COVID-19 Vaccine Availability
COVID-19 vaccine candidates are being offered through an Emergency Use Authorization by the Food and Drug Administration
. The vaccine is being administered in phases to DoD uniformed service members, both the active and Selected Reserve components, including members of the National Guard; dependents; retirees; civilian employees, and selected DoD contract personnel as authorized in accordance with DoD regulation. The vaccine is being offered on a voluntary basis, but priority populations are highly encouraged to get it. Getting the COVID-19 vaccine protects yourself, your family, your community and our nation.
To learn more about the phased plan and DoD priorities, visit: www.health.mil/COVIDVaccine
Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine
[Insert the applicable text for getting the covid vaccine]
We currently have the COIVD-19 vaccine available and we’re actively administering the vaccine to the following individuals:
[Based on your local availability, add in a bulleted list of populations you are currently vaccinating. This will change as you progress through the phase. Each of the bullets represent the individuals in this phase. Update as needed.]
To get the vaccine:
[Insert process for getting the vaccine at your MTF here. MTFs should add what applies for them locally. Do patients need to call and make an appointment, is it walk-in, etc.?]
What Happens Next?
Once you receive the vaccine, if you experience any side-effects or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us directly at [insert number/or secure email address to contact] or contact the MHS Nurse Advice Line