Resources For You
Based on current data, available vaccines, tests, and treatments work against JN.1. Visit the CDC or your local health department for more information. Get vaccinated.
→ Every U.S. household can again place an order to receive four more free COVID-19 rapid tests from the U.S. government delivered directly to your home. Order Here.
→ The new vaccines approved by the FDA from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna are monovalent products that solely target the XBB.1.5 Omicron subvariant. The updated vaccines are each approved for individuals 12 years of age and older and are authorized under emergency use for individuals 6 months through 11 years of age. Learn more HERE.
→ The CDC has reported an increase in COVID-19 cases recently. A new COVID-19 Omicron subvariant called Eris (EG.5) is on the rise in the US and UK. You can view the CDC’s COVID-19 tracker here. Read more about the variant here. Find out where to get your COVID-19 vaccinations here.
→ Arexvy, the first vaccine, for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is approved by the FDA! Get more information HERE.
COVID-19 Vaccination Help
Give a Ride So Someone Else Can Get Vaccinated
People sometimes put off getting their vaccinations because they don’t have a ride. If you want to help someone you know get their vaccine shot, you can book a ride to pick them up.
Visit Lyft to learn how.
Vaccines.gov will help you locate a vaccination site near you.
HHS Text Line for the Nearest Vaccination Site
Text your zip code to one of the numbers below based on your preferred language to see your nearest vaccination site, transportation and childcare options:
Spanish: Text your zip code to 822862 (VACUNA)
English: Text your zip code to 438829 (GETVAX)
In Case You Missed it:
In the News
→ Learn what happens and how you may be affected when the pandemic emergency ends on May 11th HERE.
→ Omicron variant XBB.1.5 is spreading quickly. The CDC’s COVID-19 guidance remains the same to protect yourself from serious illness. The CDC is investigating how it may be different than previous variants (HERE).
→ On January 11th, the Biden administration extended the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE) through April 2023. This PHE extension continues access and protection needed during the pandemic. The administration does this as another COVID-19 variant has been identified (CDC). (HHS)
→ FDA Approves New COVID-19 Booster For Children Six Months And Older. There are some requirements of eligibility (CDC).
→ NEW COVID-19 boosters are available; they updated the vaccines to better fight the Omicron variant (CDC).
→ The CDC is shortening the recommended time for COVID-19 isolation for the public. People with COVID-19 should isolate for five (5) days and if they are asymptomatic or their symptoms are resolving (without fever for 24 hours), follow that by five (5) days of wearing a mask when around others to minimize the risk of infecting people they encounter (HERE).
→ The FDA and CDC Recommend Novavax’s COVID-19 Vaccine for Adults (HERE).
→ The FDA and CDC are recommending COVID-19 vaccination for six (6) months and older. Read More HERE.
→ FDA and CDC approve booster for children five (5) and older. Read More HERE.
→ The Order Requiring Masks on Public Transportation is no longer in effect. Read More HERE.
→ Certain immunocompromised individuals and people over the age of 50 are eligible for another mRNA booster for COVID-19. Adults who received a primary vaccine and booster dose of Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccine may receive a second booster dose using an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, Read More: news release, CDC.
→ The Moderna vaccine is fully approved by the FDA and will be known as Spikevax, Read More HERE.
→ Everyone Ages 16 and Older Can Get a Booster Shot, Read More HERE.
→ The CDC recommends everyone ages five (5) and older get a COVID-19 vaccine, Read More HERE.
→ The CDC says “everyone ages 18 and older should get a booster shot either when they are six (6) months after their initial Pfizer or Moderna series or two (2) months after their initial J&J vaccine” – Read More HERE.
→ The CDC relaxes COVID-19 face mask recommendations, Read More HERE
→ 12/15/2021: This Website now in Spanish, click yellow button to the left for Spanish or for more info HERE
→ 09/22/2021: FDA Authorizes Booster Dose of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine for Certain Populations, HERE
→ 09/17/2021: FDA advisers recommend COVID boosters for 65 and older, reject broad approval (Reuters).
→ 09/01/2021: YourVaccinationGuide.org Presents, Back-to-School Safely: Ask the Experts! Watch HERE
→ 08/18/2021: CDC Releases COVID-19 Booster Shot Recommendations HERE.
→ Inspiring COVID-19 Vaccination Stories, Read HERE
→ CDC Data Tracker, Read HERE
→ World Health Organization (WHO) COVID-19 Dashboard, Read HERE
→ Happy Holidays During COVID-19, read HERE
The COVID-19 Vaccine Education and Equity Project
The Project seeks to open dialogue, engagement and effective communication around vaccines and build confidence in the process and the science to help address health inequities generally and specifically for COVID-19.
The COVID Collaborative has brought together leading health experts across the nation to support state and local leaders in implementing measures to protect their people, combat COVID-19, and put us on a path to a safer, more sustainable, and more prosperous America.
Stronger’s goal is to stop the spread of vaccine misinformation by promoting facts and science.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services COVID-19 toolkit and resources.
Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting (VAERS):
VAERS accepts and analyzes reports of possible health problems after vaccination. A report to VAERS does not mean that a vaccine caused an adverse event. The CDC provides an explanation of how to report and what to expect.
Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA):
Part of the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA ensures safe and healthful working conditions for workers by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education, and assistance. They set standards for masks use at work and other COVID-19 related safety issues.
ClinicalTrials.gov is a web-based resource that provides patients, their family members, health care professionals, researchers, and the public with easy access to information on publicly and privately supported clinical studies on a wide range of diseases and conditions.
Medicine Assistance Tool
The Medicine Assistance Tool (MAT) is a search engine designed to help patients, caregivers and health care providers identify resources available through various biopharmaceutical industry programs.
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