Schedule Your Vaccine

Pediatric COVID-19 vaccines are now available to children ages 5-11

COVID-19 booster shot appointments are available.

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MyChart Vaccine Clinic Locations:

Unless otherwise indicated, all locations listed below will administer the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, which requires two doses.

Charleston

Chester

Columbia

 

Florence

Lancaster

Marion

North Charleston

If you do not have access to the internet or are in need of assistance scheduling your vaccine at a MyChart vaccine clinic location, please review our MyChart registration tip sheet, or call our COVID Support Line at 843-876-7227.

Choose your county to view upcoming community vaccination events


If you'd like a demonstration on how to schedule your vaccination appointments, this video can walk you through the process. Press the pause button on the video at any time if you need to take notes or stop on a specific point.

We also have the scheduling information in PDF form for you to download. Spanish version (PDF)

Vaccine Safety Verification

At your vaccination appointment, you will be asked to verify health information to make sure it is safe for you to receive a vaccine. Please be mindful of your answers to these statements as you schedule your appointment(s).

  • If you have already received a 1st dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, your 2nd dose should be the same brand as the 1st. In exceptional situations, in which the vaccine product given for the first dose cannot be determined or is no longer available, any mRNA vaccine my be administered at a minimum or 28 days between doses. MUSC Health is almost exclusively using the Pfizer vaccine, which has been authorized for ages 12 and older. Occasional Moderna vaccines are administered at community vaccine sites (special allocations by DHEC).
  • After receiving the COVID-19 monoclonal antibody infusion, you CANNOT be vaccinated within 90 days of the infusion.
  • Please reschedule if you are feeling sick on the day of your vaccination appointment.
  • If you are in isolation as a result of a positive COVID-19 test, you will not be able to be vaccinated until after your quarantine has ended.
  • If you had a severe reaction to the 1st dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, you should not receive the 2nd dose.
  • If you have previously had a SEVERE reaction to any other vaccine, please plan to stay on site for 30 minutes after your vaccination for monitoring.

 

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