COVID-19: What to Do When Family Members Are Unvaccinated
For some people, like young children and people with weaker immune systems, the vaccine might not be an option. So besides getting vaccinated, what are some good ways to keep everyone in your family safe?
COVID Vaccines Compared
Want to know more about the different COVID-19 vaccines? Take a look at this handy chart.
Can I Donate Blood After Getting a COVID Vaccine?
It’s safe to give blood after you’ve had the COVID-19 vaccine, but there are a few things you need to know. Find out when you can donate and when you should wait.
What Can I Do Once I'm Fully Vaccinated?
Learn more about what it means to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, as well as what you can and shouldn’t do without a mask.
COVID-19 Vaccines and Kids: What to Know
Should your child get a COVID-19 vaccine? Learn more about what’s available, why childhood vaccines take more time, and what to do while you wait.
What Is a Vaccine Passport?
A vaccine passport is proof that you’ve tested negative for or been protected against certain infections. It can be digital, like a phone app, or physical, such as a small paper card.
How to Get Your Child’s Regular Vaccines During the Pandemic
Even during a pandemic, health experts say it’s still important to stay up to date with your kids’ vaccines. Pediatricians are taking extra steps to make sure children stay safe and healthy during these critical visits.
Vaccine for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Coronavirus vaccine -- Dozens for the new coronavirus are being worked on, but even when researchers find a vaccine that works, it could be a year or more before it’s ready for the public.