No. Kaiser Permanente won’t charge its members or employees for the vaccine. Vaccine doses purchased with taxpayer dollars are required by the federal government to be given at no cost.
Your guide to the COVID-19 vaccine
All people 16 and older are now eligible
This is a huge step forward in ending the pandemic — but demand is high. Not everyone will be able to make an appointment right away. We’ll add more appointments as our supply increases. We’re committed to helping people get vaccinated as quickly and equitably as possible, based on the supply we get. Choose your region to find a COVID-19 vaccination appointment to help protect yourself, your family, and your community.
To search for a vaccination appointment, select a state or region below.
I got the COVID-19 vaccine. Now what?
Let’s continue doing our part to protect each other. Keep wearing your mask, physically distance, and encourage loved ones to get vaccinated.
Yes. You’ll be able to get the vaccine from any facility that has been approved as a COVID-19 vaccine provider by its state department of health. Non–Kaiser Permanente members will also be able to get the vaccine through Kaiser Permanente at no cost.
Dress comfortably in clothing that makes it easy to expose your upper arm. Some clinics may be located outdoors, so dress appropriately for the weather. You can expect to have some waiting time, including an observation period of up to 30 minutes after your vaccination.
If you’re coming for your second dose, make sure to bring your COVID-19 vaccination card.
No. Due to limited supplies, individuals won’t get to choose between the available vaccines. We offer vaccines according to state criteria and as supplies allow.
The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines use 2 shots, which are given several weeks apart. For 2-shot vaccines, the same vaccine brand needs to be used for both shots. The first shot primes the immune system, helping it recognize the virus, and the second shot strengthens the immune response.
COVID-19 vaccines at Kaiser Permanente