Since the beginning of 2021, Mercy has heard hundreds of unique questions about COVID-19, the vaccine and other health concerns relating to the pandemic. We assembled a team of Mercy experts, from infectious disease physicians to pediatricians, to answer most of the topics. If you have a question you'd like answered, please send an email to SocialMedia@mercy.net.
Right now, Mercy is offering COVID-19 vaccine appointments to anyone age 12 and older in most of the communities we serve. We encourage you to schedule an appointment at the location nearest you.
- Mercy vaccine clinics are currently scheduling both first and second dose appointments.
- Patients under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian present to be vaccinated.
- Patients ages 12-17 should only schedule appointments at locations providing the Pfizer vaccine. Vaccine type is identified below by location.
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