I have an allergy to a different vaccine; can I still receive the vaccine?

Yes, when you arrive at the vaccination clinic, you should notify your vaccinator that you have a history of allergic reaction and to which vaccine or injectable product you have reacted to.

The CDC considers a history of allergic reaction to any other vaccine or injectable therapy a precaution, but not a contraindication, for COVID-19 vaccination. You should discuss with your pharmacist or primary care provider about the benefits and risks of vaccination.