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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

On August 23, 2021, the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine was granted full approval for the first two doses in people 16 and older by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It has gone through rigorous, thorough and comprehensive testing and review to earn this approval. The vaccines are a safe, effective and important tool in helping us through this pandemic, and help us to protect ourselves and others. They help prevent infection and the spread of the illness. If breakthrough infection occurs, they can lessen how contagious a person is and greatly reduce the severity symptoms and the chance of hospitalization related to COVID.

Vaccine FAQ

COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ

Billings Clinic fully supports the use of the new COVID-19 vaccine and its role in protecting us from illness and helping to end the ongoing pandemic. We know there are plenty of questions about the vaccine and have put together the following FAQ to help.

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  • Vaccine availability – Billings Clinic continues to offer the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. Pediatrics is also offering the Pfizer vaccine for youth ages 5 and older. Find the nearest place to get your vaccine.
  • Youth vaccinations – The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended the use of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for everyone age 12 and older, opening up its use for more youth. Vaccinations for this age group began in Yellowstone County on Thursday, May 13, at a community vaccine clinic at the shrine auditorium.
  • Vaccination information - What you need to know.
  • Casirivimab/Imdevimab monoclonal antibodies

    • Billings Clinic is not currently providing regen-cov (casirivimab/imdevimab) monoclonal antibody treatments for COVID-19. Regen-cov is not recommended for use in Omicron COVID-19 cases due to its ineffectiveness against illness caused by the variant. Omicron appears to be the predominant variant in our region now.
  • Sotrovimab monoclonal antibodies
    • Billings Clinic is currently working on operations to provide another monoclonal antibody, sotrovimab, that has shown to be more effective against omicron. Updates, including who is eligible, will be provided once the treatment is being offered.

The COVID-19 vaccine is a safe and important tool in bringing this pandemic to an end, and Billings Clinic encourages people to receive it when they are eligible. We are following state and federal guidance in distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine in conjunction with The Unified Health Command (UHC), made up of Billings Clinic, St. Vincent Healthcare, RiverStone Health and Yellowstone County Disaster and Emergency Services.

Vaccine HistoryVaccine History

It might seem like the COVID-19 vaccine was developed and rolled out quickly, but it's actually the result of decades of work that was underway long before COVID-19. Much of the work was already done, which was applied to the development of the safe and effective vaccines we have today.

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    COVID-19 Vaccine Prices

    While there is no charge to patients for the vaccine itself, Billings Clinic charges an administration fee for vaccination. The cash price is $27.77 for the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and $46.54 for the second dose. Your health insurance plan may cover some or all of these fees. Most major health insurers have agreed to cover this fee and we encourage you to check with your insurance provider for more details. For additional questions, please contact a patient financial services representative at 406-238-2601 or 1-800-332-7156, ext. 2601