Do I have to pay for the vaccine?
Doses of the vaccine that have been bought with U.S. taxpayer dollars are being made available to Americans at no cost. The provider who gives you the shot may charge an administration fee, which can be reimbursed by your insurance. If you don’t have health insurance, your vaccine provider can be reimbursed by a special COVID-19 Provider Relief Fund.
Other questions related to Coronavirus and COVID-19
- What do I do if I get COVID symptoms from the vaccine?
- What are the side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine?
- The vaccine helps prevent COVID-19 but how long does the "immunity/prevention" last for?
- How will vaccines be distributed? Just hospitals and maybe CVS/Walgreens/pharmacies because of the cold temperature requirement?
- How many vaccination shots are available in the U.S.?
- How many times will I need to be vaccinated?
- What is COVID-19?
- Is there anyone who shouldn't get the vaccine?
- What does the vaccine actually mean for changes for daily life? Still wear a mask and keep distance?
- How do people become infected with COVID-19?