2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

 COVID-19 Vaccination

Last Updated: February 02, 2023

Vaccination Against COVID-19 is Key to Maintaining Readiness

Maintaining readiness is a key priority of the Army and receiving your COVID-19 vaccination and staying up-to-date on eligible boosters are the most effective ways to reduce the likelihood of COVID-19 infection and reducing the chance of severe illness, hospitalization, long-COVID, and death. 

More resources:

MHS Immunization Healthcare - COVID-19 Vaccine ResourcesExternal Link

For information about COVID-19 vaccine requirements for the federal workforce please check with your local human resources department or the Office of Personnel Management. The Safer Federal Workforce websiteExternal Link provides ongoing guidance to keep employees safe and agencies operational.

Everyone is encouraged to schedule their vaccine appointment now. To see if you or your family members are eligible for updated boosters, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) website. External Link

Use the DHA Appointing Portal (DAP)External Link to schedule your COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

Book your vaccine today at your local military hospital or clinic!  Learn more at TRICARE.mil/DAPExternal Link


Vaccines.govExternal Link

Beneficiaries can also use Vaccines.govExternal Link to find state and local vaccination sites and retail pharmacies nearby, then call or visit their website to make an appointment.

About the Vaccines


MHS COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Center for Healthcare Personnel

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About the Vacc​ines

The CDC recommends that everyone 6 months of age and older get their primary series of COVID-19 vaccine and one or more booster shots. Follow the latest recommendations from the CDC to determine which vaccine or booster you are eligible for and when to get your shot.

Learn more about vaccine types, authorized and recommended vaccines, and vaccines currently in clinical trials:

Vaccin​​e Safety​ External Link - DoD is confident in the stringent regulatory processes and requirements of the FDA. Per FDA requirements, DoD continues to monitor and track reports of vaccine side effects through various surveillance activities both internal and external to the DoD. 

Pregnant, Breastfeeding, or Trying to Become Pregnant? – See the latest CDC recommendations at: COVID-19 Vaccines While Pregnant or Breastfeeding External Link


All DoD beneficiaries and other individuals who are eligible to receive vaccines and booster doses from the DoD are offered, and are encouraged to receive, the COVID-19 immunization in accordance with recommendations from the CDC.

Military Health System (MHS) COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Center for Healthcare Personnel

Information and resources on the COVID-19 Vaccination Program from the Defense Health Agency Immunization Healthcare Division. This information is geared toward health care personnel in the DoD. Click here to learn moreExternal Link

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