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    The Pfizer vaccine has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for use in individuals aged 12 and up with parental permission. 

    There is no cost associated with receiving the vaccine and insurance information is not needed. 

    Those receiving first Pfizer dose are eligible for their second dose 3 weeks later. 

    For further questions not covered here, or in the FAQs down below, please contact your respective school nurse, or the Department of Student Wellness at (757) 628-3928.  

    Students can get their Covid-19 vaccinations at the Norfolk Department of Public Health, their primary care physician, urgent care centers, and local pharmacies. 

    Please visit the Vaccinate Virginia Website to find COVID-19 vaccination locations in the state of Virginia - https://vaccinate.virginia.gov/

     

     

     

Vaccination Screening Form

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Frequently Asked questions

  • How many doses of the vaccine are required for an individual to be considered fully vaccinated?

  • Is it possible to have a reaction after receiving the COVID-19 vaccination?

  • If a student has to stay home due to a reaction to the vaccine, is the absence excused?

  • Is insurance required to get a vaccine?

  • Does it cost anything to receive the vaccine?

  • Can students younger than 12 receive the vaccine?

  • Should students who feel sick or are living with family members who feel sick, come to school to get their vaccination?