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COVID-19 Vaccination

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Breakthrough COVID

Recent CDC Studies

Safety and COVID-19 Vaccination

Myocarditis and Pericarditis

Fertility Concerns

Guillain-Barre Syndrome

Preparing for Office COVID-19 Vaccination

Coding & Billing- COVID-19 Vaccination

Specific Populations and COVID-19 Vaccination -- OB/GYN, Children & Teens, Long-Term Care

Obstetrics and Gynecology Patients

Children and Teens

Long-Term Care

Athletes

COVID-19 Vaccination Education Campaigns

Health Equity and COVID-19 Vaccination

Federal Vaccine Hotline: By dialing 1-800-232-0233 from any phone, people in search of a vaccine can opt to talk to a call center representative who can provide information about locations that offer the shots. Assistance is provided in English, Spanish and many additional languages. In addition, there's a TTY line for callers who are hearing impaired.

Text your zipcode to GETVAX (for English) or VACUNA (for Spanish) for a message back with three possible vaccination sites, with phone numbers to call for an appointment.

Patient Education, Hesitancy, Misinformation, Mandates for COVID-19 Vaccination