COVID-19 Vaccines: What You Should Know Now
How can I get a COVID-19 vaccine?
As of Monday, April 5, everyone in Tennessee age 16 and older is eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine according to the Tennessee Department of Health.
We encourage everyone who is eligible to get the vaccine to do so as soon as they get an opportunity that meets their needs and schedule.
COVID-19 vaccines work. They are safe. And they are how we'll put this pandemic behind us, together.
Learn more here about scheduling your COVID-19 vaccine from Vanderbilt Health in Nashville, Lebanon, Shelbyville and Tullahoma, or finding an appointment at a location closer to home.
Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines
You can feel good about getting your COVID-19 vaccine by learning more. Here are some resources from Vanderbilt Health and other trusted experts.
- Common Questions about COVID-19 Vaccines. Browse or search our list of more than 100 questions answered by Vanderbilt Health experts.
- Watch videos featuring Vanderbilt Health experts.
- Read about the COVID-19 vaccines and allergies.
- View the CDC website.
- Check the Tennessee Department of Health website for updates to the state's vaccination plan and other information.
- Read information from the Food and Drug Administration (what's in the vaccine, side effects and other important details).
COVID-19 Vaccines: Common Questions
Browse or search our list of more than 130 questions about COVID-19 vaccines, answered by Vanderbilt Health experts.
Watch Our Videos
Check out the latest video content related COVID-19 vaccines, from vaccine basics to vaccines and pregnancy.
View the collection here, featuring Vanderbilt Health experts.