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Vermont Rolling Out Coronavirus Booster Shots

September 24, 2021

Pfizer booster shots against coronavirus are now available for some people in Vermont.

Starting on Friday, September 24, people in the Green Mountain state who are 80 years old or older will be eligible for an additional shot, according to Vermont Governor Phil Scott’s office. State officials recommend that people get the booster shot six months after getting the second dose of the vaccine.

The state plans to gradually expand access to these booster shots. The eligibility age is set to lower to 75 and older on September 27, 70 and older on September 29, and 65 and older on October 1.

There is no timeline on booster shots for Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines in the state yet.


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