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Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for ages 5-11 years

(En español) Caregivers, the best way to keep your child safe is with the safe, effective, thoroughly tested COVID-19 vaccine. The long-term effects of a pediatric COVID case can be serious and last months; the most common side-effect of the COVID vaccine, which provides lasting protection, is a sore arm. The best way to protect your child against COVID-19, including the Delta variant, is to get them vaccinated! Learn more about the vaccine here: CDC Information Page for Caregivers.

Dec. 1 Vaccination Clinic for Ages 5-11 ONLY

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is providing first and second doses of the FREE Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for ages 5-11 years at a special clinic 3-6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 1 at Consolidated Baptist Church,1625 Russell Cave Road. Walk-ins will not be accepted. A legal guardian MUST be present at the time of the shot.

Register here: https://tiny.lfchd.org/l?eventKey=23DAB095600173FEBCB0A8E349BACFFF

Because of the differences in the dosage for this age group, this clinic is ONLY for ages 5-11 years. 

Registration information

  • Each recipient MUST register in advance.
  • You may enter up to 8 registrants per phone number or email address.
  • Registration will close when all appointment slots are full. Every person who attends the clinic MUST be registered in advance.
  • If this if a first dose, a second dose will be needed in 21 days. You can call our Public Health Clinic at 859-288-2483 to schedule a same-day appointment every Monday, Wednesday or Friday.

Thank you for your interest in getting vaccinated. If you need assistance, please call our call center at 859-899-2222.

Public Health Clinic

Starting Wednesday, Nov. 10, the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for ages 5-11 years will be available by same-day appointment in our Public Health Clinic at 650 Newtown Pike. Call 859-288-2483 to schedule your same-day appointment every Monday, Wednesday and Friday! A legal guardian MUST be present at the time of the shot.

Caregivers, the best way to keep your child protected from COVID-19 is with the safe effective, thoroughly tested vaccine. The long-term effects of a pediatric COVID case can be serious and last months; the most common side-effect of the COVID vaccine, which provides lasting protection, is a sore arm. The best way to protect your child against COVID-19, including the Delta variant, is to get them vaccinated!

Learn more about the vaccine in this FAQ from the American Academy of Pediatrics: https://www.healthychildren.org/English/health-issues/conditions/COVID-19/Pages/The-Science-Behind-the-COVID-19-Vaccine-Parent-FAQs.aspx.

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