COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling



Pfizer Recommended for Ages 5-11

First and Second Doses for Ages 5-11

Scheduling an Appointment

Starting Nov. 8, Weber-Morgan Health Department will offer Pfizer for 5 to 11 year-olds. You may book your appointment with us on vaccinate.utah.gov.


Scheduling

If you need assistance on scheduling a vaccine appointment or for more information, call 1-800-456-7707


Local Pharmacies

Besides the Weber-Morgan Health Department, you can also visit the pharmacy of your choice.

Weber County

Call 801-399-7250 to schedule an appointment. Come to the Immunization Clinic on the first floor of the Weber-Morgan Health Department main building in downtown Ogden, 477 23rd Street.

Morgan County

Call 801-399-7250 to schedule an appointment at the Morgan location. Morgan immunization clinics are held at the Morgan City Hall, 90 W. Young Street, on the first Monday and third Friday of every month. Morgan residents may also make an appointment in Ogden.

Community-based Clinics

Community-based clinics operating under the direction of the Weber-Morgan Health Department, to schedule at one of these outreach clinics go to vaccinate.utah.gov

3rd & Booster Doses

Scheduling an appointment

Weber-Morgan Health Department offers 3rd dose or booster COVID-19 vaccinations by appointment. To schedule, you may call the clinic at 801-399-7250, Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM.

There are also more than 40 locations in the Weber-Morgan area now offering the COVID-19 vaccine, including pharmacies, provider offices, and one-time community locations and events. For more information on how to find a COVID-19 vaccine in Utah, please visit vaccines.gov and type in your zip code for a list of facilities or events near you. You may also consult your healthcare provider for vaccine related questions, concerns or availability.

To schedule at one of the Weber-Morgan Outreach Clinics, go to vaccinate.utah.gov.

For those without internet access, please call 1-800-456-7707.

Pfizer Booster Doses Now Recommended for People at Highest Risk for Severe COVID-19

CDC now recommends the use of Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty) booster doses for the following individuals who initially completed a Pfizer primary series:

  • People 65 years and older
  • People who live in a long-term care facility
  • People 18 and older with underlying medical conditions that put them at high risk for severe illness from COVID-19
  • People who live or work in a setting that puts them at higher risk of exposure to COVID-19, such as healthcare workers and teachers

Booster doses should be administered at least six months after a person receives their second dose of the Pfizer (Comirnaty) vaccine.

Due to a lack of available data at this time, the FDA, CDC and ACIP have NOT authorized or approved booster doses for people who received the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccines.

Data shows that all COVID-19 vaccines continue to provide very good protection against severe COVID-19 illness in the general population. Most Utahns do not need a booster at this time, but data reviewed by the FDA and ACIP showed for those individuals who are at highest risk for severe illness from COVID-19 and received a primary series of Pfizer (Comirnaty) vaccine, that booster doses can prevent further hospitalizations and death.

The FDA has updated their fact sheets for healthcare providers and patients with information to reflect the authorization of Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty) booster doses.

3rd Dose mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine Recommended for Moderately to Severely Immunocompromised

CDC now recommends a third primary dose of mRNA (Pfizer/Comirnaty or Moderna) vaccine for moderate or severely immunocompromised individuals to help provide a better immune response for protection against COVID-19.

Moderate and severe immunocompromised people include:

  • Active treatment for solid tumor and hematologic malignancies
  • Receipt of solid-organ transplant and taking immunosuppressive therapy
  • Receipt of CAR-T-cell or hematopoietic stem cell transplant (within 2 years or taking immunosuppressive therapy)
  • Moderate or severe primary immunodeficiency
  • Advanced or untreated HIV infection
  • Active treatment with high dose corticosteroids, alkylating agents, antimetabolites, transplant-related immunosuppressive drugs, cancer chemotherapeutic agents classified as severely immunosuppressive, TNF blockers, and other biologic agents that are immunosuppressive or immunomodulatory.

The third dose should be administered at least 28 days after completion of the initial primary series.

This third dose should be the same mRNA vaccine as the primary series received (Moderna should get Moderna, Pfizer should get Pfizer). If the primary series product is not available in the area, then an alternate mRNA vaccine may be used.

There is no current data nor recommendation for an additional dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine in immunocompromised people.

Immunocompromised people and their close contacts are strongly recommended to be vaccinated against COVID-19. These persons should also practice additional preventive measures such as masking, distancing, handwashing, etc…

Lost Card FAQ:

Replacement COVID-19 Vaccination Record

  • Due to increased demand for replacement vaccination records, you must make an appointment to receive a new card ($5) or printout of your entire vaccination record ($2).
  • Depending on the volume of requests we receive, this could take up to 14 days to process.
  • Download and complete this AUTHORIZATION TO RELEASE INFORMATION form and email it to: CLINICSTAFF@CO.WEBER.UT.US.
  • We will respond to your request by email or telephone in the order it was received. We will tell you when to come in and pick up your replacement card. Payments will be made at that time.
  • If you don’t have access to email, call 801-399-7250 and ask to be put on the list to get a replacement card. Be sure to leave your contact information.