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The second Pfizer booster is now available at St. Bernard Hospital. The second booster is to be given four months after completing a first booster of Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson and Johnson, reducing the chance of hospitalization and COVID-19 related death. It is recommended for:

For everyone 50 and older
For anyone 12 and older with moderate to severe immunocompromise from conditions like active cancer, HIV or other immune conditions
For anyone 18 and older who had a Johnson and Johnson booster

Walk-in vaccinations

Walk in without an appointment to the Immediate Care Clinic in Suite 312 of the Ambulatory Care Center from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, or call 773-962-4644 to schedule a weekend appointment. (Weekend availability is limited.)

COVID risks still real

Individuals who have not been vaccinated still stand a higher risk of COVID-19 related illness and death than any other group.  For those who have been vaccinated, a booster shot revives immunity to its highest level to provide a ready defense against COVID-19.  This is essential for individuals with conditions like diabetes, heart disease and other chronic conditions who tend to become very sick when contracting COVID-19.

What to expect during your visit

Park for free in the parking lot and check in with the receptionist.
Wear a mask and maintain six feet of distance.
Check in at the vaccination clinic on the third floor.
Get an injection dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Wait 15 minutes afterward for side-effect monitoring.
For questions or additional information, contact:

St. Bernard Hospital
Ambulatory Care Center Pharmacy
6307 S. Stewart Ave.
Chicago, IL 60621
Hotline: 773-962-4644
Email: pharmacy@stbh.org

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