Do I have to go back to the same location to get my second shot?
State officials ask that, if possible, you receive your second dose at the same location as your first shot.
Let’s face it, scheduling thousands of vaccines each week is complicated enough as it is. Having to bring all those same Oklahomans back weeks later for a second shot only complicates matters further.
Oklahomans returning to the same vaccine clinic where they received their first shot makes it easier for the state to know where to allocate vaccine supply.
“It is preferred that you get your second shot at the same location you got your first,” Reed said. “This is due to the logistical challenges required to manage second-dose clinics and plan for adequate and appropriate inventory.”
Does my second shot have to be exactly three or four weeks after the first?
No. State health leaders say you should try to get your second dose as close as possible to the recommended timeline, but it’s OK if the boost dose occurs a tad late.
Typically, the second Pfizer dose is administered 21 days after the first vaccine, and the second Moderna dose is administered 28 days after the first.
How to get your second coronavirus vaccine in Oklahoma – Oklahoman.com