COVID-19 Vaccinations   

Getting vaccinated continues to be the most powerful way to reduce your risk of suffering severe complications – including death – from a COVID-19 infection.  

At this current time, Open Door is offering Pfizer and Moderna bivalent vaccines and boosters at all our sites.   

The COVID-19 booster can be given along with the flu vaccine. 

Individuals who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are eligible for the new booster shot targeting the Omicron subvariants. You are eligible for this booster dose if your last shot (regular vaccine dose or booster) was at least two months ago.  

  • Pfizer bivalent vaccines are available for all age groups.  
  • Moderna bivalent vaccine are only available for adults 18 years and older.  

Will I be able to get vaccinated if I’m uninsured or underinsured?  

Yes. Health Uninsured patients don’t need to worry. The COVID-19 vaccines are FREE for uninsured patients. And if someone is insured, the health insurance will cover the cost of the vaccine. Cost should NOT be a barrier to getting vaccinated.  

  
How to Get Tested?  

If you would like to get screened for COVID-19 and are not experiencing symptoms, consider an at-home self-test. Even if you have no symptoms, it is recommended that you have a self-test before and after travel or if you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19.  

If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, have possibly been exposed, or need testing prior to a medical procedure, please contact us. Open Door currently offers same-day appointments and walk-ins for COVID-19 vaccination are welcome.  

  
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Latest CDC COVID-19 Resources
 
CDC’s COVID Vaccination guidance – all you’ve ever wanted to know about vaccines for COVID is found at this excellent site.    

CDC’s Summary of treatment options – go here to explore the CDC’s summary of current and valid treatment options.     

CDC’s Isolation and Quarantine guidance – check out this site out for the latest on how to calculate your isolation and quarantine needs.