Updated: 22 June 2021
Note: 1st and 2nd doses (due 25 June or before) are available. YOU MUST BOOK AN APPOINTMENT IN THE CORRECT TIMESLOT. If you have questions about your eligibility or the process, please contact your supervisor or chain of command.
WHAT: Pfizer & Moderna Vaccine.
WHO: YAB DoD beneficiaries (age 18+)
Children (ages 12-17)
Local employees working on USFJ installations (MLC/IHA)
WHEN: Fri, 25 June 21
Children (Ages 12-17 ONLY): Pfizer 1st/2nd Dose @ 0830-0930
DoD Beneficiaries (Age 18+): Moderna 1st/2nd Dose @ 1030-1130
Local HN Employees (Age 18+): Moderna 1st Dose @ 1300-1630
WHERE: Taiyo Community Center
HOW: Sign Up here ->https://informatics-stage.health.mil/YokotaCOVIDApp/
1) BOOK an appointment with the link above. *Local host nation employees must pre-register their information with their unit supervisor before using the link to sign up for an appointment by COB 23 June 21.
2) BRING: ID (ex: CAC/base issued ID), DHA Form 207, CDC Cards (*2nd Dose)
Who is eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccine at Yokota AB?
What vaccine will Yokota AB be offering?
I am curious about the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. Where can I get more information?
I am curious about the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine. Where can I get more information?
I am curious about the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Where can I get more information?
What is the difference between the vaccines being offered by the US Government?
Vaccine Brand Name
Who Can Get this Vaccine [ 1 ]
How Many Shots You Will Need?
When Are You Fully Vaccinated?
People 12 years and older
Given 3 weeks (21 days) apart [ 2 ]
2 weeks after your second shot
95% in preventing laboratory confirmed COVID-19
People 18 years and older
Given 4 weeks (28 days) apart [ 2 ]
94.1% in preventing laboratory confirmed COVID-19
Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen
Viral vector vaccine
2 weeks after your shot
66.3% in preventing laboratory confirmed COVID-19. 100% in preventing hospitalization
1 If you have had a severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) or an immediate allergic reaction to any ingredient in the vaccine you are scheduled to receive, you should not get that vaccine. If you have been instructed not to get one type of COVID-19 vaccine, you may still be able to get another type.
2 You should get your second shot as close to the recommended 3-week or 4-week interval as possible. However, your second shot may be given up to 6 weeks (42 days) after the first dose, if necessary.
Can I get COVID-19 from receiving the vaccine?
Has anyone died from receiving the COVID-19 vaccine?
Is the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for Active Duty service members?
I am ready to get the COVID-19 vaccine. When and where can I get it?
I have medical problems. Am I considered high risk?
Should I get the vaccine if I am pregnant or breast feeding?
I am due for my 2nd dose of Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. When and where can I get it?
My 2nd dose Moderna or Pfizer vaccine due date falls on a weekend, will I be given vaccine that day?
What if I do not receive my 2nd dose Moderna or Pfizer vaccine before the 42 days?
I received my 1st dose Moderna vaccine but now I am PCSing/going TDY or deploying. When can I get my 2nd dose?
I don’t think I will be able to get my 2nd dose here at Yokota, but I may be able to get it at my new base/TDY/deployed location where they are NOT offering the Moderna vaccine. What do I do?
If I have received my COVID-19 vaccine do I still need to wear a mask, social distance, ROM, and obtain pre-travel testing?
I have received the COVID-19 vaccine in the past 24 hours and feel sick. What do I do?
Do I have to ROM if I have been vaccinated?
Your Supervisor & Chain of Command for questions on policy.
Medical Group Appointment Line for medical triage only: DSN: 225‐8864 Opt. 7 or Cell: 042‐552‐2510 Ext. 58864 Opt. 7.
Yokota Air Base Facebook @YokotaAirBase: https://www.facebook.com/yokotaairbase
Yokota Air Base Website: https://www.yokota.af.mil/COVID-19/
Yokota Connect App
Commander’s Access Line (374AW.PA.CommandersAction@us.af.mil)
The Center For Disease Control is a reputable source regarding the most current information on the vaccine and related links are below:
Information about the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine
What to expect after getting the COVID-19 vaccine
Ensuring the safety of the COVID-19 vaccine
Benefits of getting the COVID-19 vaccine