The Pfizer pediatric vaccine is for those age 5-11 and is a different dosage than the adult/adolescent Pfizer vaccine for those 12 and older. This means that children age 5-11 cannot receive the Pfizer adult/adolescent vaccine. Instead, they must receive the pediatric vaccine. Shipments of the pediatric vaccine are being distributed by the federal government in waves. The Pfizer pediatric vaccine may not be immediately available at all sites, but you can make an appointment or call ahead to check on availability before walking in. Vaccine types are labeled on the vaccine site map and indicated on the state’s registration site, too. To find a provider with the Pfizer pediatric vaccine, look for sites on the map marked with a red pin and schedule an appointment.