COVID-19 Vaccine

On January 30, 2023, President Biden announced that the federal government’s COVID Public Health Emergency declaration will end on May 11, 2023. Click here for more information on how this affects access to the COVID-19 vaccine. 

The FDA and CDC have made some changes to keep protection provided by COVID vaccines strong and to make the recommendations simpler.  

  • Everyone ages 6 years and older should get an updated (bivalent) mRNA COVID-19 vaccine dose, regardless of whether they previously completed their (monovalent) primary series. 
    • For unvaccinated people 6 years and older, this means getting vaccinated with just one dose. 
    • This is possible because of high levels of population immunity and previous exposure to the virus.
  • The U.S. is switching to all bivalent mRNA vaccines – the original monovalent mRNA vaccines will no longer be available. 
  • A note about kids 5 & under: Unvaccinated children are still recommended to get multiple doses and vaccination plans vary by age and type of vaccine.
  • Experts will continue to monitor the spread of the virus and the effectiveness of COVID vaccines and are likely to make additional changes as we look toward the fall, so expect updates. 


  • Anyone 65 and older can get an additional bivalent vaccine dose at least four months following their last bivalent dose. 
  • Immunocompromised people (5+) may get an additional bivalent vaccine dose at least 2 months following a dose of the bivalent vaccine, and additional doses may be administered at the discretion of, and intervals determined by their healthcare provider. Eligibility for immunocompromised children under 5 depends on the vaccine previously received – please talk to your provider. 

The Montgomery County Office of Public Health is now scheduling vaccine appointments.

3rd dose-booster

Clients attending a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for a 2nd dose, 3rd dose, or a booster dose must bring their CDC vaccination card or a picture of their card on their phone to their appointment. If you lost your card, email for directions on how to obtain a duplicate card or check our FAQs.

  1. Vaccine Clinics
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The following chart shows a complete list of COVID-19 vaccination clinics administered by MCOPH. Click here to make an appointment. If you cannot find a time or location that works for you, please visit for a comprehensive collection of clinics in our area.

Our partner, Montgomery County Immunization Coalition (MCIC), collaborates with their partner organizations to host COVID-19 vaccination clinics. To find an upcoming clinic, click here.

Willow Grove Annex, Willow Grove
12:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Human Services Center, Norristown
12:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Pottstown Health Center, Pottstown9:00 am - 12:00 pm