can get the new Morderna Omicron Bivalent Boosters?
- Patients ages 18 and older
- How long do you need to wait between your last dose?
- You should wait at least 2 months after receiving your last COVID-19 vaccination
- What is the difference between the monovalent and bivalent COVID-19 vaccines?
- The bivalent COVID-19 vaccine, or “updated boosters”, include an mRNA component of the original strain to provide an immune response that is broadly protective against COVID-19 plus better protection against COVID-19 caused by the Omicron variant.
- Are the previous COVID-19 vaccines still available to receive as a booster, instead of these new doses?
- No, Monovalent mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are no longer authorized as booster doses for individuals ages 12 years and older.
- Are children under the age of 12 available to receive the new bivalent COVID-19 booster?
- No, the Moderna bivalent booster dose is only available for ages 18 years and older.