COVID-19 Vaccine

Information

We're offering:

Who can get this Vaccines?

18 years of age and older

How many shots?

2-dose series separated by 1 month (28 days) shots

When are you fully vaccinated?

2 weeks after you second shot

** We are now offering 3rd dose of Moderna

 

(No appointments are needed, walk-in and we’ll take care of you as well as your friends and family.)

When are your fully Vaccinated?

2 weeks after your shot

How many shots?

1 shots

Who can get this Vaccines?

18 years of age and older

We are now offering Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine booster to eligible patients. 


(No appointments are needed, walk-in and we’ll take care of you as well as your friends and family.)

Frequently Asked Questions

Moderna: When we receive your completed forms, you will be placed on our waitlist. We will reach out shortly to schedule an appointment.

 

Pfizer-BoiTech booster / Johnson & Johnson: Complete the forms and contact our pharmacist at Brooklyn or Manhattan locations to check availability.

 

Brooklyn Pharmacy: (718) 238 – 3850

Manhattan Pharmacy: (212) 941 – 6480

Any unused Moderna does must be discarded 12 hours when first punctured. We coordinate patient vaccinations accordingly to minimize discarded doses.

 

Johnson & Johnson’s storage requirements allow us to administer patients as they come in.

 

However, please call in to ensure the vaccine is in stock.

It is covered under most major insurance plans. Uninsured patients are covered under HRSA’s COVID-19 Uninsured Program.

On June 18 2022, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) expanded its recommendations for COVID-19 vaccination to include children ages 6 months to 5 years. Specifically, for children who are not moderately or severely immunocompromised, the CDC recommended either: 


Moderna vaccine for children ages 6 months up to and including 5 years (2 doses, 25 mcg per dose, administered intramuscularly 4 to 8 weeks apart)


Pfizer vaccine for children ages 6 months up to and including 4 years (3 doses, 3 mcg per dose, with the first two doses administered intramuscularly 3 to 8 weeks apart, followed by a third dose at least 8 weeks after the second dose).


As with older age groups, an 8-week interval may be optimal for young children who are not moderately or severely immunocompromised, but the FDA authorizations for Moderna and Pfizer vaccines allow for flexibility.

For moderately or severely immunocompromised children in these age groups, the CDC recommends following the minimum interval for administration of the second dose (i.e., 4 weeks for Moderna or 3 weeks for Pfizer). For immunocompromised children who receive Moderna, a third dose should be administered at least 4 weeks after the second dose to complete a three-dose primary series. Immunocompromised children who receive Pfizer should receive the standard three-dose primary series regimen and not receive an additional dose.If a child moves from a younger age group to an older age group during their COVID-19 vaccine primary series or between the primary series and receipt of the booster dose(s) for age 5 years and older (Pfizer only), they should receive the vaccine dosage based on their age at the time the vaccine is being administered. 2

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Vaccination For Large Groups

Interest in setting up regular vaccine for your team?
Please email us at covid19@nymannings.com to coordinate for your groups.

Jun 2021

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