Vaccines for COVID-19 are finally here. And, as members of the general public become vaccinated, we want to be sure you remain safe and have all the information you need to keep others safe, too.
The biggest, most important thing to know about getting your vaccine is that you’ll still need to take the precautions you’ve become familiar with in 2020. This won’t be forever, but it’s vital to remain diligent now until the vast majority of Americans are vaccinated to keep everyone safe.
According to the CDC, you should follow all precautions after you receive your vaccine:
Here’s why we must continue pandemic protocol even with the vaccine:
Hope for a Healthier Future is Here
It’s been a long and scary year but with the debut of not one, but two, COVID-19 vaccines (and more to come), hope for a healthier future is finally on the horizon.
People are both excited and nervous about what the future holds and, understandably, have lots and lots of questions surrounding both of the vaccines.
What are their similarities and differences? How do they work? How effective are they? What are the side effects? How do I get one?
Carbon Health’s Director of Program Development and triple board-certified pulmonary, critical care, and internal medicine doctor Aaron S. Weinberg, MD, MPhil, addresses these concerns and questions in his latest article.
Stay with us and stay strong.
The COVID-19 vaccines are our most promising tools when it comes to beating the virus and returning to our pre-pandemic lives. The hope that’s been on the horizon is now here, and it’s our collective responsibility to help each other so we can get the rest of the way through this.
And when we do, Carbon Health will be there to celebrate with you!