The Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services announced that it has received written guidance from the Maryland Department of Health and will begin offering second COVID-19 boosters at Montgomery County clinics beginning today, March 30.
Per Montgomery County:
Effective March 30, 2022, our County-run clinics provide second COVID-19 booster shots as recommended by the FDA and CDC.
If you are 18 years and older, you may choose any of the available COVID-19 vaccines as your booster. If you want a specific vaccine as your booster, check that your vaccination site has it available.
12 to 17-year-olds must select Pfizer boosters.
|If you got||You can get a booster||If you are|
|Pfizer||5 months after second dose||12 years and older|
|Moderna||5 months after second dose||18 years and older|
|Johnson & Johnson||2 months after single dose|
If you immunocompromised and ages 12 to 17, you may get a second booster of Pfizer vaccine at least 4 months after your first booster.
If you are 50 years and older, or immunocompromised and 18 years and older, you may get a second booster of Moderna or Pfizer vaccine at least 4 months after your first booster.
|If you got||An additional dose of Moderna or Pfizer is recommended||You can get a Moderna or Pfizer booster||If you are|
|Pfizer||At least 28 days after your second dose||at least 3 months after third dose (ages 12 to 17: Pfizer only)||Immunocompromised and 12 years and older|
|Moderna||At least 28 days after your second dose||at least 3 months after third dose||Immunocompromised and 18 years and older|
|Johnson & Johnson||At least 28 days after your first dose||At least 2 months after second dose|
— Montgomery County DHHS (@MoCoDHHS) March 30, 2022
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