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COVID Booster Shot


  • Older adults age 65 years and older

People ages 65 years and older should get a booster shot. There is an of increase for adults of any age with underlying medical conditions.

  • Long-term care setting residents ages 18 years and older

Residents ages 18 years and older of long-term care settings should get a booster shot. Because residents in long-term care settings live closely together in group settings and are often older adults with underlying medical conditions, they are at increased risk of infection and severe illness from COVID-19.

  • People with underlying medical conditions ages 50–64 years

People ages 50–64 years with underlying medical conditions should get a booster shot. The risk of severe illness from COVID-19 increases with age and can also increase for adults of any age with underlying medical conditions.

People with underlying medical conditions ages 18–49 years

People ages 18–49 years with underlying medical conditions may get a booster shot based on their individual risks and benefits.

  • People who work or live in high-risk settings ages 18–64 years

People ages 18–64 years at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of occupational or institutional setting MAY get a booster shot based on their individual risks and benefits. Adults who work or reside in certain settings (e.g., health care, schools, correctional facilities, homeless shelters) may be at increased risk of being exposed to COVID-19, which could be spreading where they work or reside. That risk can vary across settings and be affected by how much COVID-19 is spreading in a community.

Examples of workers who may get COVID-19 booster shots:

  • First responders (e.g., healthcare workers, firefighters, police, congregate care staff)

  • Education staff (e.g., teachers, support staff, daycare workers)

  • Food and agriculture workers

  • Grocery store workers

  • Corrections workers

  • U.S. Postal Service workers

  • Public transit workers

  • Manufacturing workers

Choosing your COVID-19 Booster Shot

  • You may choose which vaccine you prefer, most people pick their original vaccine.

How do you know when to schedule your Booster Shot.

After you COVID vaccination, you should have received a CDC COVID Vaccination Card that tells you which COVID vaccine you received, the date, and where you received it. Make sure to bring your vaccination card to your next doctor's appointment. If you are not sure when your booster shot it, Call your primary care provider for more information.


Where to Schedule your COVID booster shot?

Clinica Medica Familiar is NOW offering Covid vaccines in our three locations: Magnolia, Mead Valley, and Montclair. Please call us at 855-505-7467 to schedule you today or visit our website https://www.clinicamedicafamiliardrrios.com/booking-calendar


In order to help stop the spread of the flu, Clinica Medica Familiar is NOW offering Telemedicine (Telehealth/video call) and Flu Shots. Please call us at 855-505-7467 to explain more details of these awesome services we are now providing throughout Corona, Montclair, Riverside, Perris, Moreno Valley, Lake Elsinore, Temecula, and Indio.