Public Health offers free walk-in COVID-19 vaccines & boosters every Wednesday and Friday in February

    Juneau Public Center. (Photo Credit: CBJ.)

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Juneau Public Health Center will continue to offer free COVID-19 Pfizer vaccines to individuals ages 5 to adult & boosters for ages 12 to adult every Wednesday and Friday throughout February.

    They say you can simply walk in from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. If one would prefer to make an appointment, go to juneau.org/vaccine or call 907-586-6000.

    The Juneau Public Health Center is located at 3412 Glacier Highway, across the street from the Twin Lakes parking lot.

    Omicron continues to spread quickly in Juneau. Individuals who are up to date with vaccinations are more protected against infection and severe illness from COVID-19.

    The Juneau Public Health Center offers first and second Pfizer doses, as well as Pfizer boosters.

    If an individual falls into any of these categories, CBJ encourages them to attend the clinic.
    •    Anyone ages 5 and up who needs a first or second Pfizer vaccine dose.
    •    Individuals 12 to 17 who need a booster. Pfizer boosters can be administered at least 5 months after the initial Pfizer series.
    •    Individuals ages 18 and up who received an initial Pfizer or Moderna series, and need a booster. Pfizer boosters can be administered at least 5 months after an initial series.
    •    Individuals ages 18 and up who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and need a booster. Pfizer boosters can be administered at least 2 months after the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

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