COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ's
Nova Health is offering COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments
Nova Health is now able to offer the COVID-19 vaccine at select locations. Availability varies based on supply provided by county health organizations. Prior to scheduling an appointment, we encourage you to read the frequently asked questions below. Check COVID-19 vaccination appointment availability here.
Frequently asked questions about COVID-19 Vaccination at Nova Health:
Q: Is the COVID-19 vaccine available at all Nova Health locations?
A: No. Due to varying supply levels across multiple counties, we are only able to offer vaccines at specific Nova Health Locations. To see which locations offer vaccines, see our COVID-19 vaccine location page.
Q: Which vaccine will be given?
A: Currently, Nova Health is administering the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. The vaccines are provided to Nova Health by each county health authority. The manufacturer of the vaccine provided varies by county and by week. Consequently, we are unable to tell the patient at the time of scheduling which vaccine will be provided. Upon arrival at the clinic on the day of the vaccine, the clinic will be able to inform all patients of the vaccine that will be administered.
Q: How do I schedule my second shot?
A: On the day of your first shot, the second vaccine shot will be scheduled for a future date.
Q: How much will I have to pay?
A: All insurances will cover your COVID-19 vaccine. Please bring your insurance information to your appointment. If you do not have insurance, Nova Health will ensure you still get a vaccine.
Q: I currently have COVID-19 symptoms or have been diagnosed as COVID-19 positive, can I still get a vaccine at this time?
A: No. You should not seek a COVID-19 vaccine until you have recovered from your illness and have met the criteria for discontinuing isolation; those without symptoms should also wait until they meet the criteria before getting vaccinated. This guidance also applies to people who get COVID-19 before getting their second dose of vaccine.
Q: If I have a history of allergic reactions to vaccines, should I get a COVID-19 vaccine?
A:You should consult your primary care provider prior to getting your COVID-19 vaccine.