Can I get the vaccine regardless of my US immigration status?Updated: April 28th, 2021
Yes. As Dr. Angelica Kottkamp MD, of NYU Langone Health, explains in this video, the US government has indicated full support for equal access to the COVID-19 vaccines for everyone in the US.
So if you’re eligible for the vaccine, there’s no reason – including immigration status — to be rejected from getting the vaccine. The government also pledged to not conduct any enforcement operations at or near vaccination sites or clinics. So don’t worry, you can still get your vaccine once you’re eligible.
Dr Kottkamp is part of the Ad Council’s It’s Up To You campaign. View more facts at GetVaccineAnswers.org