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Frequently Asked Questions

This page provides answers to your most-asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine in Alabama. For more vaccine FAQ, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Vaccination. For frequently asked questions and to check your symptoms, visit Alabama.gov COVID-19 Information Hub at covid19.alabama.gov.

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If you have further questions once you have reviewed the questions and answers on this page, please call 1-800-270-7268 or email covid19info@adph.state.al.us. Telephone calls are answered from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. Interpreters are available.

Visit Vaccine Home to learn how to get vaccinated.

Alabama's COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Dashboard (shortened link: arcg.is/OrCey) details the number of vaccines delivered and administered to Alabama and dispensed, as well as, information about the demographics of those receiving COVID-19 vaccination in Alabama.

The COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Dashboard can also be accessed on the COVID-19 Dashboard Hub (shortened link: arcg.is/0brSGj). This provides easy access to the Vaccine Distribution, Data and Surveillance, and School Dashboards through tabs at the top.

COVID-19 vaccines were previously recommended to be administered alone, with a minimum interval of 14 days before or after administration of any other vaccines. This was out of an abundance of caution during a period when these vaccines were new and not due to any known safety concerns. COVID-19 vaccines may now be administered without regard to the timing of other vaccines. This includes simultaneous administration of the COVID-19 vaccine and other vaccines on the same day, as well as co-administration within 14 days. Additional information is available from the CDC.





Page last updated: September 6, 2022