COVID-19 INFORMATION

If you are a facility needing vaccines for staff or residents, please email covidvaccine@vidanm.com.

Please read the below information before proceeding to registration.

new registration process

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In order to register completely with our new process, you must first be registered with the Department of Health.

Register by clicking here: https://cvvaccine.nmhealth.org/

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The Department of Health does not collect all the information we need, so you will also need to register directly with Vida Pharmacy.

 

Please read all the information below prior to registering with us.

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Once you register with Vida Pharmacy, you will receive an email confirmation with the event code as well as the event information.

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Log back into your Department of Health profile and activate the event code that you are provided in the email confirmation.

The event code will validate whether or not you are eligible according to the Department of Health criteria.

If you have received your vaccine through Vida Pharmacy prior to the new process being implemented, please update your information with the Department of Health to indicate you have received your vaccine.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

As of April 5, all New Mexicans 16+ are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

“President Biden directed states to make all adults eligible for vaccine by May 1. New Mexico will hit that target nearly a month early,” said DOH Cabinet Secretary Dr. Tracie Collins.

DOH will continue to prioritize vaccine invitations for Phase 1A, New Mexicans 75 years and older, and New Mexicans 60 years and older with a chronic condition. The Department has chosen to open Phase 2 – the final distribution phase – because providers in some parts of the state are no longer able to fill appointments within Phases 1A, 1B, and 1C.

**PLEASE NOTE** The Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are approved for administration to those 18+.

Second DOSE

Moderna

The second dose of Moderna will be administered 28 days after the first dose. If you are unable to attend the second dose clinic, please email info@vidanm.com to schedule your booster shot. There is no need to register online again for your second dose. For those that receive their first dose vaccine on or after March 6, you will receive reminder communications from the Department of Health for your second dose.

Please arrive with your Vaccine Reminder Card. If you have lost yours, check in at the registration desk on-site the day of your second-dose administration.

If you did NOT receive your first dose from Vida Pharmacy, please email info@vidanm.com with your phone number, 7-digit Department of Health registration code, date of birth, where you got your first dose, what date you received your first dose, the date your follow-up dose should be, and which vaccine you received (Pfizer, Moderna, other). We are trying to accommodate those in need of a second dose who did not get their first dose from us, but we cannot guarantee we will have vaccine availability.

Pfizer

The second dose of Pfizer will be administered 21 days after the first dose. If you are unable to attend the second dose clinic, please email info@vidanm.com to schedule your booster shot. There is no need to register online again for your second dose. For those that receive their first dose vaccine on or after March 6, you will receive reminder communications from the Department of Health for your second dose.

Please arrive with your Vaccine Reminder Card. If you have lost yours, check in at the registration desk on-site the day of your second-dose administration.

If you did NOT receive your first dose from Vida Pharmacy, please email info@vidanm.com with your phone number, 7-digit Department of Health registration code, date of birth, where you got your first dose, what date you received your first dose, the date your follow-up dose should be, and which vaccine you received (Pfizer, Moderna, other). We are trying to accommodate those in need of a second dose who did not get their first dose from us, but we cannot guarantee we will have vaccine availability.

Johnson & Johnson

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is a single dose only. If you receive this vaccine, there will be no second dose appointment. 

 

third
DOSE

Moderna & pfizer

Third doses of Moderna and Pfizer vaccines have been approved for moderately to severely immunocompromised individuals. This includes people who have:
• Been receiving active cancer treatment for tumors or cancers of the blood
• Received an organ transplant and are taking medicine to suppress the immune system
• Received a stem cell transplant within the last 2 years or are taking medicine to suppress the immune system
• Moderate or severe primary immunodeficiency (such as DiGeorge syndrome, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome)
• Advanced or untreated HIV infection
• Active treatment with high-dose corticosteroids or other drugs that may suppress your immune response

 

At this time, the CDC and the New Mexico Department of Health have not cleared a 3rd dose of the COVID-19 vaccine for the general public. 

Please arrive with your Vaccine Reminder Card. If you have lost yours, check in at the registration desk on-site the day of your third-dose administration.

Johnson & Johnson

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is a single dose only. If you receive this vaccine, there will be no second or third dose appointment.