COVID-19 VACCINATIONS

Variety Care is offering the Pfizer, Moderna and J&J vaccines.

  • Pfizer is available to patients ages 5 and older
  • Moderna is available to patients ages 18 and older
  • J&J is available to patients ages 18 and older

FIRST DOSE COVID-19 VACCINE APPOINTMENTS

To schedule a COVID-19 Vaccine, please call us at (405) 632 - 6688.

What you need for your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment:

1. Download, Print and Fill out the Consent form. You will need to bring this with you to your appointment.

Consent Forms

2. Bring your insurance card with you. Those without insurance will still receive a vaccine for free.

3. Bring a valid form of ID with you.

SECOND DOSE COVID-19 VACCINE APPOINTMENTS

For full protection, individuals ages 5 and older will need to receive two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, depending on age. If you received a J&J COVID-19 vaccine, the CDC recommends a booster of Pfizer or Moderna two months after your primary dose.

When to receive your second dose:

  • Pfizer - 21 days after your first dose
  • Moderna - 28 days after your first dose
  • J&J - Pfizer or Moderna dose two months after your primary J&J dose

Most second dose appointments are scheduled during first dose visits. If you need to schedule a second dose, please call (405) 632-6688.

What you need for your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment:

1. Download, Print and Fill out the Consent form. You will need to bring this with you to your appointment.

Consent Forms

2. Bring your insurance card with you. Those without insurance will still receive a vaccine for free.

3. Bring a valid form of ID with you.

4. Bring your Vaccination Record Card with you (you should have received this at your first appointment).

BOOSTER COVID-19 VACCINE APPOINTMENTS

When to receive your booster dose (for individuals age 12 and older):

  • Pfizer - 5 months after the second primary dose
  • Moderna - 5 months after the second primary dose
  • J&J - the CDC recommends Pfizer or Moderna dose two months after primary J&J vaccine

When to receive your booster dose (for moderately to severely immunocompromised individuals ages 12 and older):

  • Pfizer - 5 months after the third primary dose
  • Moderna - 5 months after the third primary dose

What you need for your booster dose COVID-19 Vaccine appointment:

1. Call Variety Care at 405-632-6688 to schedule your vaccine appointment.

2. Download, Print and Fill out the Consent form. You will need to bring this with you to your appointment.

Consent Forms

3. Bring your insurance card with you. Those without insurance will still receive a vaccine for free.

4. Bring a valid form of ID with you.

5. Bring your Vaccination Record Card with you (you should have received this at your first appointment).

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR MODERATELY TO SEVERELY IMMUNOCOMPROMISED INDIVIDUALS

The CDC recommends that individuals ages 5 and older who are moderately to severely immunocompromised receive an additional primary dose.

When to receive your additional primary dose:

  • Pfizer (for individuals ages 5 and older) - 28 days after the second primary dose
  • Moderna (for individuals age 18 and older) - 28 days after the second primary dose

Who is moderately to severely immunocompromised? Individuals who have:

  • Been receiving active cancer treatment for tumors or cancers of the blood
  • Received an organ transplant and are taking medicine to suppress the immune system
  • Received a stem cell transplant within the last 2 years or are taking medicine to suppress the immune system
  • Moderate or severe primary immunodeficiency (such as DiGeorge syndrome, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome)
  • Advanced or untreated HIV infection
  • Active treatment with high-dose corticosteroids or other drugs that may suppress your immune response

What you need for your additional primary dose COVID-19 Vaccine appointment:

1. Call Variety Care at 405-632-6688 to schedule your vaccine appointment.

2. Download, Print and Fill out the Consent form. You will need to bring this with you to your appointment.

Consent Forms

3. Bring your insurance card with you. Those without insurance will still receive a vaccine for free.

4. Bring a valid form of ID with you.

COVID-19 FAQ

For an updated FAQ list, please visit cdc.gov.

CDC.GOV FAQ