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COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 23 2021 13:00:20

Dale Rose is among thousands of CDC #COVID19 responders. In the past year, Dale has helped bring Americans home from outbreak areas overseas & worked in the U.S. to slow the spread, first in hot spots & now the entire

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 23 2021 11:05:04

#Parents: Are you trying to decide whether to send your child to in-person school? @CDCgov has a tool to assess your child’s & family’s risk of #COVID19 and determine the best instructional format. Learn more: https://t.co/aArAEhFBaA. https://t.co/1AR98BfJic

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 22 2021 18:10:03

#CareForEachOther by staying up on routine vaccines & getting a #COVID19 vaccine when it’s your turn. COVID-19 vaccines are an important tool to help stop the pandemic. More benefits: https://t.co/BQzQXRdTAg #PrepYourHealth https://t.co/MfKPhUknx7

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 22 2021 17:30:04

People with underlying conditions are more likely to have severe #COVID19. CDC data from March through October show 56% of adults hospitalized with COVID-19 had hypertension, 49% had obesity, & 41% had metabolic disease, including diabetes. More: https://t.co/dTvhftTxuV. https://t.co/bcHH7yRvRc

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 22 2021 16:55:02

After you get a #COVID19 vaccine, enroll in v-safe to tell @CDCgov how you feel through personalized health check-ins. V-safe will also remind you to get a second vaccine dose. Your participation in CDC’s v-safe helps keep COVID-19 vaccines safe.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 22 2021 13:45:03

New @CDCMMWR describes a small number of reports of severe allergic reactions after people received the Moderna #COVID19 vaccine. Providers giving COVID-19 vaccines should screen recipients & have needed supplies and staff ready to manage these reactions. https://t.co/jm4TOHGwEP https://t.co/gQbuxV3eJc

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 22 2021 12:10:07

#COVID19 vaccines are an important tool to help stop the pandemic. As of January 19, more than 13.5 million people had received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 2 million had received both doses and

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 22 2021 11:47:00

#DYK? Before @US_FDA approves or authorizes a vaccine for use, the vaccine goes through rigorous clinical trials to make sure it works well. Vaccines, including #COVID19 vaccines, are continuously studied to ensure effectiveness. Learn more: https://t.co/mcYekFn2OH https://t.co/XNAhag9DOa

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 22 2021 11:11:42

RT @CDCgov: As of January 18, national forecasts predict that 17,000 to 29,300 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending February 13. These forecasts predict 465,000 to 508,000 total COVID-19 deaths in the United States by February

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 21 2021 17:15:04

As of January 18, national forecasts predict that 17,000 to 29,300 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending February 13. These forecasts predict 465,000 to 508,000 total COVID-19 deaths in the United States by February 13. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 21 2021 17:10:03

If you’ve had #COVID19, you should still get vaccinated. Experts aren’t sure how long someone is protected from getting sick again after recovering, and reinfection is possible. More: https://t.co/az5f8q4fym  #SleeveUp https://t.co/XjPDN9kcD8

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 21 2021 16:45:04

DYK? #Flu & #COVID19 vaccines should not be given at the same time. Because of a lack of data on getting COVID-19 & other vaccines together, CDC recommends a 14-day interval before or after getting any other vaccines, including a

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 21 2021 15:00:22

New @CDCMMWR finds national vaccination coverage among kindergarteners remained high, with about 95% getting their required vaccines for the 2019-2020 school year. However, #COVID19 likely caused fewer routine vaccinations. Learn more: https://t.co/FhmmDX3afv https://t.co/bVziVuqMei

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 21 2021 13:15:07

DYK? If you have symptoms or have been exposed to someone with #COVID19, you can get tested for free nationwide. To find a free testing site, visit your health department website or the @HHSGov Community-Based Testing Sites webpage: https://t.co/MQO2r46KpK   

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 21 2021 12:00:29

Ordering takeout or delivery is the safest way to support restaurants & protect yourself & others from #COVID19. If you dine in, check if outdoor seating is available. Avoid enclosed tents. #WearAMask unless eating & stay at least 6ft from

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 21 2021 11:00:36

A flu vaccine is an essential part of protecting your health in 2021. Even if COVID-19 is spreading in your community, you can safely get a flu vaccine by following CDC’s recommendations for doctor visits. Learn how you can get

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 21 2021 08:56:08

RT @CDCDirector: I will extend the order halting residential evictions until at least 3/31/21. The #COVID19 pandemic has presented a historic threat to our nation’s health & has also triggered a housing affordability crisis that disproportionately affects some communities. https://bit.ly/390Tm7m

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 20 2021 22:57:00

RT @CDCDirector: I will extend the order halting residential evictions until at least 3/31/21. The #COVID19 pandemic has presented a historic threat to our nation’s health & has also triggered a housing affordability crisis that disproportionately affects some communities. https://bit.ly/390Tm7m

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 20 2021 18:00:21

#COVID19 vaccines are an important tool to help stop the pandemic. As of January 19, more than 13.5 million people had received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 2 million had received both doses and

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 20 2021 17:10:03

Did you know you can use CDC’s COVID Data Tracker to see the number of predicted #COVID19 cases and deaths in your area? Use data to help make decisions to protect yourself, your family, and your community. See the COVID

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 20 2021 17:01:05

One year ago, the first case of #COVID19 in the U.S. was reported to CDC. Cases continue to rise across the country. The current 7-day average of new cases is 208,548. Help slow the spread. 😷 Wear a mask. 🚫

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 20 2021 14:00:17

#HCPs: Do your patients have questions about #COVID19 vaccine side effects? Remind them that side effects, such as fever or pain in the arm where they get the shot, are normal signs that their body is building protection. Learn more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 20 2021 13:00:28

COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest research on #COVID19 cases in veterans’ health centers, how COVID-19 affects flu virus spread, and more. 👓 Read the full update: https://t.co/oWfFiofSiF       https://t.co/VCGtWRLSs7

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 20 2021 12:12:04

#Parents: Are you trying to decide whether to send your child to in-person school? CDC has a tool to assess your child’s & family’s risk of #COVID19 and determine the best instructional format. Learn more: https://t.co/z3oVIHBirZ         https://t.co/pi78kGGOhh

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 20 2021 10:28:30

RT @CDCgov: Everyone, regardless of #COVID19 test results, should keep wearing masks, avoiding gatherings, & staying at least 6 feet from others. People who take an antigen test that comes back negative should get retested if they have symptoms.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 19 2021 16:02:02

If you’ve had #COVID19, you should still get vaccinated. Experts aren’t sure how long someone is protected from getting sick again after recovering, and reinfection is possible. More: https://t.co/rJazB5TdQb  #SleeveUp https://t.co/Yrne1s3xWp

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 19 2021 15:15:04

Now available: CDC’s on-demand, self-paced courses for #HCPs who administer #COVID19 vaccine. Three modules share what you need to know about immunization best practices, Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, and Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more: https://t.co/8rh9yiRUnM https://t.co/OmsbwNFVky

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 19 2021 14:59:05

RT @CDCgov: .@CDCMMWR finds #COVID19 antigen tests, which often offer results in <30 minutes, correctly came back negative for most people without COVID-19. However, for infected people, antigen tests correctly identified only 2 of 3 w/ symptoms, 1 of 3

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 19 2021 13:20:05

.@CDCMMWR finds #COVID19 antigen tests, which often offer results in <30 minutes, correctly came back negative for most people without COVID-19. However, for infected people, antigen tests correctly identified only 2 of 3 w/ symptoms, 1 of 3 w/o symptoms.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 19 2021 13:20:07

Everyone, regardless of #COVID19 test results, should keep wearing masks, avoiding gatherings, & staying at least 6 feet from others. People who take an antigen test that comes back negative should get retested if they have symptoms. https://t.co/9yBuSMaIBk

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 19 2021 12:16:02

Join the CDC #COVID19 Partner Update Call Monday, January 25, at 3 pm ET via Zoom. Topic: Engaging Faith Leaders Advances Effective COVID-19 Response: Lessons Learned through Global-Domestic Collaborations. Retweet and Register: https://t.co/I72RVShBV1 #Faith #Health https://t.co/E2rYOJGuYt

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 19 2021 08:49:58

RT @CDCgov: The latest CDC #COVIDView report shows that while the level of #COVID19-like illness declined slightly this week compared to last, illnesses have been on the rise from September 2020 through early January. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2ViFflZ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 18 2021 12:54:02

Did you know you can use CDC’s COVID Data Tracker to see the number of predicted #COVID19 cases and deaths in your area? Use data to help make decisions to protect yourself, your family, and your community. See the COVID

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 18 2021 11:49:06

The latest CDC #COVIDView report shows that while the level of #COVID19-like illness declined slightly this week compared to last, illnesses have been on the rise from September 2020 through early January. Learn more: https://t.co/zP4VYlo0Pb        https://t.co/dxUO9F6vOY

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 18 2021 11:01:36

If you must have a repairperson or other visitor in your home, combine fresh air & other measures to help keep from getting or spreading #COVID19. Open doors & windows. Run kitchen/bathroom exhaust fans during the visit & 1 hour

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 18 2021 09:06:02

For many, the holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is about community service & that doesn’t have to change. Protect yourself & others from #COVID19 and drop off a meal to a neighbor, make hygiene kits for shelters, or

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 17 2021 17:00:26

If you want to spend time with people who don’t live with you, you’re less likely to be exposed to #COVID19 outdoors. Get together outside and have a picnic, play kickball, roast marshmallows by a firepit, or host an outdoor

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 17 2021 15:26:02

If you are pregnant or a new parent, visit CDC’s website to find answers about how to keep you and your new baby healthy during the #COVID19 pandemic. Learn more: https://t.co/Sa4NwvFd4I         https://t.co/fqvjFLyb6g

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 17 2021 12:54:02

Exercise outdoors to reduce your risk of getting #COVID19. If you can’t, go to a gym with high ceilings, good airflow & ventilation systems, & hand sanitizing stations. Make sure all staff & gym goers are required to #WearAMask. Stay

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 16 2021 15:10:03

If you want to see people you don’t live with, you’re less likely to be exposed to #COVID19 during outdoor activities. Get together outside if you can. If you can’t, stay 6 feet apart and wear a mask. Limit your

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – January 16 2021 13:54:00

⬆Cases of #COVID19 ⬆Hospitalizations from #COVID19 ⬆Deaths from #COVID19 Protect yourself and others. 🏠Stay home if you can. 😷Wear a mask. ↔ Stay 6 ft from others. 🚫Avoid crowds. 🖐Wash your hands. Do them all for the best protection. Learn

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