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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccine Resources

Find up-to-date COVID-19 vaccine information and resources.

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Since vaccine guidelines and requirements can vary by state and county, we can help you find the latest information and resources for your state.

Cigna covers the cost of administering FDA-approved and FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccines at 100% without any out-of-pocket costs when performed by an in-network or out-of-network provider.1

COVID-19 Variants

Find up-to-date information on the Delta variant.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Facts

Watch these videos of Dr. Neema Stephens and Dr. Doris Munoz-Mantilla, National Medical Directors at Cigna, as they share facts about the development and safety of the vaccines.


COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions


It is incredibly important for everyone 12 years and older to get vaccinated. Getting vaccinated for will help our country, communities, and families to end this pandemic and bring life back to normal.

Getting vaccinated also helps prevent serious illness for those who become infected with COVID-19. Until there is a large enough portion of the population vaccinated, COVID-19 will continue to spread and variants will develop.

There are three vaccines available in the U.S. The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is FDA-authorized for ages 12-15 and FDA approved for ages 16 and older. The Moderna® and Johnson & Johnson® vaccines are FDA-authorized for ages 18 and older.

A COVID-19 vaccine for children younger than 12 is not yet authorized but research is well underway. Pfizer® and Moderna are both running large pediatric trials to study the effectiveness and safety of using their COVID-19 mRNA vaccines for children under 12.

If you are a parent or guardian with questions about the vaccine, we encourage you to talk with your child’s health care provider.

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Cigna looks to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and input from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) to determine these factors.

It has been shown that all three COVID-19 vaccines currently available in the United States are highly effective at preventing COVID-19.

To learn more about the vaccines, visit:

Different COVID-19 Vaccines | CDC

Vaccines | FDA

The FDA recently authorized the use of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine be administered as a booster shot at least six months after the completion of a second shot for certain populations. In addition, at this time, the CDC recommends that people with moderately to severely compromised immune systems receive an additional dose of the vaccine at least 28 days after a second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine. CDC also recommends that those 65 years of age receive a booster shot.

Research remains ongoing, but right now, the most important thing to remember is the current single or two-shot regimen continues to prevent severe illness in most vaccinated people, event against the Delta variant.

For the latest recommendations on eligibility of booster shots, including recommendations for the general population, refer to the CDC’s COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shot or talk to your PCP.

Yes, you should be vaccinated regardless of whether you already had COVID-19 because:

  • Research has not yet shown how long you are protected from getting COVID-19 again after you recover from COVID-19.
  • Vaccination helps protect you even if you’ve already had COVID-19.

Care and Coverage

Yes. Your plan will cover diagnosis, testing, and treatment associated with COVID-19, including:

  • COVID-19 diagnostic visits: Cigna is waiving out-of-pocket costs for COVID-19 visits with in-network providers, whether at a provider’s office, urgent care center, emergency room, or via virtual care, through the Public Health Emergency (PHE) period, currently scheduled to end on October 18, 2021.*
  • COVID-19 testing: Cigna is waiving out-of-pocket costs for COVID-19 FDA-approved testing through the Public Health Emergency (PHE) period, currently scheduled to end on October 18, 2021. Get more information on how to get tested at a center or at home.
  • If you have gone out-of-network and received an unexpected bill for a COVID-19 diagnostic visit or test, Cigna's COVID-19 Customer Protection Program (CPP) can help. This COVID-19 assistance program helps resolve billing issues and is provided at no additional cost for eligible customers.2 Call the phone number on your ID card and an advocate will help you.
  • COVID-19 treatment: Cigna covers medical care for COVID-19 treatment subject to standard cost share, copay, and deductibles. Cigna covers the administration of all FDA emergency use approved (EUA) COVID-19 infusions consistent with EUA Guidelines and Cigna’s COVID-19 Drug and Biologic Therapeutics coverage policy.

*Diagnostic tests are covered for individuals with symptoms of a COVID-19 infection or who had exposure to someone with a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 infection, as well as for individuals before an elective hospital admission or procedure. Non-diagnostic and antibody tests are not covered by Cigna's standard coverage, but may be covered as required by state law. For more on testing, please download the Cigna testing brochure.

If you are in a position where you can choose your healthcare provider (e.g. non-emergency), we recommend using the provider directory available on myCigna.com or the myCigna® mobile app to find an in-network provider. You can also call the phone number on your ID card to find in-network health care providers to eliminate any risk your provider may choose to bill above these rates.

Some people suffer from ongoing or new symptoms after a diagnosis of COVID-19. Recovery could take as long as or longer than 3 months. It is important to see your Primary Care Provider (PCP) to discuss ongoing COVID-19 symptoms and an appropriate treatment plan. If you don’t have a PCP, log in to myCigna and use the provider directory to find an in-network provider. For more information, visit Post-COVID Conditions | CDC

If you are in a position where you Visit your PCP after you recover from COVID-19 and/or return home from a hospitalization. Your PCP can determine the best treatment plan, including assessing any follow care needed. Continue to take ensure you are up to date with preventative care screenings.

The FDA recently authorized the monoclonal antibody therapy, REGEN-COVTM, for emergency use as post-exposure prevention of COVID-19 for those 12 years of age and older weighing at least 88 pounds who are at high risk for progression to severe COVID-19, including hospitalization or death.

REGEN-COV also remains authorized for the treatment of mild-to-moderate COVID-19 for those who are at high-risk for progression to severe COVID-19. Your PCP is the best person to discuss whether this therapy is appropriate for you.

To find locations that may be able to provide monoclonal antibody therapeutic treatments visit:

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) outpatient antibody treatment locator tool

The National Infusion Center AssociationSM

1 For customers in the United States who are covered under Cigna's employer/union sponsored insured group health plans, insured plans for US based globally mobile individuals, Medicare Advantage and Individual and Family Plans (IFP). Cigna will also administer this policy for self-insured employer-sponsored or group health plans, unless your employer or plan sponsor has elected to opt out of this policy. Out-of-pocket costs include any applicable copayments, coinsurance, and deductible payments due under the terms of your plan. The treatments that Cigna will cover for COVID-19 are those covered under Medicare or other applicable state regulations.

2 The COVID-19 Customer Protection Program applies to customers in the United States who are covered under Cigna’s employer/union sponsored insured group health plans, insured plans for US based globally mobile individuals, Medicare Advantage and Individual and Family Plans (IFP). Cigna will also administer the waiver to self-insured group health plans and the company encourages widespread participation, although these plans will have an opportunity to opt-out of the waiver option. If your employer has opted out of the waiver option you may still receive a bill. However, Cigna will work with you to ensure the bill is fair.

Cigna employs 7000 clinicians, including pharmacists, medical and behavioral physicians, nurses, coaches, and advisors based on internal HR data as of March 31, 2020.

This content is offered for informational purposes only. It does not constitute medical advice. Always consult your doctor for appropriate medical advice and care recommendations tailored to your specific medical condition.