If you only get one shot of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine you will still be protected some from the COVID1-9 virus but the protection from the COVID-19 vaccine will only be short lived.
While you may have some protection after the first dose, there are still a lot of unknowns. For example, your immunity may be short-lived.
Pfizer’s trial results reported 52% efficacy between the first and second dose — but the small number of people who only got one shot weren’t followed for the rest of the study.
As of now there's no third shot of the COVID1-9 Vaccine although in the future there might be a third shot for the COVID1-9 Vaccine.
Currently, only two authorized vaccines have the possibility of a third shot in the foreseeable future — Pfizer and Moderna. Johnson & Johnson, on the other hand, only requires one dose, but the company is also researching the possibility of booster shots.
There's actually no charge for the COVID-19 Vaccine as it's being covered by the government and tax payers money already.
The COVID-19 vaccine is free for everyone.
Participating pharmacies will bill private and public insurance for the vaccine administration fee.
For uninsured patients, this fee will be reimbursed through the Health Resources and Services Administration's Provider Relief Fund.
COVID-19 vaccines are free.
If you want or need a COVID-19 vaccine you can go to just about any pharmacy or go to your doctor and get the COVID-19 Vaccine free of charge.
Walmart Pharmacies as of now are giving out free COVID-19 Vaccines to anyone who wants one and all you have to do is walk up to the pharmacy and request your free COVID-19 Vaccine.
Yesterday when I was in Walmart shopping I heard over the Intercom system that they were offering free COVID1-9 Vaccines to any customers in the store.
They said to just walk up to the Walmart Pharmacy to get your free COVID1-9 Vaccine.
I got my COVID-19 Vaccine at Walmart Yesterday and am so glad I did.
There's really no reason to not get the COVID-19 Vaccine as there's no harm in it and there's no out of pocket costs or insurance needed to pay for it.