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12 hours ago The U.S. as a whole has 60% of people fully vaccinated, compared to 65.7%. in Virginia, per CDC data.
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Anyone can get Long COVID, even young people. It’s important to get vaccinated to prevent persistent health problems that often occur after a COVID-19 infection.ow.ly/ji3W50H3kUf #VoicesofLongCovid
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We can slow the spread of COVID-19 by working together. Contact tracers & local officials may call you for 2 reasons: 1. If you have a positive COVID-19 test, or 2. If you were in close contact with someone who tested positive. Don’t worry, these conversations are confidential.
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Thinking about getting tested for COVID-19? YES! 😄 Any testing sites near you with availability this week? No 😭 Use the COVID Testing Locator to consider some testing sites that are a bit further away. The extra drive could give you peace of mind! ow.ly/UeWq50GUY80
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Not sure if it is time for a COVID vaccine booster shot? We’ve got you covered. ow.ly/HVl650H05eg
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Hey parents 💡 #DYK? COVID-19 vaccine vials for children aged 5-11 have orange caps. This helps you and your healthcare providers know your special one is getting the vaccine meant for them.
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Join Dr. Michael Stevens, MD, MPH, FACP, FIDSA, FSHEA, from Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center on December 2 to discover the specifics of how COVID-19 has affected HAIs and what we might anticipate looking ahead to 2022. Register here: vcuhealth.zoom.us/webinar…
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Everyone 18 years and older is eligible for a COVID-19 booster shot. According to the latest CDC guidance, some groups should get a booster, and some groups may get a booster based on assessment of their individual risks and benefits. Read more at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2…
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World AIDS Day is observed on Dec. 1. It is a day of solidarity, representing an opportunity for people worldwide who are affected by HIV to share their stories and experiences, to remember those lost, and to highlight efforts on every front to end the HIV epidemic. #WorldAIDSDay
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Calling all leaders! The VDH is looking for a Project Manager. This leader will work with a new, creative team as a contractor in the Office of Epidemiology. For questions or to apply, contact Andrea Mendes, Andrea.Mendes@vdh.virginia.gov. Learn more: www.vdh.virginia.gov/cont…
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A study reported pregnant women with COVID-19 are at a higher risk for stillbirth compared to those without COVID-19. Help prevent stillbirths due to COVID-19 by taking prevention measures, including vaccination, before or during pregnancy. ow.ly/goGK50GUY2a
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