On April 13, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) released a joint statement recommending a temporary pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine to review data involving six reported U.S. cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot in individuals after receiving the J&J vaccine. Wyoming is following this recommendation.
What You Need to Know
The vaccines are FREE.
- If you have insurance, your insurance can be billed for administration fees. No fees will be billed to you.
- If you do not have insurance, you will be able to get the vaccine and no fees will be billed to you.
The vaccines are SAFE.
- CDC has safety information and guidance to answer questions and help you prepare for vaccination.
The vaccines WORK!
All Wyoming counties are offering vaccines to the general public.
- If you were included in an earlier priority group, you haven’t missed your chance to get vaccinated.
First Doses Received: 213,460 (106,860 Pfizer/106,600 Moderna)
First Doses Administered: 165,803
Second Doses Received: 168,595 (89,895 Pfizer/78,700 Moderna)
Second Doses Administered: 126,406
Doses Received: 25,100 (Janssen)
Doses Administered: 10,015
Doses administered are up to 72 hours behind. Counts do not include federal doses provided to tribal, VA, and military facilities.
Questions and Answers!
It’s normal to be cautious when something new comes along. Wanting to know more is a good thing. Learn more about how COVID-19 vaccines are authorized, how they keep us safe, why there is more than one and more.