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Coronavirus Homepage Welcome
Booster doses are now available for children 5 to 11 who received their primary vaccine series on or before December 23, 2021. Children 5-11 who are moderately or severely immunocompromised are eligible for a booster if they received their primary vaccine series on or before February 23, 2022.
Booster shots are now available for residents who are 12 and older and received a second dose of Pfizer on or before December 23, 2021.
Booster shots are now available for residents who are 18 and older and received a second dose of Moderna vaccine on or before December 23, 2021.
Booster shots are now available for residents who are 18 and older and received a Johnson and Johnson vaccination on or before March 23, 2022.
Second booster shots are now available for adults 50 years or older if they received their first booster on or before January 23, 2021.
DC COVID-19 Vaccination Data
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I Have Symptoms What Should I Do?
The symptoms that are currently being seen with COVID-19 are cough, fever, headache, new loss of taste or smell, repeated shaking with chills, sore throat, shortness of breath, and muscle pain.
With Mayor Bowser adjusting the District of Columbia’s operating status in response to coronavirus (COVID-19), District residents may file for unemployment compensation. More information on how to file available at Recovery