Both the Pfizer and the Moderna vaccines are being administered across Tennessee. Here are some important information about the vaccines and when and where to get your vaccine.
Learn more about the vaccines
Covid-19 Vaccines 101 Video: FAQ
Covid-19 Vaccine Informational Videos in Arabic
For questions and answers on vaccines, visit:
Tennessee Department of Health Vaccine FAQ
Vanderbilt University Vaccine FAQ
Statement on Covid Vaccine from Fiqh Council of North America
AMAC Webinars on Vaccines, Booster Shots, Delta Variant, Testing and more
When and Where can I get a vaccine?
In Tennessee, everyone 12 years and older can now get the vaccine.
For a list pharmacies, clinics and health departments near you that administer vaccines, visit
Click your county for updated information on where to get the vaccine:
Boosters Are Here!
Studies are showing that a booster shot for those who are fully vaccinated can protect you from break through covid-19 infections. As of today, the FDA has approved the booster shot for the Pfizer vaccine. Only those who are fully vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine and fall into one of the following categories, can get the booster shot. A booster shot is administered at least six months after completion of the primary Pfizer vaccine series.
Eligible Groups for Pfizer Vaccine Booster:
65 years and older
Age 18+ who live in long-term care settings
Age 18+ who have underlying medical conditions
Age 18+ who work in high-risk settings
Age 18+ who live in high-risk settings
Examples of underlying medical conditions at high risk of severe COVID-19 if infected:
Chronic kidney disease
Diabetes, type 1 or type 2
Heart conditions (such as heart failure, coronary artery disease or cardiomyopathies)
Obesity – BMI ≥ 30 kg/m2
Pregnancy or recent pregnancy
Smoking, current or former