Do I need to bring my vaccine card with me?
Yes, you need to bring your vaccine card with you.
What if I don’t have my card?
If you did not receive your vaccine from Cincinnati Children’s and misplaced your card, you can contact the vaccine provider and request a replacement.
When should I get a third dose?
An immunocompromised patient can receive their third dose 28 days after their second shot.
Is this third dose the same as a booster shot?
No. This additional dose is intended to improve immunocompromised people’s response to their initial vaccine series. It is not the same as a booster dose, which is given to people when the immune response to a primary vaccine series is likely to have waned over time.
Topics include: What You Need to Know | Data on Decreased Immune Response Among Immunocompromised People | Who Needs an Additional COVID-19 Vaccine? | Frequently Asked Questions
Vaccine Clinic Locations
Burnet Campus: Go to the Sabin Auditorium in the Location D building on the first floor.
Liberty Campus: Enter the main drive and proceed until you get to the stop sign. Turn right and follow signs to the “Surgery” entrance. You will be on the back (I-75) side of the building. Walk to the first entrance you come to on the left side. Someone will direct you once inside the building.
Green Township: Turn into the main driveway from Harrison Avenue. Proceed past the entrance to the upper parking lot and drive down the hill to the lower parking lot entrance on your left. Walk into the building entrance and someone will direct you once inside the building.
Find Other COVID-19 Vaccine Providers
Here are other resources for the Greater Cincinnati area: