COVID-19 Vaccine Information

You cannot receive your COVID-19 vaccine at the Chester County Health Department if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms OR you have been exposed to COVID-19 within 10 days of your appointment. Please reschedule your appointment using the “Change/Cancel Appointment” button in your confirmation and reminder emails. Walk-in appointments are unavailable at this time. 

You must wear a mask to your appointment. Vaccine clinics are considered healthcare settings, therefore masks are required to enter clinic buildings.

vaccines for kids ages 6 months to 11 years
Informed consent form
Consentimiento Informado
  1. What's New?
  2. Booster and 3rd Dose Guidance
  3. Schedule a Vaccine Appointment
  4. Safety Information
  5. Replace My Vaccine Card
  • Find out when you can get your booster here.
  • Pfizer bivalent boosters for children ages 5-11 years old are now available at the Chester County Health Department. Children in this age group can receive the latest booster 2 months after dose 2 or their previous booster. We will ONLY carry the Pfizer bivalent booster in the age 5-11 age group. The Moderna bivalent booster will now only be available for those age 12+ years.
  • Walk-in appointments are unavailable at this time.

Stay Up to Date with Your Vaccines

  • Up to date means a person has received all recommended COVID-19 vaccines, including any booster dose(s) when eligible
  • Fully vaccinated means a person has received their primary series of COVID-19 vaccines
  • Pfizer and Moderna Primary Series: An 8-week interval between dose 1 and dose 2 may be optimal for some people ages 12 and older,COVID19 vaccine schedule for most people 10.22 Opens in new window especially for males ages 12 - 39 years. 
    • A shorter interval (3 weeks for Pfizer-BioNTech; 4 weeks for Moderna) between the 1st and 2nd doses remains the recommended interval for: people who are moderately or severely immunocompromised; adults ages 65 years and older; and others who need rapid protection due to increased concern about community transmission or risk of severe disease.

Last update: Tuesday, September 6, 2022