Second adolescent (ages 5-11) COVID vaccination drive to be held Dec. 11

Lauren Tierney, 16, receives the COVID-19 vaccine at Patch Barracks, near Stuttgart, Germany, May 22, 2021

By US Army Health Clinic Stuttgart

U.S. Army Health Clinic Stuttgart will be administering both first and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine for ages 5-11 year olds on the following day:

WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 11th, 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (specific times based on last name and dose required; see schedule below for when to arrive)
WHERE: Stuttgart Elementary School, Panzer Kaserne
(Please do not bring Strollers)

Please note: ONLY children aged 5-11 years old can be vaccinated at this event. If you need a vaccination for someone aged 12 or over, please click here.

Required Paperwork

DHA Form 236 (Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccine Screening And Immunization Documentation) must be completed for each child aged 5-11 years old to be vaccinated.

Please complete and print the form and bring it with you to the vaccine administration session if possible. There will be copies available to complete on site, but pre-completed forms allow the process to move more quickly for everyone.

Click here for DHA Form 236*

*(please right click and save to download and open from a computer; may not load within browsers or on mobile devices)

  • Ensure your child’s name and details are listed in the fields at the top — not the sponsor’s
  • The form may not load properly if opened within a web browser. For best results (or if a “Please Wait…” message appears), download the document to your device and open it from there.
  • Remember, children must be accompanied by their parent or guardian and show a photo ID, such as government ID card or passport, in order to be vaccinated

Vaccine Information Fact Sheet

Fact sheet for Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine formulation authorized for use in individuals 5 through 11 years of age


Second Doses

Patients for the 2nd Dose will be seen on a walk-in basis based on the first letter of their last name (reverse alphabetical):

0830-0900            W-Z

0900-0930            Sn-V

0930-1000            Sa-Sm

1030-1100            P-R

1100-1130            Mc-O

1130-1200            K-Ma

1300-1330            H-J

1330-1400            E-G

1400-1430            C-D

1500-1530            Bi-Bu

1530-1600            A-Be


First Doses

Patients who require the 1st dose of vaccine can be seen at the following times WITH AN APPOINTMENT:

1000-1030

1230-1300

1430-1500

Appointments for the 1st Dose can now be made through the COVAX Website; appointments for the 2nd Dose of the series will be made available for the week of Jan. 6, 2022.


Important Notes

For more information on adolescent vaccinations from the CDC, click here