- What is a vaccine?
- Can my 6-year-old get the new bivalent booster?
- How do the COVID-19 vaccines protect me?
- Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe and effective for babies?
- How do doctors know the vaccines are safe?
- Where can I get the new BA.4 and BA.5 booster?
- What side effects should parents expect after vaccinating their babies and toddlers?
- I’m 71-years-old and have several health issues. It’s been about 3 months since I had my last, bivalent booster. Am I eligible for another booster?
- Wanna know more about the new bivalent boosters?
- If I get a COVID-19 booster, does it have to be the same brand as my initial shot(s)?
- 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, …? How many COVID shots do I need? When will it end?
- I received the first series of COVID vaccines and two boosters. My last booster was months ago. Should I get another booster – maybe the latest multi-strain vaccine?
- Who should be vaccinated against COVID?
- I had COVID, was treated with Paxlovid, and tested negative a week later. I now have no symptoms except occasional fatigue. How soon can I take the flu vaccine?
- I’ve had 2 COVID boosters. Should I get the new booster designed to target the BA.5 variant?
- If you still can get COVID-19 after getting vaccinated, what’s the point?
- Is it true the vaccines are experimental and have not been tested?
- I’ve already had COVID-19. Do I still need to get vaccinated? Why?
- What are the pros of getting vaccinated?
- What are the cons of getting vaccinated?
- How did the vaccines get authorized for emergency use?
- If the vaccines work, why should I get a booster?
- What are the different COVID-19 vaccines available?
- Are the vaccines FDA approved now?
- Do I need a booster shot? Does it have to be the same vaccine I got previously?
- If the emergency is over, why should I bother getting vaccinated or boosted?
- Can I get COVID-19 from the vaccines?
- What’s the difference between the vaccines?
- How effective are COVID-19 vaccines?
- Do the vaccines protect against the Delta and Omicron variants?
- What is the status of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine?
- How much does getting vaccinated cost?
- What can I expect after getting vaccinated?
- Can the COVID-19 vaccines affect my DNA?
- How long does vaccine immunity last? What about immunity from actually catching COVID-19?
- Does the flu shot help prevent COVID-19?
- Do the COVID-19 vaccines inject chemicals that can cause long-term damage?
- What’s the most important thing to understand about breakthrough cases?
- Do the COVID-19 vaccines inject microchips?
- What’s the difference between “fully vaccinated” and “up to date”?
- How safe is the Johnson & Johnson vaccine?
- Can I get a COVID-19 vaccine with other vaccines, like the flu shot?
- Is there an issue with blood clots and the vaccines?
- If I want to learn more about the COVID-19 vaccines, what are some reliable sources I can check out?
- What is an mRNA vaccine?
- How safe are mRNA vaccines?
- Are there vaccines that don’t use mRNA?
- How were the vaccines developed so quickly?
- How are vaccines tested for efficacy and safety?
- What’s the difference between FDA approval and Emergency Use Authorization?
I’m not at risk for severe complications of COVID-19 so I don’t need the vaccine.
Regardless of your risk, you can still contract the infection and spread it to others, so it’s important you get vaccinated. It’s not only to protect you but your family, friends, and community as well.
Johns Hopkins Medicine: https://hopkinsmedicine.org/health/