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COVID-19 Vaccine second doses

Scheduling your COVID-19 Vaccine Second Dose

Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines require two doses. Once you've received your vaccine, schedule your second dose appointment as soon as possible.

Receiving your second dose within the designated timeframe is important to be fully vaccinated.


When to get your second dose

Moderna vaccines

If you received a Moderna vaccine, schedule your second dose appointment:

  • as close to as possible but no sooner than 28 days (4 weeks) after your first dose
  • no later than 42 days (6 weeks) after your first dose

Pfizer vaccines

If you received a Pfizer vaccine, schedule your second dose appointment:

  • as close to as possible but no sooner than 21 days (3 weeks) after your first dose
  • no later than 42 days (6 weeks) after your first dose

Information about scheduling your second dose for...

Curative vaccinations

If you were vaccinated at the Buchanan Street (Curative) vaccination site and were not able to schedule your second dose at the site, register for your second dose appointment using the links below.

Schedule Pfizer second dose

Schedule Moderna second dose

 

These links will not work for first dose registrations, or for anyone who received their first dose at a different site.

  • Use the same email address and cell phone number you used to register for your first dose to make your second dose appointment.

  • When registering, you'll need your Curative appointment number, which you can find in the confirmation email sent from support@curativeinc.com after you received your first dose. If you cannot find your appointment number, call Curative Customer Care at 888-702-9042. Berkeley Public Health does not have access to your appointment number.

  • If you need help making your appointment, use only a trusted family member or friend.

Berkeley Public Health vaccinations

If you received your first dose through Berkeley Public Health and need assistance regarding your second dose appointment, email covid19@cityofberkeley.info and include the following information in your message

  • where you received your vaccine
  • the date of your vaccination
  • what type of vaccine you received (Pfizer or Moderna)

Vaccinations from your provider, outside of Northern California, or another location not listed here

First, contact your health care provider or the location where you received your first dose. If they are unable to assist you, call the CA COVID-19 hotline at 1-833-422-4255 for assistance.

You may also be able to schedule a second dose at a local pharmacy:

Last updated April 5, 2021


Questions? Contact covid19@cityofberkeley.info.

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