They took my health insurance information, and I’m sure they billed them. I don’t know if they would have charged me if I wasn’t insured, but I know at least at certain places some uninsured people were vaccinated for free.
I have health insurance but didn't report being insured in order to avoid red tape. I believe that either way it's free however.
My girlfriend and I might be experiencing an adverse reaction to the moderna vaccine. We had the second shot about 4 weeks ago, but after moving to a new house (which required prolonged and sustained physical exertion) a week ago we both seem to be experiencing what appears to be vestibular neurolgia. Symptoms primarily consist of vertigo of a moderate severity and some cognitive fog (word formation difficulty etc). I feel like the exertion and lack of sleep precipitated this. I started myself on a short course of methylpred and now have myself and my girlfriend on a course of valacylclovir just in case there is a viral origin (which could be the case given that the odds of us experiencing an adverse reaction to the vaccine at the same time is somewhat questionable). My ENT friend thought the logic was sound. Who knows what is actually going on though.