COVID-19 Booster Vaccine Information

Brown Medicine follows RI Dept. of Health (RIDOH) and CDC guidance for booster shots.


At this time, booster shots are available for persons who are not immunocompromised and initially vaccinated with the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine; as well as for moderate to severely immunocompromised persons who have already received two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine more than 28 days ago.

To see a detailed list of who is currently eligible for a booster shot; for a list of what medical treatments and conditions fall under the category of "immunocompromised;" and for the link and phone number to find out where to obtain a booster shot, please CLICK HERE.

(This information is current as of 10/6/21 and is subject to change/update.)

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