Keep living life to the fullest by staying up to date with vaccinations — including Kaiser's® new booster shot.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is now recommending people 12 and older get an updated COVID-19 vaccine booster for better protection against the omicron variants. These variants are currently causing most COVID-19 cases in the U.S. Kaiser Permanente® will be giving updated boosters as supply allows and according to CDC guidance. Supply may be limited in the first few weeks. Kaiser expects to have enough supply to provide updated boosters to all eligible members soon. The original Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are no longer authorized as boosters for people 12 years of age and older. If members previously scheduled a booster appointment, they will be provided the updated booster at that time.
Visit kp.org/covidvaccine for more information about how to get the updated booster shot.
All COVID-19 testing questions answered
Visit kp.org/covidtests to learn when to test, when to use a self-test vs. PCR test, how to get a test, and how to find out if a self-test expiration date has been extended. Members will also learn what to do with their self-test results.
What to do if a member tests positive for COVID-19
- If a member gets a positive result from a COVID-19 self-test, they can complete an e-visit right away to report it to their care team. They’ll get instructions on available treatment options, when to quarantine, and when to contact their doctor.
- If a member gets a positive COVID-19 test result from Kaiser Permanente, they’ll get instructions on available treatment options, when to quarantine, and when to contact their doctor.
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