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COVID-19 Vaccine: How Many Doses

There are currently two vaccine candidates being offered through the FDA's Emergency Use Authorization. The COVID-19 vaccines will be given in a two-dose series separated by 21 or 28 days, depending on the product. Vaccines from different manufacturers are NOT interchangeable. You must receive the same vaccine from the same manufacturer for both doses. We have developed these products for your use locally, depending on which vaccine product you are administering, Pfizer or Moderna.


Pfizer

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This graphic should be used by facilities that are administering the COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer which requires two doses that should be 21 days apart. The graphic is available to use on the web, social media or two print out to post in the immunization clinics.

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Moderna

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This graphic should be used by facilities that are administering the COVID-19 vaccine from Moderna which requires two doses that should be 28 days apart. The graphic is available to use on the web, social media or two print out to post in the immunization clinics.

Graphic for Facebook

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Flyer Graphic

Graphic for LinkedIn

Screensaver Graphic

Graphic for Twitter

Twitter Header

Downloadable Poster

Downloadable Flyer

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