What CVS Says
CVS says some locations are out of Moderna's updated bivalent booster shots, but it still has the Pfizer version.
Some CVS pharmacies have administered all of the federally-funded Moderna bivalent COVID-19 vaccines
Acquire more Moderna doses
"If you're 12 and above and previously vaccinated, get an updated shot." If you've recently been ill or vaccinated, wait a few months.
Dr. Ashish Jha, White House COVID-19 response coordinator, said
CVS.com and the CVS Pharmacy app offered Pfizer shots and "limited Moderna appointments."
Appointments are updated as supplies arrive.
According to the CDC
patients don't have to match the bivalent COVID-19 booster vaccine to the brand they received during their primary series or previous boosters.
"There are ample supplies of the bivalent Pfizer COVID-19 booster,"
the statement said. "Vaccine appointments are widely available" on the state's vaccination website.
The gov't approved updated boosters on Sept. 1. The updated Moderna shot is for those 18 and older, while the Pfizer shot is for those 12 and older.