CDC Recommends all patients who are immunocompromised should receive a booster, See below for who is considered immunocompromised and eligible to receive a booster.

​People with medical conditions or people receiving treatments that are associated with moderate to severe immune compromise.

  • Active or recent treatment for solid tumor and hematologic malignancies

  • Receipt of solid-organ or recent hematopoietic stem cell transplants

  • Severe primary immunodeficiency

  • Advanced or untreated HIV infection

  • Active treatment with high-dose corticosteroids, alkylating agents, antimetabolites, tumor-necrosis (TNF) blockers, and other biological agents that are immunosuppressive or immunomodulatory

  • Chronic medical conditions such as asplenia and chronic renal disease may be associated with varying degrees of immune deficit

There are three COVID-19 vaccinations that the FDA has granted emergency authorization. These include the Pfizer vaccine, the Moderna vaccine and the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. All three of these vaccines are been shown to have high efficacy in clinical trials in preventing infections, hospitalizations, and deaths.  When offered a vaccine, you can take any of these three vaccines.

Please note that after you are vaccinated, you still need to follow all of the social distancing recommendations by the CDC. This includes wearing a mask when with individuals who live outside of your home.  You should also practice good hand hygiene.

Below are COVID vaccine providers in the St. Louis area. You can pre-register or schedule your vaccine appointments by following the links provided below.

State of Missouri Mass Vaccination Events

The Mass Vaccination Events can be found at

You can pre-register with the state with this link




St. Lukes

636-685-7878 and press 1

SSM Health

636-4985180 and press 3

BJC Healthcare

CareSTL Health

Affina Health Care or call (314) 833-2777

Compass Health