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COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 07 2021 13:00:24

Some people with disabilities and certain underlying health conditions are at higher risk for #COVID19. Learn how a health equity project is providing critical information to people more likely to get sick from COVID-19: https://t.co/Ryp7vu5lbi. https://t.co/iHyzu8YRoQ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 07 2021 12:30:21

Almost everyone in the U.S. lives within 5 miles of a #COVID19 vaccination site. Ways to find a COVID-19 vaccine near you: 🔍 Search https://t.co/HPNsJZVlIN 📱 Text your ZIP code to 438829 📞 Call 1-800-232-0233 Visit https://t.co/HPNsJZVlIN for more information.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 07 2021 09:05:05

The best #COVID19 vaccine is any one that’s available to you. Don’t wait for a specific brand. All three currently authorized and recommended COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. Learn more and get vaccinated as soon as you can: https://t.co/gpHAB0vbxW.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 06 2021 17:00:08

New: CDC’s COVID Data Tracker now displays trends in people in the U.S. who have gotten vaccinated along with trends in cases, by age group. In all age groups, as #COVID19 vaccination rates went up, cases went down. See the

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 06 2021 16:00:11

As of July 6, 2021, more than 182 million people have received at least one dose of a #COVID19 vaccine. Of those, more than 157 million are fully vaccinated. Once you’re fully vaccinated, you can do things you stopped doing

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 06 2021 13:00:01

#COVID19 vaccination will help protect you from getting COVID-19. You may have some side effects, like pain or redness where you got the shot, or tiredness. These are normal signs that your body is building protection and should go away

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 06 2021 11:10:43

In a new @CDCMMWR, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommends everyone 12 & older get a #COVID19 vaccine. The benefits of vaccination in preventing illness & death outweigh the rare risk of heart inflammation after vaccination. More: https://t.co/iPjbhU5jeV   

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 06 2021 11:10:44

While your teen is getting back-to-school vaccinations, make sure they get a #COVID19 vaccine, too. It takes 2 weeks after the second dose for adolescents to be fully vaccinated, so be sure your teen is protected against COVID-19 when they

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 05 2021 16:55:02

#PrepYourHealth for hurricane season. • Make an #emergency plan • Collect supplies & create “go kits” for your family • Know a safe place to shelter • Have several ways to receive weather alerts • Get a #COVID19 vaccine as

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 05 2021 11:00:01

#PrepYourHealth for #hurricane season during the #COVID19 pandemic. Make an emergency plan and get a COVID-19 vaccine for every family member over 12 as soon as you can. For more ways to keep yourself and loved ones safe: https://t.co/PxiLbxcieM   

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 04 2021 11:00:47

Summer’s here & the water’s fine! Get vaccinated against #COVID19 before visiting pools & beaches. If you’re not fully vaccinated: • Stay 6 ft from people who don’t live with you. • Wear a mask indoors, except in the water.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 03 2021 13:47:02

Trusted polio outreach teams pivoted to distribute lifesaving #COVID19 education materials & hand soap to people in rural Afghanistan. Read how Afghanistan’s Polio Program is supporting the country’s response to COVID-19 & other health equity initiatives: https://t.co/Ryp7vu5lbi. https://t.co/wmqhjbk6C0

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 03 2021 09:00:20

#PrepYourHealth for #hurricane season. • Make an emergency plan • Collect supplies & create “go kits” • Know a safe place to shelter • Have several ways to receive weather alerts • Get a #COVID19 vaccine as soon as you

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 02 2021 14:50:01

The U.S. has made great progress in the fight against #COVID19, but more needs to be done to reach freedom from the virus. As variants spread, vaccines will help protect you and the people you love. Read more about the

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 02 2021 14:20:02

A CDC study shows mRNA #COVID19 vaccines reduce risk of infection by 91%. If you are vaccinated & still get COVID-19, there are other benefits of vaccination, like fewer sick days & reduced risk of symptoms like fever or chills.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 02 2021 13:49:15

If you have not been fully vaccinated against #COVID19, find a COVID-19 vaccine near you: 🔍 Search https://t.co/2akIUZ14Rd 📱 Text your ZIP code to 438829 📞 Call 1-800-232-0233 Visit https://t.co/2akIUZ14Rd for more information. https://t.co/Aie0kQIprV

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 02 2021 13:00:02

Get a #COVID19 vaccine so you and your loved ones can stay safe on your trip! Whether you’re flying, driving, or sailing, CDC recommends delaying travel until you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Learn more: https://t.co/mUsXpabnGi. https://t.co/ypmqwxxU2u

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 02 2021 12:07:03

College and Grad Students: Get fully vaccinated against #COVID19 before returning to campus. Do your part to help slow the spread on campus & in your community. More: https://t.co/caiWK2NCz8. https://t.co/QPh8QnbkdP

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 02 2021 11:40:02

New study: Public Health Reports compares 2 different data sources for national #COVID19 surveillance and identifies actions to improve data completeness and reduce reporting burden. Read more here: https://t.co/h9u8irH51R. https://t.co/i7Ao1gi5Jj

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 02 2021 11:15:55

A new @CDCMMWR finds portable, high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) cleaners can reduce airborne particles and, along with universal masking, could offer greater protection from #COVID19. Learn more: https://t.co/26RgymOmrx. https://t.co/Jw4F7a6bpe

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 02 2021 10:10:03

Parents: Help your college student get fully vaccinated against #COVID19 before they return to campus. Vaccines are the best way to keep college students from getting and spreading the virus that causes COVID-19. More: https://t.co/eRihKBePNt. https://t.co/GsWsIchQcE

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 01 2021 17:10:02

Almost everyone in the U.S. lives within 5 miles of a #COVID19 vaccination site. Ways to find a COVID-19 vaccine near you: 🔍 Search https://t.co/HPNsJZVlIN 📱 Text your ZIP code to 438829 📞 Call 1-800-232-0233 Visit https://t.co/HPNsJZVlIN for more information.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 01 2021 17:02:24

As of June 28, national forecasts predict 600–2,900 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending July 24. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 608,000–615,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl. https://t.co/2Sy09j6pxv

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 01 2021 15:40:01

Many people in racial & ethnic minority groups are at greater risk of getting very sick from #COVID19 due to longstanding injustices in healthcare, housing, & other factors. You can help make a difference. Get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 01 2021 14:40:02

A new report finds that obesity, diabetes with complication, and the presence of multiple chronic conditions were the strongest chronic risk factors for death from #COVID19 among hospitalized adults. Learn more: https://t.co/KzsarYhHYA. https://t.co/c0vd8ANqa0

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 01 2021 13:56:02

Summer’s here & the water’s fine! Get vaccinated against #COVID19 before visiting pools & beaches. If you’re not fully vaccinated: • Stay 6 ft from people who don’t live with you. • Wear a mask indoors, except in the water.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 01 2021 12:00:03

Help stop the spread of Delta and other variants by getting vaccinated as soon as you can. FDA-authorized #COVID19 vaccines offer protection against Delta and other known variants. Find your vaccine: https://t.co/xbvNiaVJKV. https://t.co/oLXLCwvgrY

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 01 2021 12:00:23

The more a virus spreads, the more it mutates, and the more variants can emerge. #COVID19 vaccinations help stop more dangerous variants from emerging. Find COVID-19 vaccines: Search https://t.co/xbvNiaVJKV Text ZIP code to 438829 Call 1-800-232-0233

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – July 01 2021 10:05:07

Get a #COVID19 vaccine. COVID-19 changed our way of life. Vaccines are our chance to take charge of our health and do our part to help stop this pandemic. Learn more: https://t.co/jx5ZXGEHqt. https://t.co/yjywekZ3f2

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 30 2021 16:50:03

#COVID19 cases are going up in some parts of the country. The 7-day average of daily new cases is 12,609, up 10.3% from the week before. Get vaccinated as soon as you can to protect yourself & your community. More

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 30 2021 16:10:03

One dose of an mRNA #COVID19 vaccine may offer some protection, but two doses are needed for a better immune response. Get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you can. If you get an mRNA vaccine, be sure to get

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 30 2021 14:38:02

Parents: Help your college student get fully vaccinated against #COVID19 before they return to campus. Vaccines are the best way to keep college students from getting and spreading the virus that causes COVID-19. More: https://t.co/caiWK2NCz8           https://t.co/E32UsdTzw7

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 30 2021 13:20:03

Many racial & ethnic minority groups may face barriers to #COVID19 vaccines. Health equity occurs when everyone has fair access to health, including vaccines to stay healthy, like COVID-19 and flu vaccines. Learn more about CDC’s Health Equity in Action:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 30 2021 13:00:54

The best #COVID19 vaccine is any one that’s available to you. Don’t wait for a specific brand. All three currently authorized and recommended COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. Learn more and get vaccinated as soon as you can: https://t.co/gpHAB0vbxW 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 30 2021 12:43:01

#HCPs: Take advantage of the 15-minute post-vaccination observation period to encourage parents to register their adolescent children for v-safe so they can report side effects from a #COVID19 vaccine & get reminders if a 2nd dose is needed. Learn more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 29 2021 17:00:07

CDC’s COVID Data Tracker’s County View page shows vaccination progress in the U.S. by county. New maps allow you to view the percent of the population 65+, 18+, or 12+ who received at least one dose of #COVID19 vaccine. See

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 29 2021 16:00:14

Get a #COVID19 vaccine. COVID-19 changed our way of life. Vaccines are our chance to take charge of our health and do our part to help stop this pandemic. Learn more: https://t.co/yJFqxDIlhb            https://t.co/WDO7jHHr33

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 29 2021 14:30:00

Be prepared in case you need to go to a public shelter this #hurricane season. Make an emergency plan, have a “go kit,” and get a #COVID19 vaccine as soon as you can. Learn more: https://t.co/PxiLbxcieM #PrepYourHealth #HurricanePrep    https://t.co/84RntlsMAf

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 29 2021 13:00:58

When you receive a #COVID19 vaccine, it’s important to know when you are fully vaccinated. It’s not instant. COVID-19 vaccines teach our immune systems how to recognize and fight the virus that causes COVID-19. Learn more: https://t.co/TRZRzx3cym       

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 29 2021 12:15:00

Trying to start a family? If you’re trying to get pregnant now or would like to get pregnant in the future, you can get a #COVID19 vaccine. There’s no evidence that any vaccines, including COVID-19 vaccines, can cause fertility problems.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 29 2021 11:10:02

New @CDCMMWR finds unequal access to full-time, in-person school during the #COVID19 pandemic. Increasing vaccination rates among teachers, staff, and eligible students can help get all students back to in-person school in the fall. More: https://t.co/WTYE0tfqgP. https://t.co/Bh9vc9wO22

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 29 2021 10:00:56

Most people get both #COVID19 vaccine doses from the same location, but you don’t have to. You can get your second shot in a different facility or state. Bring your vaccination card to your second appointment so you get the

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 28 2021 17:00:12

As of June 28, 2021, more than 179 million people had received at least one dose of a #COVID19 vaccine. Of those, more than 153 million are fully vaccinated. Once you’re fully vaccinated, you can do things you stopped doing

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 28 2021 15:40:02

The best #COVID19 vaccine is any one that’s available to you. Don’t wait for a specific brand. All three currently authorized and recommended COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. Learn more and get vaccinated as soon as you can: https://t.co/xqnuK2W1lE 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 28 2021 14:48:02

CDC has answers to many of your questions about #COVID19 vaccines based on accurate, data-driven information. See CDC’s COVID-19 Vaccine #FAQ page: https://t.co/y15Q6eGIx8                 https://t.co/Sht938p2OX

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 28 2021 13:31:03

Providers and volunteers of homeless services: Continue wearing masks and keeping at least 6 feet from others in shelters, even if you’ve been fully vaccinated against #COVID19. All clients should wear a mask and keep 6 feet apart, too. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 27 2021 09:00:29

#Parents: 3 things about v-safe: 1️⃣ V-safe helps you report side effects from a #COVID19 vaccine & sends reminders if a 2nd dose is needed 2️⃣ You can enroll your children age 12 & up from your smartphone 3️⃣ One

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 26 2021 16:13:02

At least 15% of Navajo Nation homes lack in-house running water, making it more difficult for these residents to get enough safe water for activities needed to prevent #COVID19. Read about the Navajo Nation Water Access Project: https://t.co/Ryp7vu5lbi. https://t.co/I9pa4qWabl

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 26 2021 15:00:20

@CDCMMWR shows that workplace investigations of #COVID19 outbreaks can help identify employee cases and contacts. Employees are encouraged to participate in workplace investigations to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Learn more: https://t.co/6Jhfaiqedr. https://t.co/E9OdalRKLp

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 26 2021 09:00:27

If you’re fully vaccinated and have been exposed to someone with known or suspected #COVID19, you don’t need to get tested or quarantine as long as you don’t develop symptoms. More guidance for fully vaccinated people: https://t.co/RFPg9PcXUV. https://t.co/J852bd2q4A

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 25 2021 17:30:05

Need a #COVID19 test? CDC’s new COVID-19 Viral Testing Tool can help you: ✔️Know what kind of test you need ✔️Understand next steps based on your test result Learn more: https://t.co/r5bA3jmTGy. https://t.co/07aNyjZHqf

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 25 2021 16:47:44

The virus that causes #COVID19 is constantly changing through mutation, leading to new variants. There are multiple variants found around the world and in the U.S. COVID-19 vaccines can help us fight these variants by stopping the spread of COVID-19.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 25 2021 16:15:02

Older adults are more likely to be hospitalized due to #COVID19. As older adults continue to get vaccinated, recent COVID-NET data show COVID-19-associated hospitalization rates for adults 85+ have dropped to the lowest point since March 2020. More: https://t.co/QEgTRevmQ4. https://t.co/d7egU369BU

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 25 2021 16:11:47

True! Experts do not yet know how long you are protected from getting sick again after recovering from #COVID19. Get your COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you can. Learn more: https://t.co/mUsXpasZ4S. https://t.co/PhOAoShie5

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 25 2021 15:40:02

Most people get both #COVID19 vaccine doses from the same location, but you don’t have to. You can get your second shot in a different facility or state. Bring your vaccination card to your second appointment so you get the

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 25 2021 15:20:03

#COVID19 vaccines are effective at keeping you from getting COVID-19. If you are fully vaccinated, you can resume activities that you did prior to the pandemic. If you have questions about the vaccines, check out the COVID-19 Vaccine #FAQ page:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 25 2021 14:58:01

Agriculture workers continue to be at high risk for #COVID19 due to various factors, including access to transportation, health care, and language barriers. Learn more about health equity strategies to support agriculture workers and others: https://t.co/Ryp7vu5lbi. https://t.co/o1gPmek5SM

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 25 2021 11:12:00

New @CDCMMWR finds 53% of surveyed state, tribal, territorial, and local public health department workers who worked during the #COVID19 pandemic reported #mentalhealth symptoms of depression, anxiety, or PTSD. More: https://t.co/9BUIDzD0q6. https://t.co/SHaDXQFg4b

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 24 2021 16:45:34

As of June 21, national forecasts predict 500–2,900 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending July 17. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 606,000–612,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl. https://t.co/BaZd7ba3DH

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 24 2021 15:30:09

#COVID19 vaccines are effective at keeping you from getting COVID-19. If you are fully vaccinated, you can resume activities that you did prior to the pandemic. If you have questions about the vaccines, check out the COVID-19 Vaccine #FAQ page:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 24 2021 13:56:02

Need a #COVID19 test? CDC’s new COVID-19 Viral Testing Tool can help you: ✔️ Know what kind of test you need ✔️ Understand next steps based on your test result Learn more: https://t.co/NIySuYW72m. https://t.co/gG7xNQ1BVK

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 24 2021 13:10:04

New @CDCMMWR shows that workplace investigations of #COVID19 outbreaks can help identify employee cases and contacts. Employees are encouraged to participate in workplace investigations to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Learn more: https://t.co/Tek4P5yU5Z. https://t.co/NbutEafNVv

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 24 2021 12:30:08

If you’re fully vaccinated and have been exposed to someone with known or suspected #COVID19, you don’t need to get tested or quarantine as long as you don’t develop symptoms. More guidance for fully vaccinated people: https://t.co/R5PvHlqx3P. https://t.co/iceXitQbp9

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 24 2021 11:45:00

#Parents: 3 things about v-safe: 1️⃣ V-safe helps you report side effects from a #COVID19 vaccine & sends reminders if a 2nd dose is needed 2️⃣ You can enroll your children age 12 & up from your smartphone 3️⃣ One

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 23 2021 17:01:01

Overall, trends in #COVID19 cases continue to improve across the United States. The 7-day average of daily new cases is 11,282, down 7.1% from the week before. Get vaccinated as soon as you can to protect yourself & your community.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 23 2021 16:00:22

Explore CDC’s data on pregnant women with #COVID19 and their infants. CDC’s COVID Data Tracker presents data from state & local health departments on trimester of infection, type of delivery, & more. See the data: https://t.co/LdtSc7KJVi. https://t.co/n4vUL5PzWJ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 23 2021 15:23:00

Get a #COVID19 vaccine as soon as you can. It’s a way to show love to your neighbors and community and bring us all one step closer to returning to our way of life. More: https://t.co/2MAK2FOA0z         https://t.co/VMndZii3pL

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 23 2021 13:57:03

Homeless services providers: People experiencing homelessness may be more likely to get severely ill from #COVID19. Learn how to protect adults, children, and teens experiencing homelessness from COVID-19. Learn more: https://t.co/F4AAHnUniE           https://t.co/iK4A27wDJN

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 23 2021 13:15:06

Some racial and ethnic minority groups have been extra affected by #COVID19. You can help create a healthier world for all. Get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you can. Learn more: https://t.co/yJFqxDIlhb      https://t.co/a5rxivK1j3

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 23 2021 12:35:05

You’re invited to “Motivate to Vaccinate: National Month of Action for #COVID19 Vaccinations,” a webinar on Thursday, June 24, at 1:00pm ET. Register here: https://t.co/jBRfOhXswk @BCAgainstCOVID @VocesenSalud @WeAreUnidosUS @nrc_rim @CHLActionPlan https://t.co/N77OOiW73Q

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 22 2021 16:45:03

New: The Nationwide Blood Donor Seroprevalence page on CDC’s COVID Data Tracker shows estimates of the percentage of people with #COVID19 antibodies from a study of blood donors. This can help us understand who is still at risk of infection.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 22 2021 16:00:20

Join CDC for a webinar, “Motivate to Vaccinate: National Month of Action for #COVID19 Vaccinations,” on Thursday, June 24, at 1:00 pm ET. Register here: https://t.co/jBRfOhXswk @BCAgainstCOVID @VocesenSalud @WeAreUnidosUS @nrc_rim @CHLActionPlan https://t.co/VgGs8klcgg

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

#COVID19 vaccination will help protect you from getting COVID-19. You may have some side effects, like pain or redness where you got the shot, or tiredness. These are normal signs that your body is building protection and should go away

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 22 2021 15:00:25

A new @CDCMWMR examines whether adults 18–39 surveyed March–May intended to get a #COVID19 vaccine. Vaccine side effects & safety remained common concerns for people unsure about getting vaccinated & more information could help persuade them to be. More: https://t.co/L1yejiiXyK 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 22 2021 11:00:16

If you have an underlying health condition or take a medication that weakens your immune system, talk with your healthcare provider about whether you should continue taking precautions against #COVID19 after you’re fully vaccinated. More: https://t.co/TRZRzx3cym. https://t.co/EiBk4LmjZ4

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 21 2021 17:00:12

As of June 21, 2021, more than 177.3 million people had received at least one dose of a #COVID19 vaccine. Of those, more than 150 million are fully vaccinated. If you’re fully vaccinated, you can do things you stopped doing

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 21 2021 13:06:05

If you have an underlying health condition or take a medication that weakens your immune system, talk with your healthcare provider about whether you should continue taking precautions against #COVID19 after you’re fully vaccinated. More: https://t.co/FJMon7WlFO         

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 21 2021 12:01:30

The weekly #COVID19 vaccination rate was lower among younger adults and has slowed for all ages in recent weeks. Efforts are needed to improve vaccination coverage for all ages, especially groups with lower uptake, such as younger adults. More @CDCMMWR:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 21 2021 12:01:29

A new @CDCMMWR finds that by May 22, 2021, 57% of people 18 and older had received 1 or more #COVID19 vaccine doses. Vaccination coverage was highest among those 65 and older (80%) and lowest among those 18–29 (38%). Learn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 21 2021 11:10:03

A new @CDCMWMR examines whether adults 18–39 surveyed March–May intended to get a #COVID19 vaccine. Vaccine side effects & safety remained common concerns for people unsure about getting vaccinated & more information could help persuade them to be. More: https://t.co/dmyIjJIuT6 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 21 2021 10:45:03

Join today’s CDC #COVID19 Partner Update Call, “A Call to Action: Mobilizing America to Vaccinate Against COVID-19,” at 3:00 pm EDT. Retweet and Register: https://t.co/px0Roa4es6        https://t.co/Oi3enyUWgl

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 18 2021 15:04:02

You can use CDC’s Nowcast to predict variants of the virus that causes #COVID19 in the United States. Use this data tool to see the estimated proportions of different variants in each region: https://t.co/Oymzenmv0N. https://t.co/XcIOM5LzwJ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 18 2021 14:11:00

How do we know #COVID19 vaccines are safe? CDC & @US_FDA have safety monitoring systems to make sure every vaccine is as safe as possible. One system, VAERS, records adverse events from patients and doctors and can signal a potential

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 18 2021 13:02:03

You can get a #COVID19 vaccine and other vaccines, including flu and shingles, at the same visit. You no longer need to wait 14 days between vaccines. Side effects are the same if vaccines are given alone or together. More

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 18 2021 12:01:26

When you receive a #COVID19 vaccine, it’s important to know when you are fully vaccinated. It’s not instant. COVID-19 vaccines teach our immune systems how to recognize and fight the virus that causes COVID-19. Learn more: https://t.co/TRZRzx3cym. https://t.co/zSgjwvp7WQ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 18 2021 10:00:58

Real-world data on mRNA #COVID19 vaccines show two doses offer better protection than one. Follow up for your second dose to get the most benefit. Learn more: https://t.co/bRD9Qrbhdw. https://t.co/sOCLrEWzq8

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 17 2021 17:37:51

Father’s Day is a special time for many families. People who are fully vaccinated against #COVID19 can celebrate the day inside or outside without wearing masks and staying 6 feet apart. Learn more: https://t.co/FC2Js66xnt. https://t.co/DaJFjDs2jn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 17 2021 17:37:52

If you are not fully vaccinated against #COVID19, celebrate with people who live with you, have a virtual meal with family, or host an outdoor event. More: https://t.co/PamSx6NqyB. https://t.co/mJ1YzjhU8W

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

As of June 14, national forecasts predict 600–3,600 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending July 10. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 604,000–613,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl. https://t.co/YgrCWWWPQF

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

As of June 14, national forecasts predict 600–3,600 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending July 10. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 604,000–613,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl. https://t.co/YgrCWWWPQF

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 17 2021 16:15:00

Millions of people, including pregnant people, have safely received #COVID19 vaccines. Pregnant people are more likely to get severely ill from COVID-19, & pregnant people with COVID-19 are more likely to have preterm births & other complications. More: https://t.co/pBVlI6STf8. https://t.co/GQAsNa51M4

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 17 2021 15:00:18

Recent real-world studies show full vaccination w/ an mRNA vaccine (14 days after 2nd dose) reduces risk of #COVID19 illness & hospitalization by more than 90%. Get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you can, & if you get an mRNA vaccine, get

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 17 2021 13:51:02

New @CDCMMWR finds that 7 in 10 parents and unpaid caregivers of adults reported mental health concerns like depression, anxiety, trauma, stress, and suicidal thoughts during the #COVID19 pandemic. More: https://t.co/3XVW3yGB0P. https://t.co/epFd0TiRP6

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 17 2021 13:10:03

#COVID19 vaccines are effective but it typically takes 2 weeks for your body to build protection after vaccination. This means people can get COVID-19 if they are exposed just before or after they’re vaccinated. More: https://t.co/2D9mqWljgK. https://t.co/IfGG0KhPZQ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 17 2021 13:00:27

Getting only one dose of an mRNA #COVID19 vaccine may offer some protection against COVID-19, but two doses are needed to get the most protection. It’s best to get all recommended doses. More: https://t.co/bRD9Qrbhdw. https://t.co/7Zq3N0cQS3

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 17 2021 11:30:08

Parents: Taking your child to get their #COVID19 vaccine? Use the 15-minute observation period right after vaccination to enroll them in v-safe, a smartphone-based tool. With v-safe, you can tell CDC if your child has any side effects. More: https://t.co/S4ZmF2foa9.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 17 2021 11:01:04

Authorized #COVID19 vaccines are effective at preventing COVID-19, but no vaccine prevents illness 100% of the time. A small percentage of fully vaccinated people may get COVID-19, but vaccines can keep you from getting very ill if you’re infected. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 16 2021 17:00:13

#COVID19 cases are continuing to decrease in most parts of the United States. The 7-day average of daily new cases is 12,192, down 15.8% from the previous week. Get vaccinated as soon as you can. More data: https://t.co/gp6X4zBMdj. https://t.co/golUw7SOJQ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 16 2021 16:00:16

🧪 COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest #COVID19 research on vaccine effectiveness against variants of concern, post-vaccination myocarditis in adolescents, and more. 👓 Read the full update: https://t.co/wdsNweJdNU. https://t.co/2z6SvxMynX

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 16 2021 15:30:06

Real-world data on mRNA #COVID19 vaccines show two doses offer better protection than one. Follow up for your second dose to get the most benefit. Learn more: https://t.co/mcYekFn2OH. https://t.co/HvCVDOes96

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 16 2021 15:05:04

#COVID19 may be new, but the COVID-19 vaccines are built on trusted work that goes back decades. COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. Get vaccinated as soon as you can. Learn more: https://t.co/2MAK2FwZ91 https://t.co/p5gN2X0WP0

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 16 2021 15:00:48

When loved ones decide to get a #COVID19 vaccine, help make it happen. Offer to make the appointment, go with them, drive them, or babysit. Everyone who gets vaccinated brings us closer to moving past the COVID-19 pandemic. More: https://t.co/yrlneOM8Oa 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 16 2021 13:15:07

Join CDC’s #COVID19 Partner Update Call, A Call to Action: Mobilizing America to Vaccinate Against COVID-19, Monday, June 21, at 3:00 pm EDT, for info on the latest vaccination efforts, and updates on travel guidance and post-COVID conditions. Register: https://t.co/px0Roa4es6 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 16 2021 12:15:09

When you receive a #COVID19 vaccine, it’s important to know when you are fully vaccinated. It’s not instant. COVID-19 vaccines teach our immune systems how to recognize and fight the virus that causes COVID-19. Learn more: https://t.co/FJMon7WlFO       

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 16 2021 11:30:13

#HCPs: Attend the next COCA Call, Thursday, June 17, at 2pm EDT. Topic: Evaluating and Caring for Patients with Post-COVID Conditions. More: https://t.co/zJRuSpayhK    #COVID19   https://t.co/K7lqKur6s0

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 15 2021 18:00:11

CDC’s Nowcast is a data projection tool that provides estimates of the continuously changing proportion of different variants of the virus that causes #COVID19 in the United States. Learn more: https://t.co/Oymzenmv0N          https://t.co/IEghV59OkP

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 15 2021 17:30:05

#DYK? CDC’s COVID Data Tracker allows you to view trends in hospitalizations and disease severity among patients hospitalized with #COVID19. Explore trends broken down by age group, sex, ICU admissions, and more. Learn more: https://t.co/xZlVaPPdDQ          https://t.co/taQ7anih7c

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 15 2021 16:56:45

CDC is tracking a new variant of the virus that causes #COVID19 called Delta, or B.1.617.2. There is evidence that this variant spreads easily from person to person. Get vaccinated as soon as you can to stop the spread of

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 15 2021 15:14:02

Authorized #COVID19 vaccines are effective at preventing COVID-19, but no vaccine prevents illness 100% of the time. A small percentage of fully vaccinated people may get COVID-19, but vaccines can keep you from getting very ill if you’re infected. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 15 2021 14:30:11

#HCPs: Listen to & support your patient’s experience with post-COVID conditions, a wide range of physical & mental health problems occurring after a #COVID19 infection. CDC has released new guidance on caring & managing post-COVID conditions. Learn more: https://t.co/qZODQAq50n   

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 15 2021 14:20:00

You can help protect people who are more likely to get severely ill from #COVID19 by getting vaccinated as soon as you can. We are still learning how well COVID-19 vaccines protect people with weakened immune systems. Learn more: https://t.co/qYCGg0UJtb 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 15 2021 13:51:02

Getting only one dose of an mRNA #COVID19 vaccine may offer some protection against COVID-19, but two doses are needed to get the most protection. It’s best to get all recommended doses. More: https://t.co/mcYekFn2OH https://t.co/Jns4GzQp1u

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 15 2021 11:50:03

To find a #COVID19 vaccine near you: • Search https://t.co/HPNsJZVlIN • Text your ZIP code to 438829 • Call 1-800-232-0233 Get vaccinated as soon as you can. Visit https://t.co/HPNsJZVlIN for more information. https://t.co/Cy6t3V0Yyp

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 15 2021 11:10:21

Pregnant people are at higher risk of severe illness and death from #COVID19 compared to nonpregnant people of reproductive age. Health care providers can offer accurate vaccine information to increase COVID-19 vaccination among pregnant people. More: https://t.co/SGrHpPkuuC       

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 15 2021 11:10:20

A new @CDCMMWR shows the need to increase #COVID19 vaccination among pregnant people, particularly those who are younger and from some racial and ethnic minority groups. Learn more: https://t.co/SGrHpPkuuC https://t.co/3PAYh5kTq2

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 15 2021 10:43:49

RT @CDCgov: As of June 14, 2021, more than 174.2 million people had received at least one dose of #COVID19 vaccine. Of those, over 144.9 million are fully vaccinated. If you’re fully vaccinated, you can do things you couldn’t do

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 14 2021 17:00:13

As of June 14, 2021, more than 174.2 million people had received at least one dose of #COVID19 vaccine. Of those, over 144.9 million are fully vaccinated. If you’re fully vaccinated, you can do things you couldn’t do because of

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 14 2021 13:02:03

CDC has added a new chart to its COVID Data Tracker page on #COVID19 during pregnancy: Cases of COVID-19 among Pregnant Women by Week of Diagnosis. Explore this and other data: https://t.co/NT9iDJEqFl https://t.co/0zkfZkAdiq

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 14 2021 11:05:57

People who are fully vaccinated against #COVID19 can resume activities without wearing a mask or staying 6 feet apart. Get a COVID-19 vaccine so you can get back to doing the things you love. More: https://t.co/FJMon7WlFO https://t.co/DdGNKYm8ti

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 13 2021 15:00:23

#PrepYourHealth for hurricane season. • Make an #emergency plan • Collect supplies & create “go kits” for your family • Know a safe place to shelter • Have several ways to receive weather alerts • Get a #COVID19 vaccine as

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 13 2021 13:58:00

CDC health scientist Ada Dieke worked with the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes in Idaho to keep their communities safe from #COVID19. She helped craft messages from community members posted on the tribe’s website, including videos featuring tribal elders. More: https://t.co/YWcN8lfGIO     

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 13 2021 11:00:00

If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can resume activities that you did before the pandemic without wearing a mask or staying 6 ft apart. Follow federal, state, local, tribal & territorial laws, and business & workplace guidance. Learn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 12 2021 15:00:21

If you are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19, continue to wear a mask over your nose & mouth to prevent your germs from reaching others & to keep theirs from reaching you. #COVID19 spreads from person to person through respiratory

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 12 2021 11:00:03

When CDC responders arrived in Richmond, Virginia, to investigate a #COVID19 outbreak among Latino residents, they discovered a need for accessible information. They translated materials into Spanish, expanded testing in the area, and more: https://t.co/6tzt2IKQAI          https://t.co/ub6CClUVoa

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 11 2021 16:44:20

Recent COVID-NET data show that the #COVID19 hospitalization rates for non-Hispanic American Indian/Alaska Native people have increased & are currently the highest of any race/ethnicity group. Vaccinations are critical to preventing serious illness. More: https://t.co/qpYN3dSJL8. https://t.co/VSdqOewGcL

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 11 2021 15:30:26

Since the beginning of the pandemic, some racial and ethnic minority groups have had higher rates of #COVID19 infection, hospitalization, and death. We all have a part in ensuring everyone has the opportunity to be as healthy as possible. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 11 2021 14:11:00

Almost everyone in the U.S. lives within 5 miles of a #COVID19 vaccination site. Ways to find a COVID-19 vaccine near you: 🔍 Search https://t.co/2akIUZiFIL 📱 Text your ZIP code to 438829 📞 Call 1-800-232-0233 Visit https://t.co/2akIUZiFIL for more information.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 11 2021 12:00:15

New @CDCMMWR study highlights that adolescents & young adults have struggled more than previously understood during the #COVID19 pandemic, which may be increasing anxiety & stress due to disruptions in daily life & concerns about social isolation & changes in

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 11 2021 12:00:14

New @CDCMMWR: Emergency department visits for suspected #suicide attempts among US adolescent girls ages 12-17 rose 51% b/t Feb 21–Mar 20, 2021 during the #COVID19 pandemic, compared w/ the same time in 2019. More: https://t.co/OQ8wAQ8IwT. https://t.co/zaS3UhQvpD

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 11 2021 12:01:22

Protect yourself & others from #COVID19 in shared housing: Get vaccinated. If you’re not fully vaccinated, wear a mask, stay at least 6 ft from people who don’t share a room with you, & avoid crowds & poorly ventilated spaces.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 11 2021 11:00:00

TODAY: @CDCDirector answers your questions about #COVID19 on Mrs. Michelle Obama’s Instagram. Hear the latest on COVID-19 vaccines. Check Mrs. Obama’s Instagram stories to see if your question is answered! https://t.co/JrQFf01NMn https://t.co/b7qmyos0AF

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 10 2021 17:40:03

When talking with friends and family about #COVID19 vaccines, it can be helpful to ask open-ended questions to explore concerns. For example, ask, “What are your thoughts about the vaccine?” More conversation tips: https://t.co/yrlneOM8Oa. https://t.co/joG2D8s7Vy

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 10 2021 17:00:26

As of June 7, national forecasts predict 700–4,000 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending July 3. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 603,000–612,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl https://t.co/S54EfB1BHA

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 10 2021 16:26:00

#COVID19 vaccines are recommended for most people with underlying health conditions. Data are limited on how well vaccines protect people with weakened immune systems. Ask your doctor whether you should keep taking precautions after vaccination. More: https://t.co/qYCGg0D84B. https://t.co/I05Xe0fxc0

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 10 2021 15:32:02

When you’re fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can resume most activities without wearing a mask. However, there are still some places where you should consider a mask. Know when and where to wear a mask. Learn more: https://t.co/YQOMl9VWh9. https://t.co/gq2RS2Wfuz

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 10 2021 14:00:19

In a new MMWR, CDC’s expanded genomic surveillance shows that the B.1.1.7 variant grew from less than 1% of U.S. #COVID19 cases in January 2021 to about 66% by April 24. CDC continues to monitor variants to help end the

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 10 2021 13:25:39

New @CDCMMWR finds a large drop in routine child & adolescent vaccinations from Mar–May 2020 during #COVID19. States, doctors, & parents can help ensure children are caught up on vaccinations as schools reopen for in-person learning. More: https://t.co/kutSYjdZTD. https://t.co/tWxLxy4MLQ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 10 2021 12:30:10

Have questions about #COVID19? @CDCDirector answers your questions about COVID-19 vaccines on Mrs. Michelle Obama’s Instagram tomorrow, Friday 6/11. Check her stories to see if your question is answered! https://t.co/V1k1NGnB2X https://t.co/Z5tjKTkmCn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 10 2021 12:00:27

Anyone age 12 & up can get a #COVID19 vaccine, regardless of insurance or immigration status. The federal government provides vaccinations at no cost. Proof of citizenship is not required for vaccination. More: https://t.co/LZsHT0nCRN. https://t.co/UeRjGoE4xZ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 10 2021 11:00:25

#Parents: Your children 12 years & older are eligible to get a #COVID19 vaccine. After they’ve been vaccinated, enroll them in v-safe. Use this smartphone-based tool to complete their health check-ins & get reminders if a second shot is needed.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 10 2021 09:40:02

Almost everyone in the U.S. now lives within 5 miles of a #COVID19 vaccination site. Now that it’s easier than ever to get a COVID-19 vaccine, #SleeveUp so we can start to do some things that we stopped doing because

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 09 2021 17:00:01

About 70% of U.S. states & territories are seeing falling rates of #COVID19 cases. The 7-day average of daily new cases is 14,143, down 10.3% from the previous week. Get vaccinated as soon as you can. More data: https://t.co/gp6X4zTnBT. https://t.co/OkPRTzSAww

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 09 2021 16:30:00

🧪 COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest #COVID19 research on vaccine safety in 12- to 15-year-olds, variants of concern, mask effectiveness, and more. 👓 Read the full update: https://t.co/VdEaQCmaGW.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 09 2021 15:00:00

More than 100 million adults in the United States have been fully vaccinated against #COVID19 and are resuming activities they did before the pandemic. COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. Get vaccinated as soon as you can. More: https://t.co/yJFqxDIlhb   

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 09 2021 15:00:47

Make a plan to get a #COVID19 vaccine as soon as you can: ✔ Visit your health department’s website for information on COVID-19 vaccination. ✔ Learn what to expect at your vaccination appointment. ✔ Know what to expect after vaccination.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 09 2021 14:18:00

Once you’re fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can resume activities without wearing a mask or staying 6 feet apart. Always follow federal, state, local, tribal or territorial laws, and local business and workplace guidance. Learn more: https://t.co/lL3jQVqgB1       

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 08 2021 16:45:02

The #COVID19 pandemic has revealed long-standing health inequalities across communities and among some racial and ethnic minority groups. CDC COVID Data Tracker’s new Health Equity page illustrates those issues with data and visualizations. Learn more: https://t.co/dZd2SSgR2a         https://t.co/gRUgoHXd1q

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 08 2021 16:45:03

The #COVID19 pandemic has revealed long-standing health inequalities across communities and among some racial and ethnic minority groups. CDC COVID Data Tracker’s new Health Equity page illustrates those issues with data and visualizations. Learn more: https://t.co/dZd2SSgR2a       https://t.co/d5huFxU3Yt

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 08 2021 15:55:00

Because of the hard work, skill, and dedication of #COVID19 vaccination providers, more than 118 million people in the United States are fully protected against COVID-19. You can help your community by becoming a COVID-19 vaccination provider. Learn more: https://t.co/SIlGlmAGPB

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 08 2021 14:45:02

A new report finds children w/ hospital encounters who have underlying conditions like type 1 diabetes, obesity, & cardiac & circulatory congenital anomalies are more likely to get severely ill from #COVID19 than children w/o these conditions. Learn more: https://t.co/sz9tnZfG8k 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 08 2021 13:33:03

#Parents: Looking for a #COVID19 vaccine for your 12–15-year-old? Check with your child’s doctor or your local pharmacy to see if they have vaccination appointments. You can also visit https://t.co/U6bZ3HQd3P to find vaccination providers near you: https://t.co/p4fdYarnsK       

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 08 2021 12:45:04

Protect yourself & others from #COVID19 in shared housing: Get vaccinated. If you’re not fully vaccinated, wear a mask, stay at least 6 ft from people who don’t share a room with you, & avoid crowds & poorly ventilated spaces.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 08 2021 11:23:09

A new @CDCMMWR finds #COVID19 cases, emergency department visits, hospital admissions, & deaths declined more among older U.S. adults, which is likely due, in part, to higher #COVID19 vaccination coverage for this age group. Learn more: https://t.co/TowtRsCSdm       https://t.co/IbVLykLd84

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 08 2021 08:39:53

RT @CDCgov: Almost everyone in the United States lives within 5 miles of a #COVID19 vaccination site. As of June 7, 2021, more than 171 million people had received at least one dose of vaccine. Of those, over 139 million

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 07 2021 17:00:14

Almost everyone in the United States lives within 5 miles of a #COVID19 vaccination site. As of June 7, 2021, more than 171 million people had received at least one dose of vaccine. Of those, over 139 million are fully

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 07 2021 14:50:00

A new CDC study finds that mRNA #COVID19 vaccines reduce your risk of infection by 91%. Everyone 12 years and older is now eligible for COVID-19 vaccination. Get vaccinated as soon as you can. Learn more: https://t.co/zRC3OPahEd       

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 07 2021 12:00:39

Physical activity is important for physical and mental health. Protect yourself and others from #COVID19: Get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you can. If you have been fully vaccinated, you can exercise indoors or outdoors without a mask. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 07 2021 11:00:03

CDC and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that even during #COVID19, children continue to see their doctor for checkups and routinely recommended vaccinations: https://t.co/N4EvHmcubn  #VaccinesWork #CDC https://t.co/5PEuZWDZHP

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 06 2021 13:25:00

If you are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19, continue to wear a mask over your nose & mouth to prevent your germs from reaching others & to keep theirs from reaching you. #COVID19 spreads from person to person through respiratory

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 05 2021 14:08:02

Protect yourself and others from #COVID19 by getting vaccinated as soon as you can. If you’re not fully vaccinated: Wear a mask over your nose & mouth. Stay at least 6 feet from others. Avoid crowds and poorly ventilated spaces.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 05 2021 13:00:27

#PrepYourHealth for hurricane season. • Make an #emergency plan • Collect supplies & create “go kits” for your family • Know a safe place to shelter • Have several ways to receive weather alerts • Get a #COVID19 vaccine as

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 05 2021 12:49:01

CDC’s new toolkit for colleges and universities can help administrators and staff build students’ confidence about #COVID19 vaccines and encourage students to get vaccinated. Find resources and messaging to spread the word on campus: https://t.co/bZwoNoetKJ. https://t.co/VOomrjLbdX

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 04 2021 17:30:08

By the end of May, more than 33 million people in the United States tested positive for #COVID19, & at the end of April, 22% of people had antibodies showing they had been infected with the virus that causes COVID-19.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 04 2021 17:01:21

Rates of #COVID19-associated hospitalization in young people are lower than those in adults, but cases of severe disease have been documented in adolescents ages 12-17. Vaccinating adolescents is important to help slow the spread of COVID-19. More: https://t.co/F4bAyObDp1. https://t.co/TXgd8xNo8P

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 04 2021 16:48:19

If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can resume activities without wearing a mask or staying 6 feet apart, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal or territorial laws, and local business and workplace guidance. More: https://t.co/lL3jQV8FJt. https://t.co/H7XhgMaW5K

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 04 2021 16:00:34

When loved ones decide to get a #COVID19 vaccine, help make it happen. Offer to make the appointment, go with them, drive them, or babysit. Everyone who gets vaccinated brings us closer to moving past the COVID-19 pandemic. More: https://t.co/yrlneOM8Oa.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 04 2021 15:19:02

College or university administrators: Looking for tools to build confidence on campus about #COVID19 vaccines? CDC’s COVID-19 Vaccination Toolkit for Institutions of Higher Education can help you encourage vaccination among students, faculty, and staff: https://t.co/bZwoNoetKJ. https://t.co/Cm7E6dHuFg

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 04 2021 14:30:00

College & University Administrators: Vaccines are the top strategy to protect students, faculty, & staff from getting and spreading #COVID19 on campus. Learn more on how vaccines & other strategies slow the spread on campuses & in the community: https://t.co/fDK3lngcXv.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 04 2021 11:10:02

A new @CDCMMWR finds of 204 adolescents hospitalized for COVID-19 during Jan–Mar 2021, nearly a third were admitted to an ICU. The report shows the importance of #COVID19 vaccination for adolescents and mask use for those not yet vaccinated. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 03 2021 17:00:20

As of May 31, national forecasts predict 800–4,800 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending June 26. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 601,000–614,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl. https://t.co/Tt8sclQV0G

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 03 2021 13:40:01

A new @CDCMMWR study highlights how, for South Sudan and possibly other countries, #COVID19 surveillance data can be better understood in the context of how a country’s funding, policy, and strategy for COVID-19 have changed over time. Learn more: https://t.co/lv5puFeyWL.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 03 2021 12:05:00

Healthcare workers: You have the expertise to vaccinate people in your community and get us one step closer to ending the pandemic. Enroll to be a #COVID19 vaccination provider: https://t.co/SIlGlmSieb. https://t.co/QlWdDDSpHN

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 03 2021 11:00:02

Wondering how viral vector #COVID19 vaccines work? This new animation explains how viral vector vaccines help our bodies recognize and fight viruses. Learn more: https://t.co/WK1dmA4xcN. https://t.co/gNDVmhYUep

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 03 2021 09:55:03

#COVID19 spreads from person to person. The joy we get from ending the pandemic will spread from person to person, too. Getting a COVID-19 vaccine will bring us one step closer to returning to our way of life. Learn more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 02 2021 18:00:33

#Parents: Although fewer children have gotten #COVID19 compared to adults, they still can get infected & spread it to others even if they don’t have symptoms. Make plans to get your children 12 years & older vaccinated against COVID-19. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 02 2021 17:01:02

About 80% of U.S. states & territories are seeing declining rates of #COVID19 cases. The 7-day average of daily new cases is 15,623, a 30.8% decrease from the previous week. Get vaccinated as soon as you can. More data: https://t.co/gp6X4zTnBT.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 02 2021 16:30:03

🧪 COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest #COVID19 research on vaccine effectiveness, deaths related to the pandemic in the United States and across the globe, and more. 👓 Read the full update: https://t.co/6cA8dtGwgS.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 02 2021 15:00:47

#VaxFact: Pregnant and breastfeeding people can receive a #COVID19 vaccine. If you have questions, talk to your healthcare provider. Learn more: https://t.co/yssuEFjKKG         https://t.co/w7zCb3MTi4

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 02 2021 15:00:01

Thank you, healthcare providers, for continuing to do your part and help your community. With every #COVID19 vaccine given, we are closer to ending the pandemic. Find out how to serve your community by becoming a COVID-19 vaccinator: https://t.co/SIlGlmAGPB https://t.co/tcjSMr7312

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 02 2021 14:00:01

Teachers, staff, & students should continue practicing #COVID19 precautions in schools for the rest of the 2020-21 school year, even if they’ve been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Wear a mask, stay 6 ft from others, & wash hands often. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – June 02 2021 13:00:00

If you get a Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna #COVID19 vaccine, you will need 2 shots for the most protection. For help scheduling your second shot, contact the location that set up your first appointment. Learn more: https://t.co/YrWuIWXZ9m       https://t.co/rfN9URLdQt

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 26 2021 17:00:16

If you’re not fully vaccinated against #COVID19, take actions to protect yourself like wearing a mask and staying 6 feet apart. If you’re fully vaccinated, you can resume some activities that you stopped doing because of the pandemic. See more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 26 2021 17:00:15

#COVID19 cases have declined to their lowest levels in nearly a year and are continuing to decrease in most of the country. The 7-day average of daily new cases is 22,139, a 23% decrease from the previous 7-day average of

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 26 2021 16:30:09

#HCPs: Attend CDC’s COCA Call Thursday, May 27, at 2pm EDT, on “Underlying Medical Conditions and Severe #COVID19: Evidence-based Information for Healthcare Providers.” Learn more: https://t.co/E9Egu6dgxu. https://t.co/4HS3TwcF6B

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 26 2021 16:00:23

More than 30,800 @USNationalGuard members across the country continue to support #COVID19 missions & provide vaccinations to help end the pandemic. Do your part. Get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you can so we can protect ourselves and each

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 26 2021 15:10:04

To find a #COVID19 vaccine near you: 1. Search https://t.co/HPNsJZVlIN 2. Text your ZIP code to 438829 3. Call 1-800-232-0233 Get vaccinated as soon as you can. Visit https://t.co/HPNsJZVlIN for more information. https://t.co/tkfmN2Djzb

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 26 2021 15:03:01

🧪 COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest #COVID19 research on university testing strategies, hospitalization risks in children and adolescents, and more. 👓 Read the full update: https://t.co/9w5QK9uBZx

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 26 2021 14:31:00

Some #COVID19 vaccines require 2 doses. If you receive a Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, you will need 2 shots to get the most protection. Learn more: https://t.co/YrWuIWXZ9m         https://t.co/KJDmqRxVMD

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 26 2021 13:54:04

New SARS-CoV-2 lineages were recently classified as variants of interest. Investigations are underway to determine their potential impact on current #COVID19 vaccines, medical treatments, and diagnostic tests. Learn more: https://t.co/yPwp1CvLce           https://t.co/rVvmksFYtt

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 26 2021 12:20:04

Almost everyone in the U.S. now lives within 5 miles of a #COVID19 vaccination site. Now that it’s easier than ever to get a COVID-19 vaccine, #SleeveUp so we can start to do some things that we stopped doing because

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 26 2021 11:01:02

#Parents: Although fewer children have gotten #COVID19 compared to adults, they still can get infected & spread it to others even if they don’t have symptoms. Make plans to get your children 12 years & older vaccinated against COVID-19. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 25 2021 17:05:03

Easy-to-read versions of @CDCgov guidance about #COVID19 vaccines are available. Learn about how vaccines are safe and can help protect you from COVID-19. See materials (supported by @CDCFound): https://t.co/7xOyicQw9S https://t.co/5EET2nNEG7

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 25 2021 16:30:04

#COVID19 hospital admissions are declining in most age groups across the U.S. The New Hospital Admissions page on CDC’s COVID Data Tracker now shows data broken down by state or territory and age group. See COVID-19 hospital admissions in your

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 25 2021 15:35:03

When loved ones decide to get a #COVID19 vaccine, help make it happen. Offer to make the appointment, go with them, drive them, or babysit. Everyone who gets vaccinated brings us closer to moving past the COVID-19 pandemic. More: https://t.co/tGGql5cDOC 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 25 2021 13:12:04

#Parents: Are you looking for a #COVID19 vaccine for your 12–15-year-old? Check w/ your child’s doctor or your local pharmacy to see if they have vaccination appointments. You can also visit https://t.co/U6bZ3HQd3P to find vaccination providers near you: https://t.co/p4fdYarnsK https://t.co/5KrhaiuMbz

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 25 2021 12:40:03

New American Sign Language (#ASL) videos about how to protect yourself and others from #COVID19 are now available on @CDCgov’s YouTube channel. Watch the videos here: https://t.co/KTqt3UpfvU https://t.co/4XofI3gW6B

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 25 2021 11:10:04

Data published today in @CDCMMWR provide information on #COVID19 vaccine breakthrough cases reported to CDC between Jan 1 and April 30. Learn more: https://t.co/rjs7jQkWYt         https://t.co/X3I0DYhAlu

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 24 2021 16:42:41

It takes 2 weeks after #COVID19 vaccination to be fully vaccinated. As of May 24, 2021, more than 163 million people across the United States had received at least one dose of #COVID19 vaccine. Of those, more than 130 million

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 24 2021 14:12:02

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Check out this new American Sign Language (#ASL) video for helpful tips on managing stress during #COVID19: https://t.co/BX19oCDg4Y        https://t.co/dBnoneCMYN

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 24 2021 12:00:29

Everyone 12 years and older is now eligible to get a #COVID19 vaccine. Widespread vaccination is a critical tool to help stop the pandemic. Getting your child or teen vaccinated can bring you one step closer to enjoying the activities

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 24 2021 11:30:07

Find the latest #COVID19 health equity case studies, videos, webinars, and research publications to help you and your organization understand more about health disparities: https://t.co/jptJqC9hTm       https://t.co/x0tEkj1GPi

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 24 2021 10:30:07

Join today’s CDC #COVID19 Partner Update Call, “Pregnant in a Pandemic: What data say about COVID-19 & COVID-19 vaccines,” at 3:00 pm EDT. Retweet and Register: https://t.co/vGlyUkZA4d #vaccination #pregnancy https://t.co/bdQtSzvFdo

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 23 2021 17:00:14

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations like #COVID19. You may feel anxious, angry, sad, or overwhelmed. You or a loved one can find support 24/7 by calling or texting 1-800-985-5990. Learn more: https://t.co/wXnutfd7UA https://t.co/1VzmKUV8ly

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 23 2021 15:55:02

New American Sign Language (#ASL) videos about how to protect yourself and others from #COVID19 are now available on CDC’s YouTube channel. Watch the videos here: https://t.co/y2hAU8hutB       https://t.co/OE4qIOcd0t

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 23 2021 12:55:02

To find a #COVID19 vaccine near you: 1. Search https://t.co/HPNsJZVlIN 2. Text your ZIP code to 438829 3. Call 1-800-232-0233 Get vaccinated as soon as you can. Visit https://t.co/HPNsJZVlIN for more information. https://t.co/YzMH2DlSoO

COVID-19 Update from GA Department of Public Health – May 23 2021 08:05:04

#COVID19 vaccines are effective in protecting you from getting really sick. Once you’re fully vaccinated, you can do some of the things you’ve missed as long as you follow #COVID19 prevention measures. Visit https://t.co/v2knVRnLxw to learn more. #SayYesGA #VaccinateGA  https://t.co/WVlj0tDF1o

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 22 2021 15:56:03

As CDC country director, Macarena Garcia is responsible for all CDC activities in the Dominican Republic. With #COVID19, Macarena advises the country’s leaders on travel orders, vaccine supplies, & its vaccine program. Learn more: https://t.co/JHJ0WG6SHB        https://t.co/f8VFcVRPHO

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 22 2021 15:55:02

Make a plan to get a #COVID19 vaccine as soon as you can. ✔ Visit your health department’s website for information on COVID-19 vaccination. ✔ Learn what to expect at your vaccine appointment. ✔ Know what to expect after vaccination.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 22 2021 12:05:04

Everyone who chooses to get a #COVID19 vaccine does it for a reason—to protect family, to see their friends, to get back to work. When talking with friends and family about getting vaccinated, ask them about their “why.” More tips:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 22 2021 11:00:16

Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations. Finding ways to practice #SelfCare can help reduce your stress during #COVID19. Find ways to cope with stress: https://t.co/GKZV8vsPCV        https://t.co/kLNCEJxWtw

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 21 2021 16:30:05

Recent COVID-NET data show that #COVID19 hospitalization rates for non-Hispanic Black people remain nearly double the rates of non-Hispanic White people. Getting vaccinated is critical to preventing serious illness and getting these rates down. More: https://t.co/qpYN3dSJL8 https://t.co/baKUtFcVqO

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 21 2021 16:02:11

#COVID19 cases, deaths, and hospitalizations are down, and vaccinations continue to climb. As summer nears and you return to the things you love, consider how COVID-19 is spreading in your community when making plans and choosing activities. More: https://t.co/F4bAyObDp1 https://t.co/DHc9KSx2qk

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 21 2021 14:36:00

Have questions about #COVID19 vaccines? We have answers. The fact is COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective at keeping you from getting sick from COVID-19. They are an important tool to protect our families and get back to our way

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 21 2021 13:30:09

If recommended, get a 2nd #COVID19 shot even if you had side effects after the 1st, unless a vaccination provider or doctor tells you not to. Side effects are normal signs your body is building protection. More: https://t.co/YrWuIXfAxW     

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 21 2021 12:30:01

More than 60% of American adults have received their first #COVID19 vaccine. Do your part to help defeat this virus so we can get back to spending time with the ones we love. #WeCanDoThis 🔍 Search https://t.co/2akIUZiFIL 💬 Text your

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 21 2021 12:00:32

A new @CDCMMWR found that elementary schools with improved ventilation and mask requirements for teachers and staff helped slow the spread of #COVID19 and provided safer, in-person learning environments. Learn more: https://t.co/Z17ngoeUOJ        https://t.co/eWBlJKvLnJ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 21 2021 11:10:04

A new @CDCMMWR shows how routine, school-based #COVID19 testing in Utah enabled early identification of cases and allowed in-person instruction and extracurricular activities to continue. Learn more: https://t.co/Zae6JREnzN     https://t.co/rSkQPXoWhF

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 21 2021 10:01:25

Thanks to @ALPublicHealth, @AlabamaNG, @CDCFound , & @NASCAR for teaming up with CDC on #RacetoEndCOVID, where attendees got #COVID19 vaccines & tests this past Saturday! If you haven’t received a vaccine yet, find one at https://t.co/2akIUZ14Rd or call 1-800-232-0233. https://t.co/c39VSyub3D 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 21 2021 09:25:02

Everyone 12 years and older is now eligible to get a #COVID19 vaccine. Your child may have some side effects like chills and a headache after getting vaccinated. These are normal signs that their body is building protection. More: https://t.co/BXi75NcyKR 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 20 2021 17:00:37

As of May 17, national forecasts predict 1,200–4,600 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending June 12. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 594,000–604,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl        https://t.co/FhS5OFYRZZ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 20 2021 16:00:18

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations like #COVID19. You may feel anxious, angry, sad, or overwhelmed. You or a loved one can find support 24/7 by calling or texting 1-800-985-5990. Learn more: https://t.co/GKZV8vsPCV https://t.co/Wd9A1wdRt2

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 20 2021 15:00:22

#Parents: Now that your children 12 years and older are eligible for a #COVID19 vaccine, you’re one step closer to enjoying moments you miss, like visits with grandparents! Get your family vaccinated as soon as you can. More: https://t.co/p4fdYarnsK. https://t.co/ft2MtvpFtw

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 20 2021 14:30:00

DID YOU KNOW: Almost 1 in 5 people with severe illness from #COVID19 require oxygen therapy? Pulse oximeters are painless and simple tools that can measure your oxygen levels at home. Learn how: https://t.co/9arFELP0Bq. #PulseOximetry https://t.co/qDz9D2FMhU

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 20 2021 13:10:06

New @CDCMMWR finds District of Columbia child care facilities were able to reduce #COVID19 spread by using prevention measures like mask wearing by teachers and other staff, symptom monitoring, and smaller class sizes. Learn more: https://t.co/5K7wFJIXcF. https://t.co/1UuMz9mi6l

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 20 2021 13:01:24

If you live with someone who is or was recently pregnant, help protect them by making sure you also take steps to prevent getting and possibly spreading #COVID19. Wear a mask. Stay 6 feet away from others and avoid crowds.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 20 2021 12:00:37

Everyone who chooses to get a #COVID19 vaccine does it for a reason—to protect family, to see their friends, to get back to work. When talking with friends and family about getting vaccinated, ask them about their “why.” More tips:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 20 2021 11:00:59

#VaxFact: You can get a #COVID19 vaccine if you are trying to become pregnant or want to get pregnant. There is currently no evidence that any vaccines, including COVID-19 vaccines, cause fertility problems. Learn more: https://t.co/yssuEFjKKG. https://t.co/Kf4Dibak9W

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 19 2021 16:30:04

#COVID19 cases are decreasing nationwide, but they’re still high in some parts of the country. The 7-day average of new daily cases decreased 18.5% compared with the previous week. Keep doing your part to slow the spread. Get vaccinated. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 19 2021 16:10:02

Sharing quick, accurate answers to common concerns about #COVID19 vaccines can help someone be more confident about getting vaccinated. More conversation tips: https://t.co/yrlneOM8Oa. https://t.co/rYHErsGjsg

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 19 2021 15:00:23

Join CDC’s #COVID19 Partner Update Call Monday, May 24, at 3:00 pm EDT, for more information on what you need to know about the effects of COVID-19 vaccines on pregnant people. Retweet and Register: https://t.co/vGlyUkZA4d. #Vaccination #Pregnancy https://t.co/lwg3WUjZTy

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 19 2021 14:37:00

It’s okay to have questions about the #COVID19 vaccines. The fact is COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective at keeping you from getting sick from COVID-19. Find answers from trusted sources, like your health department, or healthcare provider. More: https://t.co/bKmffmNh7o.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 19 2021 13:00:26

Everyone 12 years and older is now eligible to get a #COVID19 vaccine. Your child may have some side effects like chills and a headache after getting vaccinated. These are normal signs that their body is building protection. More: https://t.co/p4fdYarnsK.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 19 2021 12:15:08

When talking with friends and family about #COVID19 vaccines, it can be helpful to ask open-ended questions to explore concerns. For example, ask, “What are your thoughts about the vaccine?” More conversation tips: https://t.co/yrlneOM8Oa. https://t.co/AQkB2qihR8

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 19 2021 12:00:33

Employers, healthcare systems and providers, public health agencies, policymakers, and others all have a part in helping promote fair access to health. Learn how CDC is working with these groups for equitable access to #COVID19 vaccines: https://t.co/W2LMS3hEls. https://t.co/fBet3ntU4f

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 18 2021 16:30:10

#DYK? CDC’s COVID Data Tracker now displays case, death, and testing data on the same page, along with levels of community transmission. Easily compare states and territories to understand how the #COVID19 situation in your community differs from others: https://t.co/4dgsRDM4vy.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 18 2021 15:10:04

#VaxFact: It takes about 2 weeks after you receive your final vaccine dose for your body to build protection against #COVID19. That’s 2 weeks after your 1-dose vaccine, or 2 weeks after your second dose of a 2-dose vaccine. More

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 18 2021 14:30:14

#VaxFact: You can get a #COVID19 vaccine if you are trying to become pregnant or want to get pregnant. There is currently no evidence that any vaccines, including COVID-19 vaccines, cause fertility problems. Learn more: https://t.co/pBVlI6STf8       https://t.co/qyPTDtJP1A

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 18 2021 14:25:38

RT @CDCDirector: Today’s @CDCMMWR study shows that rates of #COVID19 vaccination are lower in rural compared w/ urban counties. Healthcare providers, pharmacies, & community leaders: YOU can help improve vaccine access and confidence in rural areas. http://Bit.ly/MMWR51821

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 18 2021 14:13:17

RT @CDCgov: DYK? Everyone 12 years and older is now eligible to get a #COVID19 vaccine. Have your family #SleeveUp 💪 for their vaccine as soon as they can and join millions of others across the United States in helping

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 18 2021 12:15:00

DYK? Everyone 12 years and older is now eligible to get a #COVID19 vaccine. Have your family #SleeveUp 💪 for their vaccine as soon as they can and join millions of others across the United States in helping to stop

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 18 2021 12:05:07

To find a #COVID19 vaccine near you: 1. Search https://t.co/HPNsJZVlIN 2. Text your ZIP code to 438829 3. Call 1-800-232-0233 Get vaccinated as soon as you can. Visit https://t.co/HPNsJZVlIN for more information. https://t.co/7VhgXJ5rn2

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 18 2021 11:10:03

New @CDCMMWR finds lower #COVID19 vaccination rates in rural counties compared to urban counties. Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is an important step to protect yourself, your family, and your community. Read more: https://t.co/deVuG4HIxc        https://t.co/wa845yTR3u

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 17 2021 17:24:30

RT @CDCDirector: State and local health departments have been key partners in our fight to #SlowTheSpread of #COVID19. Thank you to everyone working in communities and to @CDCgov staff like Peggy, for helping to get them the resources they need.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 17 2021 17:02:47

Everyone age 12 & older is now eligible for a #COVID19 vaccine. As of May 16, 2021, more than 157.1 million people across the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 122.9

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 17 2021 15:37:02

#NEW: An updated list of articles by CDC on people experiencing homelessness and #COVID19 now includes information on contact tracing, handwashing, and hospitalizations. Find links to these new articles and others: https://t.co/lPk9nBxlL1       https://t.co/k6dk9QQ4Qb

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 17 2021 15:16:36

RT @CDCgov: #Parents: Your children 12 years and older are eligible to get a #COVID19 vaccine. Have your family #SleeveUp 💪 for their vaccine as soon as they can and join millions of others across the United States in helping

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 17 2021 15:06:02

#Parents: Your children 12 years and older are eligible to get a #COVID19 vaccine. Have your family #SleeveUp 💪 for their vaccine as soon as they can and join millions of others across the United States in helping stop the

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 17 2021 13:07:10

Pregnant and recently pregnant people are more likely to get severely ill from #COVID19, although the overall risk is low. If you are pregnant, visit CDC’s webpage to learn what you need to know to stay healthy and avoid getting

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 17 2021 12:05:08

#DYK? CDC works with states, territories, tribes, and local communities to advance health equity for communities unequally affected by #COVID19. Learn more: https://t.co/Iw21OtZZcw         https://t.co/X200RZk9qe

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 16 2021 15:00:20

If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can resume activities without wearing a mask or staying 6 feet apart, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal or territorial laws, incl. local business and workplace guidance. More: https://t.co/TRZRzx3cym https://t.co/NPNLS2laM0

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 16 2021 11:00:31

Make a plan to get a #COVID19 vaccine as soon as you can. ✔ Visit your health department’s website for information on COVID-19 vaccination. ✔ Learn what to expect at your vaccine appointment. ✔ Know what to expect after vaccination.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 15 2021 17:23:01

#VaxFact: It takes about 2 weeks after you receive your final vaccine dose for your body to build protection against #COVID19. That’s 2 weeks after your 1-dose vaccine, or 2 weeks after your second dose of a 2-dose vaccine. More

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 15 2021 17:00:14

Easy-to-read versions of @CDCgov guidance about #COVID19 vaccines are available. Learn about how vaccines are safe and can help protect you from COVID-19. See materials (supported by @CDCFound): https://t.co/7xOyicQw9S https://t.co/evOgulAXcv

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 15 2021 13:00:29

It’s Hurricane Preparedness Week. Protect yourself & others from #COVID19 if you need to stay in a public shelter or with family & friends this #hurricane season. Get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you can. More: https://t.co/cFO09KJv88. #PrepYourHealth #SleeveUp

COVID-19 Update from GA Department of Public Health – May 15 2021 08:50:04

When you say “YES” to #COVID19 vaccines you may experience short-term side effects, but you’ll receive long-term safety. When talking with family and friends about the vaccine, tell them about the lasting protection of COVID-19 vaccines. #ISaidYesGA #VaccinateGA   https://t.co/vy4eOCaxAE

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 14 2021 16:00:19

Severe #COVID19 is rare in kids, but recent COVID-NET data show that rates of COVID-19-associated hospitalization in children ages 5 to 17 have doubled since mid-March. Everyone ages 12 and older should get vaccinated as soon as they can. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 14 2021 14:43:20

RT @CDCgov: Wondering if you’re fully vaccinated against #COVID19? Here’s the key 🔑. You’re considered fully vaccinated: • 2 weeks after the second shot of Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine • 2 weeks after 1 dose of Johnson & Johnson’s

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 14 2021 14:40:03

Health equity occurs when everyone has the opportunity to be as healthy as possible. Learn how CDC promotes fair access to health for communities unequally affected by #COVID19: https://t.co/OVro238b8r https://t.co/BrWSoQ4z9Y

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 14 2021 14:08:06

A new @CDCMMWR outlines recommendations from CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices for use of the Pfizer-BioNTech #COVID19 Vaccine among adolescents age 12 to 15 years old. Get your adolescent vaccinated as soon as you can: https://t.co/0g0TygWEZt https://t.co/83gFllfeuy

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 14 2021 13:23:48

RT @CDCDirector: We updated our guidance for fully vaccinated people because: 1. #COVID19 cases are down 2. Vaccines are widely available 3. Vaccines = 90-95% effective in real-world studies 4. Vaccines are working against variants 5. Those fully vaccinated are

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 14 2021 13:10:08

A new @CDCMMWR provides more evidence that mRNA #COVID19 vaccines are effective in real-world conditions. Two doses of the mRNA vaccines were 94% effective among study participants at preventing symptomatic COVID-19. More: https://t.co/nfbhTiu80F https://t.co/MY801PtkM6

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 14 2021 12:15:09

Wondering if you’re fully vaccinated against #COVID19? Here’s the key 🔑. You’re considered fully vaccinated: • 2 weeks after the second shot of Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine • 2 weeks after 1 dose of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 Vaccine

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 14 2021 11:10:06

#Parents: Everyone 12 years and older is now eligible for #COVID19 vaccination. Help protect your family by planning to get everyone who’s eligible vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon as you can. More: https://t.co/p4fdYarnsK        https://t.co/hrYLVBQ7Y1

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 13 2021 17:00:04

As of May 10, national forecasts predict 1,500–5,500 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending June 5. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 591,000–602,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl         https://t.co/P2IPC22L8h

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 13 2021 16:40:05

#HCPs: Attend CDC’s COCA Call on Friday, May 14, at 2 pm EDT, on the Pfizer-BioNTech #COVID19 Vaccine expansion for 12- to 15-year-olds. Learn more: https://t.co/LcHvuxKO3H        https://t.co/CNkde91QGf

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 13 2021 16:21:25

RT @CDCgov: #DYK? Some #COVID19 vaccines require 2 doses. Make sure to get the 2nd dose for the most protection. Get the 2nd shot as close as possible to the recommended interval. Full details here: https://bit.ly/2RfAtaM

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 13 2021 16:21:39

RT @CDCgov: UPDATE: If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can resume activities without wearing a mask or staying 6 feet apart, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal or territorial laws, incl. local business and workplace guidance.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 13 2021 16:08:00

#DYK? Some #COVID19 vaccines require 2 doses. Make sure to get the 2nd dose for the most protection. Get the 2nd shot as close as possible to the recommended interval. Full details here: https://t.co/YrWuIXfAxW https://t.co/nHeX8N9AqG

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 13 2021 15:00:46

Testing for #COVID19 at home? Go to @CDCgov At-Home Testing web page for tips on performing the test and understanding your results. New visual aids can help you collect your specimen properly. Learn more: https://t.co/tKMAXiYcrn https://t.co/LebvmFwLhx

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 13 2021 14:35:19

UPDATE: If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can resume activities without wearing a mask or staying 6 feet apart, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal or territorial laws, incl. local business and workplace guidance. More: https://t.co/FJMon7WlFO

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 13 2021 14:10:04

A new @CDCMMWR shows that a free community-based #COVID19 testing initiative in Chicago was effective at reaching people living in communities with less access to testing and disproportionately higher COVID-19 rates. More: https://t.co/j8YjdAHagN          https://t.co/Mp7iPR9FZD

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 13 2021 13:10:04

New @CDCMMWR reiterates that people with #COVID19 symptoms and a negative #antigen test should get a confirmatory RT-PCR test & continue to practice measures like wearing a mask and staying 6ft from others to prevent the spread while awaiting confirmation.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 13 2021 12:09:06

#HCPs: Your patients 12 years & older are now eligible to get a #COVID19 vaccine. Talk to your patients & their parents about the benefits of COVID-19 vaccination. Answer their questions, so they can feel confident in their decision to

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 13 2021 11:06:54

RT @CDCgov: DYK? Everyone 12 years and older is now eligible to get a #COVID19 vaccine. Have your family #SleeveUp 💪 for their vaccine as soon as they can and join millions of others across the United States in helping

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 13 2021 11:01:08

DYK? Everyone 12 years and older is now eligible to get a #COVID19 vaccine. Have your family #SleeveUp 💪 for their vaccine as soon as they can and join millions of others across the United States in helping to stop

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 13 2021 11:01:11

Now that children ages 12 and older are eligible for a #COVID19 vaccine, families are one step closer to enjoying moments they’ve missed, like visits with grandparents! More: https://t.co/p4fdYarnsK     https://t.co/5pt36MdFNW

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 13 2021 08:51:01

RT @CDCgov: CDC now recommends Pfizer-BioNTech #COVID19 vaccine for use in 12- through 15-year-old adolescents. Providers may begin vaccinating them right away. See full statement from @CDCDirector Dr. Rochelle Walensky: https://bit.ly/3tCXvp3

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 12 2021 17:19:36

CDC now recommends Pfizer-BioNTech #COVID19 vaccine for use in 12- through 15-year-old adolescents. Providers may begin vaccinating them right away. See full statement from @CDCDirector Dr. Rochelle Walensky: https://t.co/OyFn44JWN1         https://t.co/lmnVab3jJc

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 12 2021 15:55:03

Each month, CDC shares #COVID19 Community Features to highlight health departments and partners across the U.S. that are working hard to improve access to COVID-19 vaccines. Read about communities doing great work in Kansas, Puerto Rico, and New Jersey: https://t.co/c9TlMiU2ka 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 12 2021 15:02:00

We know graduation is a special time for many families, and that #COVID19 presents challenges to celebrating this milestone safely. Follow local guidance for graduation celebrations and take steps to protect yourself and others from #COVID19. More: https://t.co/FC2Js5OWvV https://t.co/LhSUJx8Jea

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 12 2021 13:00:57

If you live with someone who is or was recently pregnant, help protect them by making sure you also take steps to prevent getting and possibly spreading #COVID19. Wear a mask. Stay 6 feet away from others and avoid crowds.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 12 2021 13:00:28

Sharing quick, accurate answers to common concerns about #COVID19 vaccines can help someone be more confident about getting vaccinated. More conversation tips: https://t.co/tGGql5cDOC        https://t.co/D6kTinSrX9

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 12 2021 12:01:09

This is Hurricane Preparedness Week. Protect yourself and others from #COVID19 if you need to stay in a public shelter or with family and friends this #hurricane season. Get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you can. Learn more: https://t.co/UovXYKhRYZ 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 12 2021 11:38:40

RT @CDCgov: The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) plays a role in vaccine safety monitoring, including #COVID19 vaccines. ACIP’s 15 members review many aspects of vaccines, like safety & effectiveness. Learn more about ACIP: https://bit.ly/3dF34P4

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 12 2021 11:01:08

The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) plays a role in vaccine safety monitoring, including #COVID19 vaccines. ACIP’s 15 members review many aspects of vaccines, like safety & effectiveness. Learn more about ACIP: https://t.co/bHCGKohsRS       https://t.co/aPKxXa8JZo

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 11 2021 17:00:21

CDC’s COVID Data Tracker now displays vaccination progress in the U.S. by race and ethnicity. See the percentage of people in each racial/ethnic group who have received at least one dose of a #COVID19 vaccine and how many are fully

COVID-19 Update from GA Department of Public Health – May 11 2021 16:29:51

RT @NGAHealthDist: Reminder! Rock Bridge Community Church teams with Public Health in Dalton & Chatsworth TODAY to host a #COVID19Vaccine Clinic for Ages 12+. Get ALL details in English y Espanol at https://nghd.org/news/media-releases/rock-bridge-community-church-hosts-public-health-covid-19-vaccine-clinic-may-11

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 11 2021 16:28:53

RT @CDCgov: New: Easy-to-read versions of CDC guidance about #COVID19 vaccines are available. Learn about how vaccines are safe and can help protect you from COVID-19. See materials (supported by @CDCFound): https://bit.ly/3qHRINT

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 11 2021 16:02:03

New: Easy-to-read versions of CDC guidance about #COVID19 vaccines are available. Learn about how vaccines are safe and can help protect you from COVID-19. See materials (supported by @CDCFound): https://t.co/uFcdUCjHFA https://t.co/qDN1sBnH7F

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 11 2021 13:10:04

By mid-April 2021, nearly 80% of people 65 years & older received at least one dose of #COVID19 vaccine. Counties w/ lower vaccine initiation rates had higher numbers of older people w/o a computer, living in poverty, w/out internet &

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 11 2021 12:25:44

RT @CDCEnvironment: Hurricane season starts June 1. During the #COVID19 pandemic, give yourself more time than usual to prepare your emergency food, water, and medical supplies. Learn more: https://cdc.gov/disasters/hurricanes/covid-19/prepare-for-hurricane.html… #PrepYourHealth #HurricanePrep

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 11 2021 12:05:07

Make a plan to get a #COVID19 vaccine as soon as you can. ✔ Visit your health department’s website for information on COVID-19 vaccination. ✔ Learn what to expect at your vaccine appointment. ✔ Know what to expect after vaccination.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 11 2021 11:46:14

The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices is meeting on May 12, 2021 to discuss a recommendation for the use of this vaccine for the prevention of #COVID19 in persons aged 12 years and older. Learn more: https://t.co/kMcBjPKl2P       

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 11 2021 11:00:00

If you’re fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can start getting back to some of the things you stopped doing because of the pandemic. Outdoor activities are safer, but fully vaccinated people can also participate in some indoor activities safely. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 11 2021 11:01:22

RT @CDCgov: If you’re fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can start getting back to some of the things you stopped doing because of the pandemic. Outdoor activities are safer, but fully vaccinated people can also participate in some indoor activities

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 11 2021 09:35:02

Almost everyone in the U.S. now lives within 5 miles of a #COVID19 vaccination site. Now that it’s easier than ever to get a COVID-19 vaccine, #SleeveUp so we can start to do some things that we stopped doing because

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

RT @CDCgov: #COVID19 vaccines are safe and effective. As of May 10, more than 152 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 115 million are fully vaccinated. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 10 2021 17:00:11

#COVID19 vaccines are safe and effective. As of May 10, more than 152 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 115 million are fully vaccinated. More: https://t.co/zYLe3H12re   

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 10 2021 15:09:03

Technology lets pathologists like CDC’s Joy Gary look at specimens even when not in the office. Joy uses a camera embedded in a microscope to virtually show colleagues what she sees when looking at how #COVID19 affects lung tissue. Learn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 10 2021 14:07:35

RT @CDCEnvironment: This is Hurricane Preparedness Week. Protect yourself and others from #COVID19 if you need to stay in a public shelteror with family & friends this #hurricane season. Get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you can. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3d7ukDr 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 10 2021 13:31:02

If you live with someone who is or was recently pregnant, help protect them by making sure you also take steps to prevent getting and possibly spreading #COVID19. Wear a mask. Stay 6 feet away from others and avoid crowds.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 10 2021 12:34:43

RT @CDCgov: Post-COVID conditions are symptoms that last weeks or months after you’ve had #COVID19. If you think you have a post-COVID condition, talk to your healthcare provider about options for treatment. Many patients with these symptoms get better with

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 10 2021 12:16:55

CDC and experts around the world are working to learn more about post-COVID conditions, who gets them, and why. The best way to prevent long-term complications is to prevent #COVID19. Get vaccinated, wear a mask, stay 6 feet apart, and

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 10 2021 12:15:10

Post-COVID conditions are symptoms that last weeks or months after you’ve had #COVID19. If you think you have a post-COVID condition, talk to your healthcare provider about options for treatment. Many patients with these symptoms get better with time. https://t.co/C4G6TXWodw

COVID-19 Update from GA Department of Public Health – May 10 2021 09:20:03

Our friends at @FultonHealth are working around the clock to make sure #COVID19 vaccines are available to all residents who want them. You can find vaccination site walk-up hours, vaccine FAQs, and additional resources on their website. #VaxUpFulton https://t.co/ec7uqTvy1i https://t.co/blZAcimYYd

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 09 2021 17:05:02

#COVID19 vaccines are new, and it’s normal to have questions about them. You can help friends and family by listening with empathy and identifying the cause of their concerns. Learn more COVID-19 vaccine conversation tips: https://t.co/yrlneOM8Oa       https://t.co/ZP7HW0UBIF

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 09 2021 14:12:02

Celebrate the mother-to-be in your life by taking steps to protect them from #COVID19. Wear a mask. Stay 6 feet away from others and avoid crowds. Wash your hands frequently. Learn more: https://t.co/ONijYAs38H https://t.co/SxOlNRNeyG

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 09 2021 13:05:04

When talking with friends and family about #COVID19 vaccines, it can be helpful to ask open-ended questions to explore concerns. For example, ask, “What are your thoughts about the vaccine?” More conversation tips: https://t.co/yrlneOM8Oa       https://t.co/ghFz7eDXGn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 08 2021 12:00:39

If you have recently traveled, attended a large social gathering, or been in a crowded indoor setting, consider getting tested for #COVID19. Learn more about testing: https://t.co/L8RXUf3K8O    https://t.co/Ym4frXwuGI

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 07 2021 16:54:02

At the start of 2021, people 65+ were more than half of all #COVID19-associated hospitalizations. They now make up fewer than one third of those hospitalizations as more older people get vaccinated, COVID-NET data show. Get vaccinated when you can.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 07 2021 16:17:47

RT @CDCgov: We know Mother’s Day is a special time & it can be hard to celebrate during #COVID19. Fully vaccinated people can gather inside w/ other fully vaccinated people or visit 1 household of unvaccinated people not at risk

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 07 2021 15:46:12

Following a rapid rise in #COVID19 vaccination rates, we are now seeing U.S. vaccination progress slow. Everyone 16+ is currently eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine and can benefit from its protection. Get vaccinated as soon as you can. Learn more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 07 2021 15:05:04

When you’re fully vaccinated for #COVID19, you can start doing some things again, like gathering indoors w/ other fully vaccinated people. Still protect yourself & others in public places – wear a mask, stay at least 6ft apart, & avoid

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 07 2021 14:09:39

We know Mother’s Day is a special time & it can be hard to celebrate during #COVID19. Fully vaccinated people can gather inside w/ other fully vaccinated people or visit 1 household of unvaccinated people not at risk for severe

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 07 2021 14:09:40

If you are not fully vaccinated for #COVID19, celebrate with people who live with you, have a virtual meal with family, or host an outdoor event with everyone at least 6 feet apart & wearing masks. More: https://t.co/PamSx6NqyB     

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 07 2021 12:48:10

Join @CDCDirector Dr. Rochelle Walensky & Jennifer Garner today for a talk about #COVID19 vaccines and why they are important tools to help us get back to normal routines. Watch today at 5pm ET on CDC’s Instagram for #WeCanDoThis Live!

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 07 2021 08:35:03

If you need to use public transportation, take steps to protect yourself and others from #COVID19. Stay up-to-date with information from transit authorities, #WearAMask, avoid touching surfaces, and stay at least 6 feet apart. Learn more: https://t.co/x1x4xRmezc. https://t.co/Ayp8RbZn4O

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 06 2021 18:18:30

Join @CDCDirector Dr. Rochelle Walensky & Jennifer Garner this Friday for a talk about #COVID19 vaccines and why they are important tools to help us get back to normal routines. Watch Friday, 5/7 at 5pm ET on the CDC Instagram

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 06 2021 17:00:05

As of May 3, national forecasts predict 1,400–5,500 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending May 29. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 586,000–600,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl. https://t.co/1BoK1NVgFj

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 06 2021 16:50:03

Almost everyone in the U.S. now lives within 5 miles of a #COVID19 vaccination site. Now that it’s easier than ever to get a COVID-19 vaccine, #SleeveUp so we can start to do some things that we stopped doing because

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 06 2021 15:55:00

Some people with disabilities might be at higher risk for getting very sick from #COVID19. Get a COVID-19 #vaccine as soon as you can. Check with your health department to learn about options in your state. Learn more: https://t.co/zmnSoe6YdW. https://t.co/mGOxVKW1Bd

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 06 2021 15:00:45

Make a plan to get a #COVID19 vaccine as soon as you can. ✔ Visit your health department’s website for information on COVID-19 vaccination. ✔ Learn what to expect at your vaccine appointment. ✔ Know what to expect after vaccination.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 06 2021 14:03:06

🧪 CDC’s Science Update has peer-reviewed and non-peer-reviewed (preprint) articles to help you learn more about #COVID19, how it spreads, and more. Subscribe to CDC’s weekly Science Update here: https://t.co/0HYhC94eaS https://t.co/Gy698DSANV

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 06 2021 13:41:26

RT @CDCGlobal: As part of a whole-of-government response to the recent #COVID19 surge in India, CDC is providing life-saving resources, emergency assistance, and public health expertise to the Government of India. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/2QX6Fzo

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 06 2021 12:16:04

RT @CDCgov: Are you a healthcare provider seeing pregnant people or new parents? Stay up to date with the latest information on #COVID19. This toolkit includes useful resources for both you and your patients: https://bit.ly/3cj2YfX

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 06 2021 12:08:11

Are you a healthcare provider seeing pregnant people or new parents? Stay up to date with the latest information on #COVID19. This toolkit includes useful resources for both you and your patients: https://t.co/yeFhV3Ep2O https://t.co/Fp5pDqKwK6

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 06 2021 12:03:17

RT @CDCGlobal: As part of a whole-of-government response to the recent #COVID19 surge in India, CDC is providing life-saving resources, emergency assistance, and public health expertise to the Government of India. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/2QX6Fzo

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 06 2021 11:05:09

When talking with friends and family about #COVID19 vaccines, it can be helpful to ask open-ended questions to explore concerns. For example, ask, “What are your thoughts about the vaccine?” More conversation tips: https://t.co/yrlneOM8Oa        https://t.co/25jJDYRRqk

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 06 2021 09:33:59

RT @CDCgov: Rates of #COVID19 are decreasing, but cases remain high in parts of the U.S. The 7-day average of new daily cases decreased 11.9% from the previous week. Get vaccinated. If you’re not fully vaccinated, continue practicing healthy habits.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 05 2021 17:05:02

Rates of #COVID19 are decreasing, but cases remain high in parts of the U.S. The 7-day average of new daily cases decreased 11.9% from the previous week. Get vaccinated. If you’re not fully vaccinated, continue practicing healthy habits. More: https://t.co/gp6X4zTnBT 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 05 2021 16:25:12

RT @CDCgov: A #COVID19 vaccine will help protect you from getting COVID-19. Side effects after your second shot may be more intense than those you experienced after your first shot, but they should go away in a few days. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 05 2021 16:24:00

🧪 COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest research on the impact of #COVID19 on farmworkers, the risk of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in emergency department personnel during the pandemic, and more. 👓 Read the full update: https://t.co/fPDB3LgvgW

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 05 2021 16:20:03

Gaenor Speed is one of @SFLRedCross’s most active volunteers. She’s responded to >20 disasters since 2016. The challenge of responding to disasters during the #COVID19 pandemic has tested the resilience of volunteers like her. https://t.co/JmlhcWENAg  #HurricaneStrong 📸 @RedCross  https://t.co/y8ZClr5DO8

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 05 2021 15:20:38

CDC has posted new technical instructions for conducting simulated passenger voyages as a part of the Conditional Sailing Order for cruise ships. This next phase will assess the cruise ship operator’s ability to reduce the risk of #COVID19 on cruise

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 05 2021 14:32:00

A #COVID19 vaccine will help protect you from getting COVID-19. Side effects after your second shot may be more intense than those you experienced after your first shot, but they should go away in a few days. More: https://t.co/Sygs9UZVVy   

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 05 2021 13:55:03

Do you have questions about Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen #COVID19 Vaccine? You can learn more by talking with your healthcare provider or visiting: https://t.co/GjgTRhZtIv         https://t.co/PyEgsTtjps

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 05 2021 13:33:41

A new @CDCMMWR details how Colorado state public health officials expanded a program to track variants after identifying the state’s first B.1.427/B.1.429 variant #COVID19 case. The variant is considered more infectious & may cause more serious illness. https://t.co/NixQDUGPdf https://t.co/dsjGnwYEnP

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 05 2021 12:00:36

New @CDCMMWR details the B.1.526 variant (first identified in NYC) of the virus that causes #COVID19. Early evidence suggests this variant is not more transmissible, severe, or likely to cause infection in vaccinated people. More: https://t.co/wZvNiLuHLx  @NYCHealthy  https://t.co/tUK5vlhcty

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 05 2021 11:10:05

#DYK? Risk for severe illness from #COVID19 increases with age, with older adults at highest risk. #GetInvolved: Help older adults in your family or community by offering to make their vaccination appointment or driving them to get their shot. Learn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 05 2021 11:10:04

With high levels of #COVID19 vaccination & moderate use of preventive measures like wearing masks & maintaining 6ft of distance, hospitalizations & deaths will likely remain low nationally in the U.S., data from a new @CDCMMWR show. More: https://t.co/A0BnlphwUG https://t.co/LMn1eyxMHc

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 04 2021 15:55:03

Stay on top of global #COVID19 vaccination progress using CDC’s COVID Data Tracker. The new Global Vaccinations tab allows you to monitor vaccinations by country, including the number of doses administered and the brand(s) of vaccine. More: https://t.co/mOHHidneO1 https://t.co/YCds5JEExc

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 04 2021 15:10:04

DYK? If you have symptoms or have been exposed to someone with #COVID19, you can get tested for free. To find a free testing site, visit your health department website or the @HHSGov Community-Based Testing Sites webpage: https://t.co/lIZQmmhgl4     

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 04 2021 14:41:01

Almost everyone in the U.S. now lives within 5 miles of a #COVID19 vaccination site. Now that it’s easier than ever to get a COVID-19 vaccine, 💪 #SleeveUp so we can start to do some things that we stopped doing

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 04 2021 13:46:02

CDC’s Peggy Honein was on the front line with state health departments to slow the spread of #COVID19 & made sure they knew about new discoveries from their data. Even with COVID-19 vaccines widely available, she says we can’t let

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 04 2021 13:05:06

Make sure your #mask fits snugly on your face to help prevent getting and spreading #COVID19. Masks don’t work well if there are gaps between your mask & face. Gaps can let air with respiratory droplets containing the virus leak

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 04 2021 11:45:06

When talking with friends and family about #COVID19 vaccines, it can be helpful to ask open-ended questions to explore concerns. For example, ask, “What are your thoughts about the vaccine?” More conversation tips: https://t.co/tGGql5cDOC        https://t.co/SuVMIdoxCe

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 04 2021 08:30:50

RT @CDCgov: #COVID19 vaccines can help us get back to doing the things we love. As of May 3, more than 147 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 03 2021 17:10:02

#COVID19 vaccines can help us get back to doing the things we love. As of May 3, more than 147 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 105

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 03 2021 14:54:02

School Administrators: Employees can reduce the risk of getting #COVID19 while preparing or serving meals. Clean frequently touched surfaces. Prioritize outdoor serving and seating. #WearAMask and stay at least 6 ft from others. Learn more: https://t.co/vsF3eau1ky      https://t.co/YZ0WVxFNJA

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 03 2021 14:39:02

New @JAMA_current study reviews US cases of CVST with thrombocytopenia after J&J #COVID19 vaccination. CDC recommends clinicians check patients presenting with symptoms for CVST or other thrombotic events, and for thrombocytopenia. https://t.co/ul4Wrwiqfy https://t.co/nhC4Vo5p2P

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 03 2021 14:05:00

#HCPs: Are your patients asking about the Johnson & Johnson #COVID19 vaccine? New tools are available to help you answer your patients’ questions. Your strong recommendation can help patients make an informed decision about getting vaccinated. More: https://t.co/pB3ONoRJZ1

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 02 2021 15:55:02

If you have recently traveled, attended a large social gathering, or been in a crowded indoor setting, consider getting tested for #COVID19. Learn more about testing: https://t.co/L8RXUf3K8O       https://t.co/6X8lZp7tsB

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – May 01 2021 13:00:30

Camp staff: Slow the spread of #COVID19. Keep healthy camp environments & operations. Get vaccinated as soon as you can, stay 6ft from others, #WearAMask that fits snugly over your nose & mouth. Encourage sick staff & campers to stay

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 30 2021 17:00:18

Following health and safety measures that protect against #COVID19 helped reduce severe illness from March-October 2020, but cases rose during the winter. We can’t give up now. Keep doing your part to stop the spread. Get vaccinated. Wear a Mask.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 30 2021 16:55:03

Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations like #COVID19. You may feel anxious, angry, sad, or overwhelmed. If you or a loved one feels overwhelmed, get support 24/7 by calling or texting 1-800-985-5990. Learn more: https://t.co/3Pya8LAbqo        https://t.co/h36qTEoGk4

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 30 2021 15:17:02

CDC monitors #COVID19 cases, deaths, variants, & vaccinations worldwide. If you’re traveling, make sure you understand the situation with COVID-19 where you’re going so you can travel as safely as possible. Learn more: https://t.co/F4bAyObDp1        https://t.co/smaoZ7rZoz

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 30 2021 14:10:05

#COVID19 vaccines are an important tool to stop this pandemic. Millions of people in the U.S. have been safely vaccinated and are starting to return to activities they missed. What are you looking forward to doing once you’re fully vaccinated?

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 30 2021 13:30:09

Parents: Youth and summer camp enrollment is near. To slow the spread of #COVID19, encourage kids to #WearAMask that fits snugly over their nose & mouth, tell an adult if they feel sick, and stay 6 feet away from others.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 30 2021 12:32:02

A new @CDCMMWR details a safety review of Johnson and Johnson’s Janssen #COVID19 Vaccine. The review shows many people report not feeling well the day or so after vaccination, but these effects are non-serious and temporary. Learn more: https://t.co/7JWA8N9mL2 https://t.co/gojCU1yCRL

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 30 2021 11:12:15

RT @NIOSH: Volunteer #firefighters, #EMS, search & rescue, & hazmat responders are #EssentialWorkers! Get a #COVID19 vaccine to help protect you, your peers, and those in your community. Learn more: https://go.usa.gov/xHbv5

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 30 2021 11:10:24

Findings in the new CDC MMWR show that #COVID19 vaccine safety monitoring systems are working as intended to detect adverse events, including those that do not generally meet criteria for being “serious.” Learn more: https://t.co/QcfPCviXPH

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 30 2021 11:10:23

Fainting & other anxiety-related events can occur after administration of any vaccine. A new @CDCMMWR shows that fainting was more common after Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen #COVID19 Vaccine than after flu vaccination. Learn more: https://t.co/QcfPCviXPH       https://t.co/y7ru4nSOCi

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 29 2021 17:00:03

As of April 26, national forecasts predict 1,900–6,600 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending May 22. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 583,000–595,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl         https://t.co/TQ1OySkex9

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 29 2021 16:50:03

If you need to use public transportation, take steps to protect yourself and others from #COVID19. Stay up-to-date with information from transit authorities, #WearAMask, avoid touching surfaces, and stay at least 6 feet apart. Learn more: https://t.co/x1x4xRmezc       

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 29 2021 16:00:13

New @CDCMMWR finds Alaska #COVID19 prevention measures for the seafood processing industry, where workers often live together while also working in crowded plants, might have reduced the spread. More measures could further reduce COVID-19 cases. More: https://t.co/F8fxGc9UBh https://t.co/BF5gseN3Jd

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 29 2021 15:43:56

Do you have questions about Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen #COVID19 Vaccine? You can learn more by talking with your healthcare provider or visiting: https://t.co/SVTRkBgIET         https://t.co/QJqE5lUNxz

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 29 2021 14:00:22

New @CDCMMWR finds risk of #COVID19 was higher among farmworkers who worked mostly indoors in large groups than among those working alone, in smaller groups, or partially outdoors. Physical distancing, testing, & vaccination can help slow COVID-19 spread. https://t.co/PzGgQ82L5F https://t.co/z74X0DU4i6

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 29 2021 13:10:03

New @CDCMMWR describes first linked U.S. clusters of people infected with the B.1.351 variant of virus that causes #COVID19 with no known link to travel. Prevention strategies like masks, physical distancing, & vaccination are critical to slow the spread. https://t.co/83tDeBej5B

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 29 2021 10:40:40

RT @CDCgov: #COVID19 rates are falling. The current 7-day average of new daily cases is 53,934, a 16% decrease from the previous week. If you’re not fully vaccinated, practice healthy habits to slow the spread. Get vaccinated. Wear a mask.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 29 2021 09:55:03

If you have recently traveled, attended a large social gathering, or been in a crowded indoor setting, consider getting tested for #COVID19. Learn more about testing: https://t.co/L8RXUf3K8O     https://t.co/IXSP3AiuOR

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 28 2021 16:50:09

#COVID19 rates are falling. The current 7-day average of new daily cases is 53,934, a 16% decrease from the previous week. If you’re not fully vaccinated, practice healthy habits to slow the spread. Get vaccinated. Wear a mask. Stay 6

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 28 2021 16:12:12

RT @CDCgov: A CDC study found mRNA #COVID19 vaccines help keep you from getting COVID-19 under real-world conditions. Health care and essential workers who were fully vaccinated with an mRNA vaccine were 90% less likely to get COVID-19. Learn more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 28 2021 15:28:03

A CDC study found mRNA #COVID19 vaccines help keep you from getting COVID-19 under real-world conditions. Health care and essential workers who were fully vaccinated with an mRNA vaccine were 90% less likely to get COVID-19. Learn more: https://t.co/ikY41QTKP5   

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 28 2021 14:55:03

By letting your close contacts know they may have been exposed to #COVID19, you are helping to protect them and others in your community. You can call, text, or email your contacts. Learn more: https://t.co/tlqT39Nvdk         https://t.co/ZX1kBgmCTU

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 28 2021 13:00:25

Camp Staff: Slow the spread of #COVID19. Keep healthy camp environments & operations. Get vaccinated as soon as you can, stay 6ft from others, #WearAMask that fits snugly over your nose & mouth. Encourage sick staff & campers to stay

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 28 2021 11:13:53

New @CDCMMWR has good news: mRNA COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna) reduced the risk of #COVID19-related hospitalization by 94% among fully vaccinated people 65+. CDC recommends getting a COVID-19 vaccine to prevent severe COVID-19 illness: https://t.co/W4SFuV6wQp         https://t.co/Jf4ph2rl4s

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 28 2021 08:51:35

RT @CDCgov: If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can start doing many things that you had stopped doing because of the pandemic. If you haven’t been vaccinated yet, get a vaccine as soon as you can. See full

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 27 2021 17:48:25

#HCPs: Are your patients asking about the Johnson & Johnson #COVID19 vaccine? New tools are available to help you answer your patients’ questions. Your strong recommendation can help patients make an informed decision about getting vaccinated. More: https://t.co/pB3ONoRJZ1     

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 27 2021 17:00:12

#DYK? CDC’s COVID Data Tracker allows you to compare trends in #COVID19 cases and deaths for up to 6 US states, territories, or regions. Learn more about how the pandemic is affecting your state or region through this interactive dashboard:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 27 2021 16:56:24

RT @CDCgov: #COVID19 vaccines play a key role in ending the pandemic and helping us get back to normalcy. Millions of people in the U.S. who are fully vaccinated can safely enjoy time together indoors without wearing masks. Learn more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 27 2021 16:40:03

If you need to use public transportation, take steps to protect yourself and others from #COVID19. Stay up-to-date with information from transit authorities, #WearAMask, avoid touching surfaces, and stay at least 6 feet apart. Learn more: https://t.co/x1x4xRmezc       

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 27 2021 15:35:02

#COVID19 vaccines play a key role in ending the pandemic and helping us get back to normalcy. Millions of people in the U.S. who are fully vaccinated can safely enjoy time together indoors without wearing masks. Learn more: https://t.co/FJMon7WlFO   

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 27 2021 14:23:46

When choosing safer activities, consider how #COVID19 is spreading in your community, the number of people participating in the activity, and the location of the activity. https://t.co/s5kXwg65fB       https://t.co/TZhssyVGKB

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 27 2021 14:23:45

If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can start doing many things that you had stopped doing because of the pandemic. If you haven’t been vaccinated yet, get a vaccine as soon as you can. See full details: https://t.co/s5kXwg65fB 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 27 2021 14:23:47

People fully vaccinated against #COVID19 can participate in some indoor events safely, without much risk. Outdoor visits and activities are safer than indoor activities. https://t.co/s5kXwg65fB        https://t.co/ZVDpCaQAIO

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 27 2021 13:15:05

A new @CDCMMWR reaffirms the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommended use of the Johnson & Johnson #COVID19 Vaccine. ACIP determined that the vaccine’s known and potential benefits outweigh its known and potential risks. More: https://t.co/JNOVWW1T4b https://t.co/SpLpQXTh78

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 27 2021 12:15:09

If you have recently traveled, attended a large social gathering, or been in a crowded indoor setting, consider getting tested for #COVID19. Learn more about testing: https://t.co/Bhk0Y8ctB8        https://t.co/6J4ig1yh1i

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 27 2021 11:45:11

#HCPs: Attend today’s COCA Call at 2pm EDT: Johnson & Johnson/Janssen #COVID19 Vaccine and Thrombosis with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome: Update for Clinicians. Learn more: https://t.co/nXVim8dUTr https://t.co/98lXPK2Zxu

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 27 2021 11:15:03

Many families’ routines were disrupted this year because of #COVID19– including having regular checkups and receiving recommended vaccinations. National Infant Immunization Week is a great time to ensure your child is up to date. #ivax2protect #NIIW https://t.co/N4EvHmcubn https://t.co/tpDOI8fJ4Z

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 27 2021 10:50:03

#DYK? Risk for severe illness from #COVID19 increases with age, with older adults at highest risk. #GetInvolved: Help older adults in your family or community by offering to make their vaccination appointment or driving them to get their shot. Learn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 27 2021 09:47:08

RT @CDCgov: DYK? If you have symptoms or have been exposed to someone with #COVID19, you can get tested for free. To find a free testing site, visit your health department website or the HHS Community-Based Testing Sites webpage: https://bit.ly/3gmWGhp

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 27 2021 09:39:39

RT @CDCgov: #COVID19 vaccines are now more widely accessible. As of April 26, more than 140 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 95 million are fully vaccinated.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 26 2021 16:41:05

#COVID19 vaccines are now more widely accessible. As of April 26, more than 140 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 95 million are fully vaccinated. More: https://t.co/zYLe3H12re 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 26 2021 16:00:19

Thank you to healthcare providers and frontline workers across the country for taking extra steps to care for children safely during the #COVID19 pandemic and helping to protect the health of our families and communities. #VaccinesWork #NIIW #ivax2protect   https://t.co/WMcJec2H5L

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 26 2021 15:10:02

Turning 16 means you can get your license AND your #COVID19 vaccination. Everyone 16 years and older is now eligible to get a COVID19 vaccine. More: https://t.co/yJFqxDIlhb         https://t.co/m76VEbBfSV

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 26 2021 13:47:45

RT @CDCgov: #HCPs: Want to know more about Johnson & Johnson/Janssen #COVID19 Vaccine and Thrombosis with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome? Attend the COCA Call, Tuesday, April 27, at 2pm EDT. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2QZq2aO

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 26 2021 13:40:02

#HCPs: Want to know more about Johnson & Johnson/Janssen #COVID19 Vaccine and Thrombosis with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome? Attend the COCA Call, Tuesday, April 27, at 2pm EDT. Learn more: https://t.co/nXVim8dUTr           https://t.co/RIrSun3Qwb

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 26 2021 12:12:05

DYK? If you have symptoms or have been exposed to someone with #COVID19, you can get tested for free. To find a free testing site, visit your health department website or the HHS Community-Based Testing Sites webpage: https://t.co/8Yx3XcHCLM https://t.co/IYeA7LgmzE

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 26 2021 11:45:10

Join today’s CDC #COVID19 Partner Update Call at 3:00 pm EDT, “Keeping up With Critical Diabetes Care and Prevention During COVID-19.” Retweet and Register: https://t.co/DgcvyJs75q #Diabetes #COVID19 https://t.co/7SpOYfEfk9

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 26 2021 08:53:55

RT @CDCgov: Do your part. #WearAMask 😷 & #SlowTheSpread of #COVID19. Make sure your mask fits snugly against the sides of your face w/ no no gaps along the sides or top of the mask. More: https://bit.ly/3aWGUVW

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 25 2021 01:10:02

If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can start doing some things again, like gathering indoors with other fully vaccinated people without wearing masks. Learn more: https://t.co/TRZRzx3cym https://t.co/jmRTE4jAin

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 24 2021 17:47:00

Do your part. #WearAMask 😷 & #SlowTheSpread of #COVID19. Make sure your mask fits snugly against the sides of your face w/ no gaps along the sides or top of the mask. More: https://t.co/rjQXPVBQHe https://t.co/25B5VlFhE2

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 24 2021 16:49:08

Disruptions from #COVID19 mean too many children have fallen behind on routine vaccinations. Join us for National Infant Immunization Week to help ensure children get caught up—and are protected for in-person learning and play. #IVax2Protect #NIIW https://t.co/yb1JfK2snJ       

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 24 2021 15:00:54

Gaenor Speed is one of @SFLRedCross’s most active volunteers. She’s responded to >20 disasters since 2016. The challenge of responding to disasters during the #COVID19 pandemic has tested the resilience of volunteers. https://t.co/JmlhcWENAg  #NationalVolunteerMonth 📸: @RedCross  https://t.co/ns70SBhgrt

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 24 2021 08:22:31

RT @CDCEnvironment: Use an @EPA-registered household disinfectant to help protect against #COVID19. Visit the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s website for a list of products that meet EPA’s criteria for use against the virus that causes COVID-19: https://bit.ly/2UhNL3R

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 23 2021 18:55:02

A mask is NOT a substitute for staying at least 6 feet away from others. To protect yourself and others from #COVID19, #WearAMask that fits snugly against the sides of your face AND stay at least 6 feet apart. Learn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 23 2021 16:29:02

As of April 22, 2021, more than one-third of people in the U.S. 18+ are fully vaccinated. Now, all people 16+ are eligible for a #COVID19 vaccine. Getting a vaccine will help protect you, help protect others, and help end

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 23 2021 16:00:35

Make sure your #mask fits snugly on your face to help prevent getting and spreading #COVID19. Masks don’t work well if there are gaps between your mask & face. Gaps can let air with respiratory droplets containing the virus leak

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 23 2021 15:30:06

As more people get #COVID19 vaccinations, recent COVID-NET data show adults over 65 years now make up less than a third of all COVID-19-associated hospitalizations – down from more than half at the beginning of the year. Get vaccinated when

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 23 2021 14:40:59

#WeCanDoThis! By getting vaccinated against #COVID19 as soon as we can, we bring our nation one step closer to stopping the COVID-19 pandemic. Let’s #SleeveUp and do our part. Find a COVID-19 vaccine provider near you: https://t.co/6RIBRCJpZu       

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

CDC has classified SARS-CoV-2 variant B.1.526.1 as a variant of interest. Some treatments for #COVID19 have shown to be less effective for this variant, but current vaccines are still anticipated to reduce the risk of severe illness. Learn more: https://t.co/yl5AuKBhdt 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 23 2021 11:51:31

RT @CDCgov: The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) plays a role in vaccine safety monitoring, including #COVID19 vaccines. ACIP’s 15 members review many aspects of vaccines, like safety & effectiveness. Learn more about ACIP: https://bit.ly/3dF34P4

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 23 2021 11:10:04

In a new @CDCMMWR, possible COVID-19-related symptom visits were common 1-6 months after diagnosis among adults with #COVID19 who didn’t require a hospital stay. Patients & clinicians should be aware of the potential for post-COVID conditions. More: https://t.co/Z1jBzuGrFg https://t.co/YM5pEPamJG

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 22 2021 17:10:02

It’s important for everyone to use all the tools available to help stop this pandemic as we learn more about how #COVID19 vaccines work in real-world conditions. Continue to wear a mask and stay at least 6 feet away from

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 22 2021 17:00:03

As of April 19, national forecasts predict 2,100–8,800 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending May 15. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 579,000–596,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl          https://t.co/NrtmJkcjfy

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 22 2021 16:48:06

The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) plays a role in vaccine safety monitoring, including #COVID19 vaccines. ACIP’s 15 members review many aspects of vaccines, like safety & effectiveness. Learn more about ACIP: https://t.co/bHCGKohsRS       https://t.co/jS4fiGuwBW

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 22 2021 16:45:41

RT @CDCgov: If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or if you could have been exposed to someone with #COVID19, consider getting tested. For testing locations near you, visit your health department website or the HHS Community-Based Testing webpage: https://bit.ly/3gmWGhp

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 22 2021 16:01:04

School administrators: CDC has released updated guidance that can help in planning for and implementing #COVID19 case investigation and contact tracing in K-12 schools and institutions of higher education. Learn more: https://t.co/1v22PrPeYj       https://t.co/CGs7zP8rPa

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 22 2021 15:11:02

If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or if you could have been exposed to someone with #COVID19, consider getting tested. For testing locations near you, visit your health department website or the HHS Community-Based Testing webpage: https://t.co/8Yx3XcHCLM https://t.co/G3iM19WWor

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 22 2021 14:56:36

RT @CDCgov: Alaska’s testing and quarantine requirements for air travelers, started in June 2020, may have limited #COVID19 brought into the state and contributed to the state’s low case numbers last summer. Learn more: http://bit.ly/7016a2

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 22 2021 14:17:04

A new @CDCMMWR finds nearly 400 #COVID19 cases occurred among incarcerated people at Idaho correctional facilities with work-release programs. Correctional facilities with work release programs should consider steps to reduce COVID-19 spread. More: https://t.co/glFkrxAS5M https://t.co/1fitN0u5BN

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 22 2021 13:10:05

Alaska’s testing and quarantine requirements for air travelers, started in June 2020, may have limited #COVID19 brought into the state and contributed to the state’s low case numbers last summer. Learn more: https://t.co/Sl5vW94N6E         https://t.co/8JfeC2e6QX

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 22 2021 10:05:07

Traveling to a @NatlParkService park for #NationalParkWeek? #KnowBeforeYouGo: Check Travel Planner for #COVID19 related guidance for your destination & along your route: https://t.co/KODf8PHCds #PrepYourHealth https://t.co/1zqnssFged

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 21 2021 17:14:46

RT @CDCgov: #DYK? The Federal Retail Pharmacy Program partners with retail pharmacies to expand #COVID19 vaccination at community sites like schools, stadiums, & more. Read stories from the field to learn how pharmacies are helping get people vaccinated in the

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 21 2021 16:51:02

Nearly 60% of U.S. states and territories are reporting high rates of #COVID19. Help slow the spread in your community: 😷 Wear a mask. ↔️ Stay 6 feet apart. ✅ Get vaccinated when it’s available to you. 🚫 Avoid crowds.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 21 2021 16:07:04

#DYK? The Federal Retail Pharmacy Program partners with retail pharmacies to expand #COVID19 vaccination at community sites like schools, stadiums, & more. Read stories from the field to learn how pharmacies are helping get people vaccinated in the U.S.: https://t.co/Y6SRHCNhUE 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 21 2021 16:05:03

.@CDCgov has new recommendations for participants at adult day care & their caregivers. Protect yourself & others from #COVID19. Wear a mask, stay at least 6 feet apart, wash your hands often, & get a #COVID19 vaccine when it’s available

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 21 2021 15:26:04

🧪 COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest #COVID19 research on school reopening strategies, spread of virus during church singing, and more. 👓 Read the full update: https://t.co/IF79gP3sVh        https://t.co/fphRulRls0

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 21 2021 15:02:02

Join CDC’s #COVID19 Partner Update Call Monday, April 26, at 3:00 pm EDT, for more information on #diabetes care and prevention during the pandemic. Retweet and Register: https://t.co/DgcvyJs75q         https://t.co/UG8Pdmarfk

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 21 2021 14:48:06

RT @CDCgov: If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can start doing some things again, like gathering indoors with other fully vaccinated people without wearing masks. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3btJaFU

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 21 2021 14:09:03

If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can start doing some things again, like gathering indoors with other fully vaccinated people without wearing masks. Learn more: https://t.co/FJMon7WlFO https://t.co/DslBMmrTno

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 21 2021 12:55:04

#DYK? Risk for severe illness from #COVID19 increases with age, with older adults at highest risk. #GetInvolved: Help older adults in your family or community by offering to make their vaccination appointment or driving them to get their shot. Learn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 21 2021 12:00:35

A new @CDCMMWR looking at #COVID19 in a Kentucky skilled nursing facility finds vaccination was 87% effective in preventing infections with symptoms. More: https://t.co/LLSZCIZVQX         https://t.co/cR9veXST6O

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 21 2021 11:11:02

A new @CDCMMWR found #COVID19 vaccination was effective in Chicago skilled nursing facilities. Among vaccinated residents and staff who got COVID-19 after 2 doses of COVID-19 vaccine, most had no symptoms or mild illness. https://t.co/9ALO3mPykl         https://t.co/6JnYoxOUZG

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 20 2021 17:00:37

#WearAMask in public to help #SlowTheSpread of #COVID19. When choosing a mask, make sure it fits snugly against your face, covers your nose and mouth, and has multiple layers. More on masks: https://t.co/easmKh2UTu        https://t.co/Fy75HNcNJG

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 20 2021 16:42:14

RT @CDCgov: 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 HHS Community-Based Testing Sites webpage:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 20 2021 16:37:02

#DYK? CDC’s COVID Data Tracker includes demographic information about people who have received a #COVID19 vaccine. See how many people by age group have been fully vaccinated. Learn more: https://t.co/ZIUYQvbbw7 https://t.co/10H9uFPxoA

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 20 2021 15:55:03

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 HHS Community-Based Testing Sites webpage: https://t.co/sVVD3eFQKN https://t.co/H1TJC3KWqi

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 20 2021 15:22:05

RT @CDCgov: Health Departments: You play an important role in teaching your community about #COVID19 vaccines. CDC’s new toolkit has tools to help you educate community members about COVID-19 vaccines and address their questions and concerns. See it here: https://bit.ly/32x2XPq

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 20 2021 14:44:01

Health Departments: You play an important role in teaching your community about #COVID19 vaccines. CDC’s new toolkit has tools to help you educate community members about COVID-19 vaccines and address their questions and concerns. See it here: https://t.co/Uqx5kFiSHK     

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 20 2021 14:27:08

If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can observe #Ramadan safely with other fully vaccinated people without wearing masks. Learn more about CDC’s recommendations for people fully vaccinated against COVID-19: https://t.co/FJMon7WlFO       https://t.co/RbEmsSkSo3

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 20 2021 11:32:33

RT @CDCgov: The recent pause on Johnson & Johnson’s #COVID19 Vaccine shows that safety monitoring systems, like the Vaccine Adverse Event eporting System (VAERS), are working. Learn about VAERS: https://bit.ly/3mVzhoA

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 20 2021 11:10:03

The recent pause on Johnson & Johnson’s #COVID19 Vaccine shows that safety monitoring systems, like the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), are working. Learn about VAERS: https://t.co/ICtaPJQg89 https://t.co/BwOhjWjVWf

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 20 2021 10:36:40

RT @ACLgov: Apr. 21: @WHCOVIDResponse & @CDCgov virtual forum: Breaking Down Barriers for People Who Have Challenges Accessing #COVID19 Vaccination. Incl. people w/ #disabilities. ACL Acting Admin. Alison Barkoff + CDC & @fema speakers. Relay captions, ASL. Register: http://ow.ly/waY950Es2nb

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 20 2021 09:05:06

If you need to use public transportation, take steps to protect yourself and others from #COVID19. Stay up-to-date with information from transit authorities, #WearAMask, avoid touching surfaces, and stay at least 6 feet apart. Learn more: https://t.co/x1x4xRmezc       

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 20 2021 08:33:31

RT @CDCgov: #COVID19 vaccines are a safe way to build protection. As of April 19, more than 132.3 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 85.3 million are

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 19 2021 17:00:15

#COVID19 vaccines are a safe way to build protection. As of April 19, more than 132.3 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 85.3 million are fully vaccinated.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 19 2021 16:45:05

RT @CDCgov: While Johnson & Johnson’s #COVID19 Vaccine remains paused, you can still get the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine. If you were scheduled to get the J&J vaccine, work with your vaccination provider to reschedule to get a different vaccine.

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

Youth sports administrators & coaches: CDC has a toolkit to protect teams & players and communicate with your community during #COVID19. Find guidance and planning documents, web resources, posters, fact sheets, & more: https://t.co/uBIxxJVQRR         https://t.co/HAQnjnkRQC

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 19 2021 14:13:03

CDC has new recommendations for participants at adult day care & their caregivers. Protect yourself & others from #COVID19. Wear a mask, stay at least 6 feet apart, wash your hands often, & get a #COVID19 vaccine when it’s available

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 19 2021 13:14:05

While Johnson & Johnson’s #COVID19 Vaccine remains paused, you can still get the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine. If you were scheduled to get the J&J vaccine, work with your vaccination provider to reschedule to get a different vaccine. More: https://t.co/SVTRkAZ7gj 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 19 2021 12:20:05

#DYK CDC works with state, territorial, local, and tribal public health experts to provide #COVID19 solutions to advance health equity around the country? Learn more: https://t.co/8HqUGpQvjn        https://t.co/p0tXRhmZZn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 19 2021 11:20:42

RT @CDCDirector: We’re in a complicated stage of the pandemic. Ppl are being vaccinated at an accelerated pace, yet #COVID19 cases & hospitalizations are increasing in some areas, & cases among younger, unvaccinated ppl are also increasing. But, we can

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 19 2021 11:20:40

RT @CDCDirector: Getting the #COVID19 vaccine is so much more than a vaccination- it’s a step towards protecting yourself, your loved ones, and fellow Americans. It’s a step towards helping us finally get back to the things we love.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 19 2021 11:20:46

RT @CDCDirector: As of today, all people age 16 and up are eligible for a #COVID19 vaccine. We have real-world data that the COVID-19 vaccines WORK. One of the most important things we all can do to protect our loved

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

RT @CDCgov: Join today’s CDC #COVID19 Partner Update Call at 3:00 pm EDT, “When to Clean, When to Disinfect, and What Science Says about SARS-CoV-2 on Surfaces.” Retweet and Register: https://bit.ly/3mKCqHD  #Handwashing

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 19 2021 11:17:03

Join today’s CDC #COVID19 Partner Update Call at 3:00 pm EDT, “When to Clean, When to Disinfect, and What Science Says about SARS-CoV-2 on Surfaces.” Retweet and Register: https://t.co/ylgfHRxxcH #Handwashing https://t.co/peXL68FJ3z

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 19 2021 08:51:35

RT @CDCgov: As #COVID19 vaccines roll out, cities are working to make sure people at higher risk for severe illness are getting vaccinated. Learn about Baltimore’s unique approach to distributing COVID-19 vaccines and educating its African American faith community: https://bit.ly/2RH7Lj1

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 18 2021 14:53:03

If you need to use public transportation, take steps to protect yourself and others from #COVID19. Stay up-to-date with information from transit authorities, #WearAMask, avoid touching surfaces, and stay at least 6 feet apart. Learn more: https://t.co/tQ0pQS0qSh       https://t.co/BuCr62zvKE

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

Make sure your #mask fits snugly on your face to help prevent getting and spreading #COVID19. Masks don’t work well if there are gaps between your mask & face. Gaps can let air with respiratory droplets containing the virus leak

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 17 2021 16:19:00

CDC’s Commander Erin Sauber-Schatz shares how watching people take steps to prevent #COVID19 inspires her. Do your part: #WearAMask. Stay at least 6 ft apart. Avoid crowds & poorly ventilated spaces. Get a vaccine when it’s available to you. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 17 2021 13:48:03

Talk with your children and co-parent about the importance of healthy behaviors, like wearing a mask and staying 6 feet from others. Share how practicing these habits consistently will help protect everyone from #COVID19. Learn more: https://t.co/DmfPOB7nbu       

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 17 2021 12:01:04

It’s allergy season. #COVID19 & seasonal allergies share some symptoms, but not others. Use this chart to compare the symptoms of COVID-19 & seasonal allergies so you can tell the difference. If you’re sick, you may need a COVID-19 test.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 17 2021 11:15:05

Deblina Datta says #COVID19 causes more illness than nearly any other disease she knows. “When I expect this virus to zig, it zags,” she says. As a vaccine expert, Deblina encourages everyone to get a #COVID19 vaccine when it’s available

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 16 2021 17:00:12

Despite more Americans being vaccinated every day, #COVID19 cases and hospitalizations are increasing in some parts of the country. Cases are increasing among young people who have not yet been vaccinated. Read more about the state of the pandemic: https://t.co/F4bAyObDp1

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 16 2021 16:38:36

RT @CDCgov: #DYK? Risk for severe illness from #COVID19 increases with age, with older adults at highest risk. Help older adults in your family or community by offering to make their vaccination appointment or driving them to get their shot.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 16 2021 16:30:04

Based on COVID-NET data in recent weeks, rates of #COVID19 hospitalizations in adults ages 50–64 have risen faster than other age groups in several states. 😷 Wear a mask ↔️ Stay 6 feet from others ✅ Get vaccinated when you

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 16 2021 16:00:24

Handwashing is an important way to protect yourself and others from #COVID19 and other illnesses. Wash your hands often with soap & water for at least 20 seconds. If soap & water are not available, use hand sanitizer with at

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 16 2021 14:59:01

#DYK? Risk for severe illness from #COVID19 increases with age, with older adults at highest risk. Help older adults in your family or community by offering to make their vaccination appointment or driving them to get their shot. Learn more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 16 2021 14:00:42

Health departments and public health professionals have used contact tracing for decades to slow or stop the spread of infectious diseases. The success of #COVID19 contact tracing depends on people’s participation. Learn more: https://t.co/1uCjyQ2B3Q       https://t.co/I1OGL1Jb4Q

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 16 2021 13:54:04

As #COVID19 vaccines roll out, cities are working to make sure people at higher risk for severe illness are getting vaccinated. Learn about Baltimore’s unique approach to distributing COVID-19 vaccines and educating its African American faith community: https://t.co/GQiSip1LKt https://t.co/l5gPxjRAAc

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 16 2021 13:47:09

RT @CDCgov: #DYK? Older adults are at high risk of getting seriously ill with #COVID19. To help protect them, older adults, their caregiver, and families all need to get vaccinated. Learn how community organizations can help: https://bit.ly/3tSvIlQ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 16 2021 13:04:02

#DYK? Older adults are at high risk of getting seriously ill with #COVID19. To help protect them, older adults, their caregivers, and families all need to get vaccinated. Learn how community organizations can help: https://t.co/2rF0CHZcR6         https://t.co/Q7kKeV3T8h

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 16 2021 10:46:03

#Nurses: CDC and Medscape are answering your 5 most common questions about #COVID19 vaccines. Feel confident in your decision to get vaccinated and prepare yourself for questions your family, friends, and patients might have. More: https://t.co/V43UC042ys        https://t.co/P1r5L6tclI

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 15 2021 17:03:58

As of April 12, national forecasts predict 2,500–10,500 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending May 8. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 574,000–598,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl. https://t.co/8ADYpuR8Rh

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 15 2021 15:34:02

A new @CDCMMWR on US emergency department visits during #COVID19 finds a larger proportion of emergency department patients are seeking care for mental and behavioral health-related concerns; https://t.co/8sQ9vNBbRC        https://t.co/0pNLs67lkf

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 15 2021 13:45:04

RT @CDC_eHealth: Health workers & emergency responders: Your tireless work to end #COVID19 may lead to stress and burnout. Learn ways to improve health and build resilience in this training. https://bit.ly/3qQXbSt #CDCLearning

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 15 2021 13:10:03

A new @CDCMMWR #COVID19 Stats shows that the percentage of overall emergency department visits in the United States for COVID-19 were much higher than for influenza during June 2020 – March 2021. Learn more: https://t.co/JOzMBfNU58         https://t.co/5Tj8H03ZMk

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 15 2021 13:01:24

A mask is NOT a substitute for staying at least 6 feet away from others. To protect yourself and others from #COVID19, #WearAMask that fits snugly against the sides of your face AND stay at least 6 feet apart. Learn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 15 2021 12:00:28

We know pausing use of the J&J/Janssen #COVID19 Vaccine is concerning, especially for those who recently got this vaccine. Have questions? Here’s what you need to know: https://t.co/SVTRkBgIET       https://t.co/HyuGZmlIrZ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 15 2021 11:00:57

#WearAMask in public to help #SlowTheSpread of #COVID19. When choosing a mask, make sure it fits snugly against your face, covers your nose and mouth, and has multiple layers. More on masks: https://t.co/easmKh2UTu       https://t.co/hnpvqxBClN

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 15 2021 08:45:57

RT @CDCgov: Of nearly 7 million doses of J&J/Janssen #COVID19 Vaccine given in the US, a small number of cases of a rare & severe type of blood clot have been reported in people after receiving the vaccine. CDC &

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 19:31:10

The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) is reviewing the reported J&J/Janssen #COVID19 Vaccine adverse events and determining next steps. Here is what you need to know: https://t.co/SVTRkAZ7gj https://t.co/fr4gEFCs5Z

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 19:31:09

Of nearly 7 million doses of J&J/Janssen #COVID19 Vaccine given in the US, a small number of cases of a rare & severe type of blood clot have been reported in people after receiving the vaccine. CDC & @US_FDA recommend

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 19:31:12

If you got the J&J/Janssen #COVID19 Vaccine in the last 3 weeks, seek urgent medical care if you develop symptoms like a severe headache, leg swelling, or shortness of breath. See other concerning symptoms: https://t.co/SVTRkBgIET        https://t.co/k7MXOKVTZM

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 19:31:11

#COVID19 vaccine safety systems like the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) are working. This potential safety issue was caught, and this pause reflects our commitment to transparency as CDC and @US_FDA review the data. Learn more: https://t.co/SVTRkBgIET https://t.co/e6crsYDueE

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 19:31:12

If you are scheduled to get the J&J/Janssen #COVID19 vaccine, please work with your vaccination provider to reschedule to get another COVID-19 vaccine. Two other COVID-19 vaccines, Pfizer-BioNTech & Moderna, are authorized and recommended for use. More: https://t.co/SVTRkBgIET https://t.co/R3ZnSB0HKl

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 17:24:21

RT @CDCgov: #COVID19 cases have been on the rise since March 20. The current 7-day moving average of daily new cases is 69,953, a 10% increase from the previous week. Stop the spread. Practice healthy habits. Wear a mask. Stay

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 16:55:02

#DYK? @CDCgov’s #COVID19 Data Tracker can now show county-level vaccination data. #StayInformed of the vaccine rollout in the United States by county: https://t.co/NG2P2lGEL4       https://t.co/oe2PLa1rTt

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 16:30:03

#COVID19 cases have been on the rise since March 20. The current 7-day moving average of daily new cases is 69,953, a 10% increase from the previous week. Stop the spread. Practice healthy habits. Wear a mask. Stay 6 feet

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 15:58:54

RT @CDCgov: 🧪 COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest #COVID19 research on the use of air cleaners to reduce spread of the virus in a hospital, mask effectiveness, and more Read the full update: https://bit.ly/2QcHQyR

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 15:20:03

🧪 COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest #COVID19 research on the use of air cleaners to reduce spread of the virus in a hospital, mask effectiveness, and more. 👓 Read the full update: https://t.co/jl70edlZFK       https://t.co/YKpErLt6mx

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 14:39:02

Join CDC’s #COVID19 Partner Update Call Monday, April 19, at 3:00 pm EDT, for more information on the science of SARS-CoV-2 on surfaces: when to clean & when to disinfect. Retweet and Register: https://t.co/ylgfHRP8Bh #Handwashing https://t.co/m9GTb9RVv2

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 14:42:26

RT @CDCDirector: I know pausing administration of the Johnson & Johnson #COVID19 vaccine has led to questions, esp. for those who recently received a J&J vaccine. We made this decision out of an abundance of caution & b/c of our

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 12:15:05

HCPs: If you are working at a #COVID19 vaccination site, protect yourself from needlestick injuries while administering vaccines or helping at the site. Learn more: https://t.co/starzLwiUn        https://t.co/XvEwGI0ncI

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 11:40:02

Conditions in the places where people live, learn, work, play, and worship can affect health risks and outcomes. Learn how CDC is supporting work to help ALL communities overcome #COVID19: https://t.co/8HqUGpyUrP https://t.co/lwzk4LjhHX

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 11:10:03

A new @CDCMMWR finds leaving the middle seat vacant on airplanes could reduce exposure to #COVID19 infections up to 57% compared to full occupancy. Learn more: https://t.co/hF2bCx3WBg      https://t.co/tAHgf7rVQj

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 14 2021 10:46:51

RT @NIOSH: Are you a #wildland #firefighter? Unique work conditions and exposure to wildfires can put you at increased risk for #COVID19. Prevent the spread of COVID-19 on the job, when staying at a camp, and when traveling to a

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 13 2021 16:50:02

Wearing gloves is not necessary for protection from #COVID19 in most situations, like running errands. However, @CDCgov does recommend wearing gloves when you are caring for someone who is sick or cleaning. Learn more: https://t.co/BFXb6ajns0         https://t.co/N2hcsmUMvB

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 13 2021 15:40:03

New: Track #COVID19 variants across the globe on CDC’s COVID Data Tracker. Understanding variants and their spread can help us stop the virus. Learn more: https://t.co/qw5SWo5t9u          https://t.co/96bdf9Ynnd

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 13 2021 14:00:22

#Antibiotics aren’t always the answer. Antibiotics are needed only to treat certain infections caused by bacteria, not viruses like those that cause colds, flu, or #COVID19. Ask your doctor about the best treatment to help you relieve symptoms. More: https://t.co/Zq0HmVtZ4h 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 13 2021 13:47:11

RT @CDCgov: #WearAMask to prevent getting and spreading #COVID19. If you use a disposable mask, the knot and tuck method can help your mask fit better against your face without gaps. Learn how to improve your mask’s fit.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 13 2021 12:45:08

#WearAMask with multiple layers that covers your nose AND mouth and secure it under your chin. Make sure it fits snugly against the sides of your face to best protect yourself and others from #COVID19. Learn more about masks: https://t.co/easmKh2UTu 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 13 2021 12:20:00

#WearAMask to prevent getting and spreading #COVID19. If you use a disposable mask, the knot and tuck method can help your mask fit better against your face without gaps. Learn how to improve your mask’s fit. https://t.co/BTgPDysxFO

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 13 2021 11:19:57

The safest way to observe #Ramadan & protect yourself & others from #COVID19 is to celebrate with people you live with, with others virtually, or outside staying 6 ft apart. Enjoy customs like #Iftar at home & attend religious services

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 13 2021 09:10:04

It’s important for everyone to use all the tools available to help stop this pandemic as we learn more about how #COVID19 vaccines work in real-world conditions. Continue to wear a mask and stay at least 6 feet away from

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 12 2021 17:26:10

#COVID19 vaccines are safe and effective. As of April 12, almost 121 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 74 million are fully vaccinated. More: https://t.co/zYLe3H12re     

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 12 2021 16:43:09

RT @CDCgov: Some racial and ethnic minority groups are at greater risk of getting sick, having more severe illness, and dying from #COVID19. CDC is leading public health efforts to ensure these groups have equitable access to the COVID-19 vaccine.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 12 2021 15:05:00

Watch: CDC’s Commander Erin Sauber-Schatz discusses the importance of staying active as a way to cope during #COVID19. Take care of your body and get moving to lessen fatigue, anxiety, or sadness. Learn more about coping with stress: https://t.co/LUkDdMAI1F   

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 12 2021 14:46:02

Mask mandates, along with other prevention measures, can help prevent #COVID19 and could especially benefit essential workers and those working in crowded conditions. Learn more: https://t.co/WX4uZ9zEJ3 https://t.co/KBxdT7IAhw

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 12 2021 14:12:00

DYK? #COVID19 vaccines are safe and effective. After you are fully vaccinated, you can start to do some things you stopped doing because of the pandemic. Learn more and get a vaccine when one is available to you. https://t.co/mUsXpasZ4S   

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 12 2021 14:00:33

RT @CDCgov: Join today’s CDC #COVID19 Partner Update Call at 3:00 pm EDT, “Contact Tracing for COVID-19: Do we still need it? (You bet we do!)” Retweet and Register: https://bit.ly/3rYY7EA   #ContactTracing

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 12 2021 13:14:04

Some racial and ethnic minority groups are at greater risk of getting sick, having more severe illness, and dying from #COVID19. CDC is leading public health efforts to ensure these groups have equitable access to the COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 12 2021 12:46:04

Want to learn how you can be reimbursed at #Medicare rates for delivering #COVID19 care to the uninsured? Register for this @HRSAgov webinar happening Tuesday 4/13 at 2PM ET to learn more: https://t.co/LELNyY8abo

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 12 2021 12:16:17

A new @CDCMMWR shows some racial/ethnic minority groups were more likely to receive emergency department care for #COVID19 than non-Hispanic White people. https://t.co/zNerqb6Hqx        https://t.co/kVrCIo5Ots

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 12 2021 12:16:18

New @CDCMMWR findings show why it’s important to prioritize prevention resources, including COVID-19 vaccination, to reach disproportionately affected communities and to reduce the need for emergency care for #COVID19. https://t.co/zNerqb6Hqx https://t.co/HhRceE5BWD

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 12 2021 11:42:03

Join today’s CDC #COVID19 Partner Update Call at 3:00 pm EDT, “Contact Tracing for COVID-19: Do we still need it? (You bet we do!)” Retweet and Register: https://t.co/poULFwxCac #ContactTracing https://t.co/JglHZV5u0r

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 12 2021 11:10:04

A new @CDCMMWR shows the percentage of hospitalizations for #COVID19 was highest for Hispanic patients across each region of the US, underscoring the importance of identifying and addressing factors that contribute to COVID-19 related disparities. https://t.co/PS0ZTvmlIZ https://t.co/Rd47lMjmRZ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 12 2021 08:39:20

RT @CDCgov: #WearAMask while traveling to #SlowTheSpread of #COVID19. Masks are required on planes, buses, trains, rideshares, and other forms of public transportation, including while you are in airports and stations. More: https://bit.ly/3m68x2R

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 11 2021 14:45:02

Substance use disorders can make you more likely to get severely ill from #COVID19. If you think you or someone you love might be experiencing a substance use disorder, learn about topics like access to treatment programs, harm reduction strategies

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 11 2021 13:28:01

#WearAMask with multiple layers that covers your nose AND mouth and secure it under your chin. Make sure it fits snugly against the sides of your face to best protect yourself and others from #COVID19. Learn more about masks: https://t.co/iOQv5OMdKA 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 11 2021 11:55:02

It’s allergy season. #COVID19 & seasonal allergies share some symptoms, but not others. Use this chart to compare the symptoms of COVID-19 & seasonal allergies so you can tell the difference. If you’re sick, you may need a COVID-19 test.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 10 2021 17:30:01

#WearAMask while traveling to #SlowTheSpread of #COVID19. Masks are required on planes, buses, trains, rideshares, and other forms of public transportation, including while you are in airports and stations. More: https://t.co/bpOhIx8xbS          https://t.co/NYaHsp1NPM

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 10 2021 16:50:02

It’s important for everyone to use all the tools available to help stop this pandemic as we learn more about how #COVID19 vaccines work in real-world conditions. Continue to wear a mask and stay at least 6 feet away from

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 10 2021 16:15:04

🌻 Spring is in the air. Both seasonal allergies and #COVID19 can cause cough, fatigue, and headache, but fever and chills are more common with COVID-19. Use this chart to learn more similarities and differences between COVID-19 & allergies. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 10 2021 12:40:03

If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19 (it’s been 2 weeks since the last shot in your series) and are exposed to someone with COVID-19, you are not required to quarantine if you haven’t had any symptoms. Learn more: https://t.co/TRZRzx3cym 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 09 2021 17:11:52

#COVID19-associated hospitalization rates have fallen since the peak in early January 2021, especially for older adults. However, rates have plateaued or risen in recent weeks in all age groups. Wear a mask. Get vaccinated when you can. Learn more: https://t.co/tOM3nW3opu 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 09 2021 16:46:02

The current increase in #COVID19 cases in the US could be driven by more contagious SARS-CoV-2 variants. B.1.1.7, the most common variant in the US, has been reported in all 50 states and Puerto Rico. Learn more: https://t.co/F4bAyObDp1     

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 09 2021 16:00:44

When you’re fully vaccinated for #COVID19, you can start doing some things again, like gathering indoors w/ other fully vaccinated people. Still protect yourself & others in public places – wear a mask, stay at least 6ft apart, & avoid

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 09 2021 15:12:03

Wearing gloves is not necessary for protection from #COVID19 in most situations, like running errands. However, CDC does recommend wearing gloves when you are caring for someone who is sick or cleaning. Learn more: https://t.co/nsSOBWUA4D           https://t.co/2uLokHtAER

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 09 2021 13:54:13

Three #COVID19 vaccines are authorized and recommended in the U.S.: Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson/Janssen. Getting vaccinated with the first vaccine available to you is important to protect yourself and others. Learn more: https://t.co/xqnuK2W1lE https://t.co/Ezmsvrr9qC

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 09 2021 13:30:07

A new CDC report looking at county-level data from June-September 2020 found that statewide closures and mask mandates likely slowed the spread of #COVID19, especially in medium/small metro nonmetropolitan counties. For more information: https://t.co/WX4uZ9zEJ3       https://t.co/FN6Otr5J0M

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 09 2021 12:44:02

#HCPs: Substance use disorders can increase the risk of severe illness from #COVID19. Learn about resources you can offer your patients, including treatment programs, telemedicine and more: https://t.co/vHThYp3Xxz https://t.co/5ekDBPU9JF

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 09 2021 12:27:02

#VaxFact: None of the #COVID19 vaccines authorized and recommended for use in the United States contains the live virus that causes COVID-19. This means that COVID-19 vaccines can’t make you sick with COVID-19. More vaccine facts: https://t.co/c3T9VAF5Ce       

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 09 2021 12:20:05

Make a plan to get a #COVID19 vaccine when it becomes available to you. ✔ Visit your health department’s website for information on COVID-19 vaccination. ✔ Learn what to expect at your vaccine appointment. ✔ Know what to expect after

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 09 2021 11:00:23

A new CDC update on post-COVID conditions describes a range of health conditions that can be present more than 4 weeks after initial infection with virus that causes #COVID19. Find out more about these conditions. https://t.co/ofnzDKDpRU         https://t.co/0unu4XC7w9

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 08 2021 17:00:03

As of April 5, national forecasts predict 2,300–10,100 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending May 1. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 568,000–588,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl       https://t.co/pWPj9zbwbw

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 08 2021 17:00:39

#DYK some people with disabilities may have a higher risk of #COVID19 illness? This includes people who live in group settings, people who have trouble practicing preventive measures, and people who need close contact with caregivers. Learn more: https://t.co/L8uGNMteuH https://t.co/gVr3ILQArt

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 08 2021 16:13:57

The #COVID19 pandemic has illuminated longstanding racial and ethnic health inequities that have persisted in this country for centuries. Learn more about how CDC is working to understand and measure the health impacts of racism. https://t.co/Gtpe22asT3

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 08 2021 15:38:02

A new @CDCMMWR finds that in northern Montana’s Blackfeet Tribal Reservation, stay-at-home orders and mask requirements were associated with a 33-fold drop in rate of new #COVID19 cases during Fall 2020. Learn more: https://t.co/TXMpvUHQHL         https://t.co/vVI8apyIdP

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 08 2021 15:00:19

New @CDCMMWR finds in Montana during Mar–Nov 2020, the rate of new #COVID19 cases among American Indian or Alaska Native persons was more than 2x that among White persons. Rate of COVID-19 deaths among AI/AN persons was nearly 4x that

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 08 2021 13:58:02

A new @CDCMMWR shows how a contact tracing program managed by Spirit Lake Tribe in North Dakota was effective at reaching tribe members affected by #COVID19. This program might help inform similar programs in other tribes and the public health

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 08 2021 13:10:06

New #COVID19 Stats in @CDCMMWR shows testing protocols in colleges & universities differed by class instruction type in spring 2021. About half didn’t publish protocols for testing students without symptoms, who can have & spread COVID-19. Learn more: https://t.co/GBXwPWnTh9 https://t.co/JEN2hUGP4L

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 08 2021 11:30:09

Some people have side effects after getting their #COVID19 vaccine, but these usually go away within a few days. Side effects after your second shot may be more intense than the ones you experienced after your first shot. More: https://t.co/Sygs9VhwN6 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 08 2021 11:00:36

🧪 COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest #COVID19 research on vaccine effectiveness, strategies for testing asymptomatic airline passengers, and the B.1.1.7 variant, first identified in the U.K. 👓 Read the full update: https://t.co/MrwAjEn0D0     https://t.co/YENb18v4XB

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 07 2021 19:01:39

The number of new daily #COVID19 cases has been increasing for 3 weeks. As of April 5, over half of U.S. states and territories have a high burden of COVID-19. Stay vigilant. Practice healthy habits. #WearAMask. Stay 6 feet apart.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 07 2021 16:40:02

#WearAMask in public to help #SlowTheSpread of #COVID19. When choosing a mask, make sure it fits snugly against your face, covers your nose and mouth, and has multiple layers. More on masks: https://t.co/easmKh2UTu           https://t.co/nflHaEEhYc

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 07 2021 15:53:03

#COVID19 vaccines are new, and it’s normal to have questions about them. You can help friends and family by listening with empathy and identifying the cause of their concerns. Learn more COVID-19 vaccine conversation tips: https://t.co/tGGql5cDOC         https://t.co/Ol2s0zC8Jy

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 07 2021 14:33:03

Join CDC’s #COVID19 Partner Update Call Monday, April 12, at 3:00 pm EDT, for updated information on #ContactTracing and why it’s still important to stop the spread of COVID-19. Retweet and Register: https://t.co/poULFwxCac       https://t.co/5jMFFNxoTW

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 07 2021 14:13:58

RT @CDCDirector: I’m looking forward to joining @abcnews @DrJAshton for an #AskTheExperts Instagram Live! We’re talking #COVID19 vaccines and I hope you’ll join us over on the CDC Instagram page today at 5:30pm ET. http://instagram.com/cdcgov

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 07 2021 12:55:05

#COVID19 spreads mostly through close contact between people, but it is possible to be infected by touching surfaces covered w/ germs. Protect yourself & others: wear a mask, wash your hands, & clean high touch surfaces w/ soap & water

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 07 2021 11:10:03

New report: Free, in-school #COVID19 testing at Utah elementary schools was higher among students of racial minority groups & in areas with higher COVID-19 rates. As schools consider reopening, in-school testing could help reach underserved communities: https://t.co/KSBEECgPIu https://t.co/aIQmw7ORfW

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 06 2021 17:00:13

#DYK? You can learn about how #COVID19 might affect pregnant people & their infants using CDC’s COVID Data Tracker. Data from 22 U.S. state & local health departments show information about trimester of infection, type of delivery, & more. See

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 06 2021 15:56:01

#WearAMask when you are in a restaurant, particularly indoors & when speaking with restaurant workers and servers. Only remove your mask when you’re actively eating or drinking. Masks help protect both you & others from #COVID19. More: https://t.co/odl2kkbXkj https://t.co/1gUMmIZd6A

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 06 2021 13:35:04

Wondering how viral vector #COVID19 vaccines work? This new infographic explains how viral vector vaccines help our bodies recognize and fight viruses. See infographic: https://t.co/DhQ1VfmTNR https://t.co/4UtWuO0ZCe

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 06 2021 13:15:57

A viral vector vaccine uses a harmless version of a different virus to deliver information to your body that helps it protect you. The vaccine does not contain the virus that causes #COVID19 and cannot give you COVID-19. Learn more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 06 2021 13:15:56

Have questions about how viral vector vaccines protect you against #COVID19? They teach your body how to recognize the virus that causes COVID-19. If you are exposed to the virus later, your body will know how to fight it off.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 06 2021 13:15:58

If you are exposed to the real #COVID19 virus after being vaccinated, your body sees these proteins and tells your immune system to fight the virus. Learn more: https://t.co/DhQ1VfmTNR       https://t.co/K0qERcsGqs

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 06 2021 13:15:59

Remember, when your body responds to the #COVID19 vaccine, it can sometimes feel like a viral infection. You may have tiredness, headache, muscle pain, chills, fever, or nausea. This are normal signs that your body is building protection. Learn more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 06 2021 13:05:06

A mask is NOT a substitute for staying at least 6 feet away from others. To protect yourself and others from #COVID19, #WearAMask that fits snugly against the sides of your face AND stay at least 6 feet apart. Learn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 06 2021 13:06:12

RT @CDCgov: Have questions on how mRNA vaccines protect against #COVID19? The mRNA in #COVID19 vaccines has information to teach your body how to fight the virus. The vaccine does not contain live virus, so it can’t give you COVID-19.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 06 2021 11:49:05

Wondering how mRNA #COVID19 vaccines work? This new infographic explains how mRNA vaccines help our bodies recognize and fight viruses. See infographic: https://t.co/WK1dmAm8Bn        https://t.co/SJ8r5Xf6MF

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 06 2021 11:00:08

mRNA vaccines teach our cells how to make a protein that triggers an immune response to #COVID19 inside our bodies. The immune response makes antibodies that protect us from getting infected if the real virus enters our bodies. More: https://t.co/WK1dmAm8Bn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 06 2021 11:00:09

If you are exposed to the real #COVID19 virus after being vaccinated, your body recognizes these proteins and tells your immune system to fight the virus. Learn more: https://t.co/WK1dmAm8Bn       https://t.co/KNiiKs5HMG

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 06 2021 11:00:05

Have questions on how mRNA vaccines protect against #COVID19? The mRNA in #COVID19 vaccines has information to teach your body how to fight the virus. The vaccine does not contain live virus, so it can’t give you COVID-19. It cannot

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 06 2021 11:00:11

Remember, when your body responds to the #COVID19 vaccine, it can sometimes feel like a viral infection. You may have tiredness, headache, muscle pain, chills, fever, or nausea. These are normal signs your body is building protection. Learn more: https://t.co/WK1dmAm8Bn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 05 2021 17:19:32

RT @CDCgov: #COVID19 vaccines can’t make you sick with COVID-19. As of April 5, more than 107 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 62 million are fully

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 05 2021 17:00:08

#COVID19 vaccines can’t make you sick with COVID-19. As of April 5, more than 107 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 62 million are fully vaccinated. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 05 2021 16:14:18

RT @EPA: According to @CDCgov, the risk of getting #COVID19 by touching a contaminated surface is considered low. Follow @CDCgov, State, and local guidelines, including wearing masks, good ventilation, social distancing, hand washing, and cleaning surfaces. https://cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/science/science-briefs/index.html

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 05 2021 15:59:02

#COVID19 spreads mostly through close contact between people, but it is possible to be infected by touching surfaces covered w/ germs. Protect yourself & others: wear a mask, wash your hands, & clean high touch surfaces w/ soap & water

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 05 2021 12:46:04

Join today’s CDC #COVID19 Partner Update call at 3:00 pm EDT, “Ask an Expert: Q&A with a CDC Expert on Current COVID-19 Guidance.” Retweet and Register: https://t.co/9jXNS9unxq           https://t.co/oz2rFzTTqC

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 05 2021 11:11:02

A new @CDCMMWR details a bar opening event that led to a #COVID19 outbreak in the community resulting in 46 cases, one hospitalization, and a school closure. More: https://t.co/xDMxthScEG      https://t.co/4JElGfsEvZ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 05 2021 10:30:04

This week, CDC joins APHA @PublicHealth to celebrate #NPHW. As the nation’s public health agency, we thank public health workers for their hard work to protect the health and safety of communities and slow the spread of #COVID19. #ThankYouPublicHealth https://t.co/mXPmOHRAJz

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 05 2021 08:48:58

RT @CDCgov: People fully vaccinated against #COVID19 can travel within the United States and do not need COVID-19 testing or post-travel self-quarantine as long as they continue to take precautions while traveling: #WearAMask, avoid crowds, and wash hands frequently. https://bit.ly/3aauF7o

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 04 2021 17:15:02

If you are getting a 2-dose #COVID19 vaccine, plan to get your second shot as close as possible to the recommendations—3 weeks for Pfizer-BioNTech and 1 month for Moderna. Learn more: https://t.co/TRFO1nQSWg https://t.co/8WRFDDZl6d

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 04 2021 14:13:02

A mask is NOT a substitute for staying at least 6 feet away from others. To protect yourself and others from #COVID19, #WearAMask that fits snugly against the sides of your face AND stay at least 6 feet apart. Learn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 04 2021 11:25:02

If you get a #COVID19 vaccine, wait at least 14 days before getting any other vaccine, including those for flu or shingles. If you get another vaccine first, wait at least 14 days before getting your COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 03 2021 17:40:01

#WearAMask 😷 in public to help #SlowTheSpread of #COVID19. When choosing a mask, make sure it fits snugly against your face, covers your nose and mouth, and has multiple layers. More on masks: https://t.co/iOQv5OMdKA         https://t.co/hOBrfVsFb4

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 03 2021 15:56:01

If someone in your household is sick with #COVID19, keep them away from others as much as possible. #WearAMask and stay at least 6 feet apart. More tips: https://t.co/EMQREHMH4c        https://t.co/fFVBJBgvbl

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

Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations like #COVID19. You may feel anxious, angry, sad, or overwhelmed. If you or a loved one feels overwhelmed, get support 24/7 by calling or texting 1-800-985-5990. Learn more: https://t.co/3Pya8LAbqo        https://t.co/e4K4eyKwAV

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 02 2021 17:12:56

CDC’s Framework for Conditional Sailing Order (CSO) provides a phased approach to resuming sailing with passengers in a way that slows the spread of #COVID19 on ships, at ports, and in communities. Learn more about CDC’s CSO Phased Approach: https://t.co/N1oJKZSKnM

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 02 2021 17:07:37

CDC has posted technical instructions for port agreements & routine crew #COVID19 testing as a part of next phase of the Sailing Order for cruise ships. The order protects U.S. communities, & ensures a safe environment for crew to work

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 02 2021 17:00:19

CDC is committed to achieving health equity by working together to ensure all people have resources to manage their physical and mental health – easy access to information, affordable testing, and medical care – during and after #COVID19. Learn more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 02 2021 16:50:03

Make sure your #mask fits snugly on your face to help prevent getting and spreading #COVID19. Masks don’t work well if there are gaps between your mask & face. Gaps can let air with respiratory droplets containing the virus leak

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 02 2021 16:47:02

#COVID19 hospitalization rates in several COVID-NET sites are increasing after weeks of decline. We all want to get back to normal but must remain cautious. Stop the spread. #WearAMask. Stay 6 feet apart. Get vaccinated when it’s available to you.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 02 2021 14:00:03

Nearly 154 million doses of #COVID19 vaccines have been administered in the U.S. Recent increases in COVID-19 cases and variants threaten this progress. The race to contain the virus is underway. Our actions will determine the outcome. Learn more: https://t.co/F4bAyObDp1

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 02 2021 12:57:10

People fully vaccinated against #COVID19 can travel within the United States and do not need COVID-19 testing or post-travel self-quarantine as long as they continue to take precautions while traveling: #WearAMask, avoid crowds, and wash hands frequently. https://t.co/9uzBuFZyWE https://t.co/C7V8Ip0jJv

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 02 2021 12:31:01

Residents of long-term care facilities have been among those most affected by the #COVID19 pandemic. Learn how the Connecticut Long-Term Care Ombudsman program turned to social media to educate its residents about the importance of vaccination. https://t.co/c9TlMiU2ka https://t.co/m5XmZFEhwk

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 02 2021 09:37:13

RT @CDCgov: As of March 29, national forecasts predict 3,100–10,200 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending April 24. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 565,000–585,000. More: http://bit.ly/CDC_MForecast

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 02 2021 09:20:03

It’s allergy season. #COVID19 & seasonal allergies share some symptoms, but not others. Use this chart to compare the symptoms of COVID-19 & seasonal allergies so you can tell the difference. If you’re sick, you may need a COVID-19 test.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 01 2021 19:11:50

RT @JAMA_current: On-premises restaurant dining has been associated w increases in daily #COVID19 case growth rates 41-100 d after implementation & increases in daily death growth rates 61-100 d after implementation. Changes over time amplify exponentially https://ja.ma/3ubbkfa

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 01 2021 17:12:55

As of March 29, national forecasts predict 3,100–10,200 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending April 24. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 565,000–585,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl         https://t.co/mBufU5uY3u

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 01 2021 16:55:03

If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19 (it’s been 2 weeks since the last shot in your series) and are exposed to someone with COVID-19, you are not required to quarantine if you haven’t had any symptoms. Learn more: https://t.co/TRZRzx3cym 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 01 2021 16:31:48

RT @HHS_ASH: Feeling overwhelmed with hope after receiving my #COVID19 vaccine dose today. This is a pivotal point in our history. With the vaccines here, we are on the path to rebuilding and healing our nation.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 01 2021 15:00:20

A new @CDCMMWR finds fewer than half of incarcerated or detained people surveyed in last few months of 2020 at correctional & detention facilities in 4 states were willing to be vaccinated for #COVID19, despite being at increased risk for

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 01 2021 14:50:08

You may be considered a close contact even if you have been vaccinated for #COVID19, which means your health department may call or text you. If you are fully vaccinated and don’t have symptoms, you may not need to quarantine.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 01 2021 14:10:02

A #COVID19 outbreak at a correctional facility began with incarcerated people who were transferred to the facility together, a new @CDCMMWR finds. People who are incarcerated & staff members should be vaccinated as soon as possible. More: https://t.co/7cR43l8UML     

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 01 2021 13:10:02

A #COVID19 outbreak at a correctional facility following a dental clinic day and other exposures from the community shows how fast the virus can spread, new @CDCMMWR finds. Quarantine & isolation of people exposed to COVID-19 is key to stopping

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 01 2021 11:01:20

By letting your close contacts know they may have been exposed to #COVID19, you are helping to protect them and others in your community. You can call, text, or email your contacts. Learn more: https://t.co/tlqT39Nvdk          https://t.co/x8F1iEXVNf

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 01 2021 11:00:30

Substance use disorders can make you more likely to get severely ill from #COVID19. People who use drugs may also live with conditions that put them at increased risk for severe illness & should get a COVID-19 vaccine when one

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – April 01 2021 09:01:21

RT @CDCgov: As of March 28, 2021, 30+ million US cases of #COVID19 were reported to CDC. Cases are rising again. The 7-day average of new daily cases is over 60,000, over a 10% increase from the previous week. Help

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 17:10:02

When you’re fully vaccinated for #COVID19, you can start doing some things again, like gathering indoors w/ other fully vaccinated people. Still protect yourself & others in public places – wear a mask, stay at least 6ft apart, & avoid

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 17:07:03

As of March 28, 2021, 30+ million US cases of #COVID19 were reported to CDC. Cases are rising again. The 7-day average of new daily cases is over 60,000, over a 10% increase from the previous week. Help stop the

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 17:01:22

RT @CDCgov: 🧪 COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest #COVID19 research on protection against repeat infection, how children contributeto spread of the virus in households, and more. Read the full update: https://bit.ly/3fw9iC6

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 16:30:07

🧪 COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest #COVID19 research on protection against repeat infection, how children contribute to spread of the virus in households, and more. 👓 Read the full update: https://t.co/LjhnVG6jBv      https://t.co/KxQJd6flHL

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 15:52:39

RT @CDCgov: Help protect adult day service center participants, their families, & staff from #COVID19. Have everyone wear a mask that cover their nose & mouth with no gaps. Wash hands often, clean & maintain healthy facilities. Have a plan

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 15:30:06

Help protect adult day service center participants, their families, & staff from #COVID19. Have everyone wear a mask that covers their nose & mouth with no gaps. Wash hands often, clean & maintain healthy facilities. Have a plan if someone

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 15:25:02

If you are getting a 2-dose #COVID19 vaccine, plan to get your second shot as close as possible to the recommendations—3 weeks for Pfizer-BioNTech and 1 month for Moderna. Learn more: https://t.co/TRFO1o8tNO https://t.co/oFAt5vyoHF

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 14:31:02

#DYK? CDC launched a pregnancy registry to learn more about #COVID19 vaccination during pregnancy. Learn more about CDC’s established v-safe pregnancy registry: https://t.co/fbmL2xYZtk         https://t.co/BFP2DPkmxO

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 13:30:04

Celebrate #Easter this year with people you live with, virtually, or outside while staying 6 feet apart. Enjoy Easter dinner & egg hunts with the people you live with to protect yourself & others from #COVID19. More: https://t.co/PamSx6NqyB

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 13:30:05

If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can gather safely for #Easter with other fully vaccinated people without wearing masks. Learn more about CDC’s recommendations for people fully vaccinated against COVID-19: https://t.co/FJMon7WlFO        https://t.co/4wKehcnwI0

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 12:20:04

Make a plan to get a #COVID19 vaccine when it becomes available to you. ✔ Visit your health department’s website for information on COVID-19 vaccination. ✔ Learn what to expect at your vaccine appointment. ✔ Know what to expect after

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 12:15:07

A new @CDCMMWR shows that in 2020, more than 3.3 million deaths occurred in the United States, an 18% increase from 2019. #COVID19 ranked as the 3rd leading cause of death, following heart disease and cancer. Learn more: https://t.co/lJMMRbtyHy   

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 11:45:00

2021 Teacher of the Year finalist Maureen Stover, a high school teacher from North Carolina, shares why she decided to receive her #COVID19 vaccine and encourages her peers to #SleeveUpForSchools, too. #SleeveUpForChildcare #SleeveUpForHeadStart  https://t.co/h2g7Dm0s4R

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 11:10:04

A new @CDCMMWR report finds that using diagnoses codes on official death certificates is a reliable method for estimating deaths from #COVID19. Read the full report: https://t.co/SRJ2jAG8f2         https://t.co/ANciljWt9Y

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 10:17:40

RT @CDCDirector: #COVID19 has presented immense challenges for schools & parents across the country. As a mother of 3, I have experienced this too. Grateful to  @NationalPTA for the chance to talk about how science is leading the way to

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 31 2021 09:52:53

RT @CDCgov: #DYK? CDC has a surveillance system that monitors #COVID19 outcomes by age, race and ethnicity, sex, and underlying health conditions. Explore trends in COVID-19-associated hospitalizations through interactive dashboards on CDC’s COVID Data Tracker: http://bit.ly/CDTcovidnet

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 30 2021 17:13:52

RT @CDCgov: #VaxFact: #COVID19 vaccines teach your immune system how to recognize and fight the virus that causes COVID-19. This helps keep you from getting sick with COVID-19. More vaccine facts: https://bit.ly/3hQ9yv9

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 30 2021 17:05:02

#DYK? CDC has a surveillance system that monitors #COVID19 outcomes by age, race and ethnicity, sex, and underlying health conditions. Explore trends in COVID-19-associated hospitalizations through interactive dashboards on CDC’s COVID Data Tracker: https://t.co/G9Yzi4eO6S https://t.co/351U7dUBRd

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 30 2021 16:30:00

2021 Teacher of the Year finalist Juliana Urtubey, a special education teacher from Nevada, shares why she decided to receive her #COVID19 vaccine and encourages her peers to #SleeveUpForSchools, too. #SleeveUpForChildcare #SleeveUpForHeadStart   https://t.co/GCq0VzTrv2

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 30 2021 15:56:01

#VaxFact: #COVID19 vaccines teach your immune system how to recognize and fight the virus that causes COVID-19. This helps keep you from getting sick with COVID-19. More vaccine facts: https://t.co/c3T9VAF5Ce         https://t.co/aQsx7OBVE9

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 30 2021 14:49:02

By letting your close contacts know they may have been exposed to #COVID19, you are helping to protect them and others in your community. You can call, text, or email your contacts. Learn more: https://t.co/dL3DEBhBkp         https://t.co/5mocLUT6OB

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 30 2021 13:34:47

RT @CDCgov: If you are sick with #COVID19, or think you might have COVID-19, #WearAMask that fits snugly over your mouth and nose whenever you are in a room with another person or around any pets or animals, even in

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 30 2021 13:31:04

If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19 (it’s been 2 weeks since the last shot in your series) and are exposed to someone with COVID-19, you are not required to quarantine if you haven’t had any symptoms. Learn more: https://t.co/FJMon7WlFO 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 30 2021 13:10:04

It’s important for everyone to use all the tools available to help stop this pandemic as we learn more about how #COVID19 vaccines work in real-world conditions. Continue to wear a mask and stay at least 6 feet away from

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 30 2021 12:45:00

2021 Teacher of the Year finalist Alejandro Diasgranados, who teaches English & social studies to 4th and 5th graders in D.C., shares why he decided to receive his #COVID19 vaccine and encourages his peers to #SleeveUpForSchools, too. #SleeveUpForChildcare #SleeveUpForHeadStart https://t.co/Ia1ijTmT5E

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 30 2021 12:15:07

If you are sick with #COVID19, or think you might have COVID-19, #WearAMask that fits snugly over your mouth and nose whenever you are in a room with another person or around any pets or animals, even in your own

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 30 2021 11:00:36

If you care for someone with #COVID19 at home or in a non-healthcare setting, #WearAMask, stay at least 6 feet apart when possible, limit contact with the person who is sick, increase air flow, eat in separate areas, don’t share

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 30 2021 09:55:04

When you’re fully vaccinated for #COVID19, you can start doing some things again, like gathering indoors w/ other fully vaccinated people. Still protect yourself & others in public places – wear a mask, stay at least 6ft apart, & avoid

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 30 2021 07:15:51

RT @CDCgov: #COVID19 vaccines are an important tool to stop the pandemic. As of March 29, more than 95 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 52.6 million

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 29 2021 17:00:14

#COVID19 vaccines are an important tool to stop the pandemic. As of March 29, more than 95 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 52.6 million are fully

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 29 2021 15:41:02

DYK? CDC does not recommend using masks with exhalation valves or vents. The hole in the material could let respiratory droplets that spread #COVID19 escape & reach others. More on masks: https://t.co/Z04PIIjjd8 https://t.co/esJ8Xh8fJY

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 29 2021 15:00:17

#Antibiotics are important for treating some infections, but they should be used only when necessary and only as prescribed. Antibiotics CANNOT treat viruses, like those that cause #COVID19 and #flu. Learn more: https://t.co/Zq0HmVtZ4h            https://t.co/StMZp0FuwC

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 29 2021 13:05:08

Regular medical checkups & recommended vaccinations are essential for children of all ages. Their doctor tracks growth & development and identifies vaccinations needed to protect against serious diseases. Learn about checkups during the #COVID19 pandemic: https://t.co/N4EvHmcubn https://t.co/7Z12Bfxuan

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 29 2021 12:15:09

Join today’s CDC #COVID19 Partner Update call at 3:00 pm EDT, “Understanding the Impact of Telehealth Usage During the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Retweet and Register: https://t.co/jBkn0MEvDW #Telehealth #DigitalHealth https://t.co/rd5mq0Yb7I

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 29 2021 11:11:48

A new @CDCMMWR finds mRNA #COVID19 vaccines highly effective in preventing COVID-19 among health care & other essential workers. The mRNA vaccines reduced the risk of infection by 80% after the 1st dose and 90% following the 2nd dose. Learn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 28 2021 16:34:01

Even as some restrictions ease, let’s keep protecting ourselves and others. #WearAMask. Stay 6 ft apart. Avoid crowds & poorly ventilated spaces. Get a #COVID19 vaccine when it’s available to you. Proven prevention will help us get back to things

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 28 2021 14:51:01

Wash your cloth mask daily, or more often if it gets dirty. If you wear a disposable mask under your cloth one for extra protection from #COVID19, throw it away after one use. Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 28 2021 11:00:43

It’s allergy season. #COVID19 & seasonal allergies share some symptoms, but not others. Use this chart to compare the symptoms of COVID-19 & seasonal allergies so you can tell the difference. If you’re sick, you may need a COVID-19 test.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 28 2021 09:53:50

RT @CDCgov: Gathering outdoors is safer, but if you gather indoors, help protect against #COVID19: Wear a mask. Stay at least 6 feet apart. Avoid crowds. Open doors and windows. Place a fan near an open window, blowing outside. We

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 27 2021 17:10:03

Make sure your #mask fits snugly on your face to help prevent getting and spreading #COVID19. Masks don’t work well if there are gaps between your mask & face. Gaps can let air with respiratory droplets containing the virus leak

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 27 2021 15:51:02

You may be considered a close contact even if you have been vaccinated for #COVID19, which means your health department may call or text you. If you are fully vaccinated and don’t have symptoms, you may not need to quarantine.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 27 2021 15:19:27

Carol Wong, director of Chinatown Learning Center in Philadelphia, shares why she decided to receive her #COVID19 vaccine and encourages other educators to get vaccinated, too. #SleeveUpforSchools #SleeveUpforChildcare #SleeveUpforHeadStart https://t.co/MUuH5UNL3Z

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 27 2021 13:45:04

#WearAMask when you are taking care of someone who may have #COVID19. Put your mask on before you go into the room with that person. They should wear a mask, too, if possible. Learn more about caring for people with

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 26 2021 17:05:04

V-safe—a smartphone-based tool that monitors vaccine safety—is now available in Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, and simplified Chinese. Tell @CDCgov how you feel after #COVID19 vaccination by completing short surveys. Learn more & register: https://t.co/30jUfUTuJe https://t.co/TQbVYzBMon

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 26 2021 16:51:00

Gathering outdoors is safer, but if you gather indoors, help protect against #COVID19: Wear a mask. Stay at least 6 feet apart. Avoid crowds. Open doors and windows. Place a fan near an open window, blowing outside. We can protect

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 26 2021 15:40:02

Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen #COVID19 vaccine is being held to the same rigorous safety and effectiveness standards as all other types of vaccines in the United States. @US_FDA makes vaccines available only if they meet these standards. Learn more: https://t.co/DhQ1VfmTNR

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 26 2021 14:59:03

Robust testing for #COVID19 is essential to our success in ending the pandemic in the U.S. Testing helps identify people with COVID-19 so we can prevent further spread in our communities. Learn more in CDC’s COVID Data Tracker Weekly Review:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 26 2021 13:54:06

Close contacts are the people you were around in the two days before your symptoms started (or two days before your #COVID19 test, if you had no symptoms), until you started isolation. Learn more: https://t.co/dL3DEAZZVP         https://t.co/nGIIheZjlX

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 26 2021 13:23:00

Tonia McMillian, a California family childcare provider, shares why she decided to receive her #COVID19 vaccine and encourages others to #SleeveUpForChildcare, too. #SleeveUpForSchools #SleeveUpForHeadStart https://t.co/UTwHtpH9KB

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 26 2021 12:55:03

When you’re fully vaccinated for #COVID19, you can start doing some things again, like gathering indoors w/ other fully vaccinated people. Still protect yourself & others in public places – wear a mask, stay at least 6ft apart, & avoid

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 26 2021 12:51:03

If you delayed your child’s medical checkups during the #COVID19 pandemic, call to schedule an appointment. At well-child visits, the doctor tracks your child’s growth & development, discusses health concerns, & identifies vaccinations they may need. https://t.co/N4EvHmcubn https://t.co/LQFpL44WXD

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 26 2021 12:21:06

The safest way to observe #Passover & protect yourself & others from #COVID19 is to celebrate with people you live with, with others virtually, or outside while wearing a mask and staying 6 ft apart. Enjoy your #Seder at home

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 26 2021 12:21:07

If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can safely gather for #Seder with other fully vaccinated people without wearing masks. Learn more about CDC’s new recommendations for fully vaccinated people: https://t.co/FJMon7WlFO          https://t.co/GXGYOCvUHT

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 26 2021 12:14:26

RT @CDCDirector: Proud CDC has partnered w/ US dialysis provider orgs to support rapid #COVID19 vaccination of most dialysis patients & healthcare personnel at dialysis centers. This is an important step to reaching the most medically & socially vulnerable communities.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 26 2021 11:11:52

CDC and other organizations have strategies to help cope with stress during #COVID19 and how to get help if you or someone you know are struggling to cope. Learn more: • https://t.co/oHo440OAkD • https://t.co/pOqt3oa3aw • https://t.co/tC5UJmiNC4 https://t.co/rD4yYFWnqi

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 26 2021 11:10:02

A new @CDCMMWR finds that the percentage of adults reporting anxiety or depression increased during #COVID19. Those needing mental health care but not receiving it also went up. Learn more: https://t.co/9ATUPsrcoq https://t.co/y3BXdTMV1j

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 26 2021 10:01:35

Testing for #COVID19 at home? Go to @CDCgov At-Home Testing web page for tips on performing the test and understanding your results. New visual aids can help you collect your specimen properly. Learn more: https://t.co/tKMAXiYcrn        https://t.co/Q5fzjaHcb7

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 25 2021 17:29:58

As of March 22, national forecasts predict 2,700–9,600 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending April 17. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 558,000–578,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl           https://t.co/FJdnxI4a2O

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 24 2021 16:52:02

Rates of #COVID19 are increasing across the U.S. As of March 23, the 7-day average of new cases per day is 56,225. Help stop the spread of COVID-19. Wear a mask. Stay 6 feet apart. Avoid crowds. Get a vaccine

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 24 2021 16:26:33

RT @CDCgov: #VaxFact: You should still get a #COVID19 vaccine even if you’ve already had COVID-19. Experts don’t know how long you’re protected from COVID-19 after you recover. More vaccine facts: https://bit.ly/3hQ9yv9

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 24 2021 15:56:01

#VaxFact: You should still get a #COVID19 vaccine even if you’ve already had COVID-19. Experts don’t know how long you’re protected from COVID-19 after you recover. More vaccine facts: https://t.co/c3T9VAF5Ce         https://t.co/xFGU6l1CuV

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 24 2021 15:34:00

2021 National Teacher of the Year finalist Maureen Stover, a high school teacher from North Carolina, shares why she decided to receive her #COVID19 vaccine and encourages her peers to #SleeveUpforSchools, too. #SleeveUpforChildcare #SleeveUpforHeadStart https://t.co/ONJeGHqqwt

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 24 2021 15:30:18

If you have #COVID19, notify your close contacts – the people you were around in the 2 days before your symptoms started (or before your test, if you had no symptoms) until you started isolation. Learn more: https://t.co/tlqT39Nvdk     

COVID-19 Testing Changes

Health departments throughout South Health District will begin offering rapid COVID-19 testing as a clinical appointment.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 24 2021 14:38:03

🧪 COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest #COVID19 research on physical distancing in schools, variant B.1.1.7, vaccine response in pregnant and breastfeeding women, and more. 👓 Read the full update: https://t.co/Jj9TSYSUiu         https://t.co/CHi7L86eJs

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 24 2021 14:38:31

RT @CDCgov: There are many variants of the virus that causes #COVID19, but there are 5 variants of concern that are being closely monitored. These variants spread more easily or have other attributes that might require public health actions. Learn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 24 2021 14:19:04

Join the CDC #COVID19 Partner Update call Monday, March 29, at 3:00 pm EDT, for more information on understanding the impact of telehealth usage during the COVID-19 pandemic. Retweet and Register: https://t.co/jBkn0MEvDW #Telehealth #DigitalHealth https://t.co/2YlB56l0Ml

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 24 2021 13:02:02

There are many variants of the virus that causes #COVID19, but there are 5 variants of concern that are being closely monitored. These variants spread more easily or have other attributes that might require public health actions. Learn more: https://t.co/obKVQ4toQQ 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 24 2021 11:10:02

A new @CDCMMWR shows how the impact of #COVID19 on communities of color changed during the pandemic. To improve health equity, #PublicHealth can work with communities with high rates of COVID-19 cases and tailor efforts to match their priorities. More:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 24 2021 09:01:15

#Parents: If your child is sick, keep them home. If they get sick at child care, pick them up. Monitor their symptoms & notify the child care program if your child tests positive for #COVID19. More on slowing spread of

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 23 2021 17:30:22

Only use treatments for #COVID19 that have been prescribed by your healthcare provider. People have been seriously harmed or died after taking products not approved for COVID-19 treatment. Learn more: https://t.co/ffkCSdDPkV         https://t.co/r0wsUIlzuu

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 23 2021 17:01:03

New: CDC’s COVID Data Tracker now includes case and death trend data for different demographic groups. Follow the impact of #COVID19 by age, race and ethnicity, and sex since the pandemic began. See the data: https://t.co/nc66sGXNwn         https://t.co/zJ96wa3X5a

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 23 2021 16:26:43

RT @CDCgov: #VaxFact: #COVID19 vaccines help keep you from getting COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccination is an important tool to help us stop the pandemic and get back to the things we love. More key things to know about COVID-19 vaccines: https://bit.ly/3dILBpC

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 23 2021 16:11:02

#VaxFact: #COVID19 vaccines help keep you from getting COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccination is an important tool to help us stop the pandemic and get back to the things we love. More key things to know about COVID-19 vaccines: https://t.co/bKmffn4RYW     

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 23 2021 14:40:02

Help protect essential workers. CDC’s Essential Workers #COVID19 Vaccine Toolkit covers questions & benefits of COVID-19 vaccines for your team. Explore the toolkit: https://t.co/rkkGi9vW6n          https://t.co/D90gedaEM0

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 23 2021 14:28:19

RT @CDCgov: #DYK some people with disabilities may have a higher risk of #COVID19 illness? This includes people who live in group settings, people who have trouble practicing preventive measures, and people who need close contact with caregivers. Learn more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 23 2021 13:53:03

#DYK some people with disabilities may have a higher risk of #COVID19 illness? This includes people who live in group settings, people who have trouble practicing preventive measures, and people who need close contact with caregivers. Learn more: https://t.co/dmXLYJg7d4 https://t.co/rhYOI1oqAi

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 23 2021 12:54:04

Health departments and public health professionals have used contact tracing for decades to slow or stop the spread of infectious diseases. The success of #COVID19 contact tracing depends on people’s participation. Learn more: https://t.co/9ZN2zZaLlL         https://t.co/jdetnMtcIE

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 23 2021 10:05:09

It’s allergy season. #COVID19 & seasonal allergies share some symptoms, but not others. Use this chart to compare the symptoms of COVID-19 & seasonal allergies so you can tell the difference. If you’re sick, you may need a COVID-19 test.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 22 2021 17:03:13

RT @CDCgov: In the coming weeks and months, #COVID19 vaccine supply will increase. As of March 22, more than 82.7 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 44.9

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 22 2021 17:00:17

In the coming weeks and months, #COVID19 vaccine supply will increase. As of March 22, more than 82.7 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 44.9 million are

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 22 2021 16:24:27

RT @CDCgov: Use cleaners and disinfectants correctly to prevent the spread of #COVID19. Misusing disinfectants can lead to serious harm or even death. Never eat, drink, breathe, inject these products into your body, or apply them directly to your skin.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 22 2021 16:16:03

Use cleaners and disinfectants correctly to prevent the spread of #COVID19. Misusing disinfectants can lead to serious harm or even death. Never eat, drink, breathe, inject these products into your body, or apply them directly to your skin. Learn more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 22 2021 15:13:02

If you have #COVID19, notify your close contacts – the people you were around in the 2 days before your symptoms started (or before your test, if you had no symptoms) until you started isolation. Learn more: https://t.co/dL3DEBhBkp     

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 22 2021 14:10:59

RT @CDCgov: #Teachers & staff: Help K-12 schools operate safely by combining steps to limit spread of #COVID19. Have everyone wear a mask that covers the nose & mouth with no gaps. Keep at least 6ft (about 2 arm lengths)

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 22 2021 14:11:02

Use an @EPA-registered household disinfectant to help protect against #COVID19. Visit the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s website for a list of products that meet EPA’s criteria for use against the virus that causes COVID-19: https://t.co/WaIlSombuH         https://t.co/DvOCyAAMIh

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 22 2021 13:31:03

#Teachers & staff: Help K-12 schools operate safely by combining steps to limit spread of #COVID19. Have everyone wear a mask that covers the nose & mouth with no gaps. Keep at least 6ft (about 2 arm lengths) from other

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 22 2021 13:31:04

Based on the latest science around #COVID19, keeping at least 3 feet between students in classrooms – in combination with other steps like cohorting and correct and consistent mask use – could be an option for schools providing in-person instruction.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 22 2021 11:48:08

Join today’s CDC #COVID19 Partner Update call at 3:00 pm EDT. Title: When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated: Interim Public Health Recommendations. Retweet and Register: https://t.co/Eb6oJo1Ehb       https://t.co/7PXRiehorB

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 22 2021 10:59:02

#AntibioticResistance is still a significant public health threat in the United States. Remember: #antibiotics do not work on viral infections, including #COVID19. Do you need that antibiotic? https://t.co/Zq0HmVtZ4h https://t.co/70BKXrfw37

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 21 2021 17:00:21

Make a plan to get a #COVID19 vaccine when it becomes available to you. ✔ Visit your health department’s website for information on COVID-19 vaccination. ✔ Learn what to expect at your vaccine appointment. ✔ Know what to expect after

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 21 2021 15:30:00

CDC is teaming up with @nflalumnihealth to protect against #COVID19. NFL Alumni Health member & former linebacker Harry Carson knows it’s an all-teams effort! Vaccination, wearing a mask, & staying 6 feet from others can get us all back in

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 21 2021 14:17:01

A close contact is anyone who has been within 6 feet (about 2 arm lengths) of someone with #COVID19 for a total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period. Learn more about contact tracing: https://t.co/NSgd1EYdKr https://t.co/77MdtUyTqW

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 21 2021 12:01:05

Handwashing is an important way to protect yourself and others from #COVID19 and other illnesses. Wash your hands often with soap & water for at least 20 seconds. If soap & water are not available, use hand sanitizer with at

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 20 2021 17:29:01

🌼 It’s allergy season. #COVID19 & seasonal allergies share some symptoms, but not others. Use this chart to compare the symptoms of COVID-19 & seasonal allergies so you can tell the difference. If you’re sick, you may need a COVID-19

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 20 2021 16:13:00

DYK? Viruses constantly change through mutation. CDC Disease Detective Lieutenant Joshua Wong of the U.S. Public Health Service explains with the @AmoebaSisters #COVID19 variants and how they spread. Learn more about COVID-19 variants: https://t.co/5vCR4rpSLQ       https://t.co/3viUvT4b21

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 20 2021 16:00:31

Make sure your #mask fits snugly on your face to help prevent getting and spreading #COVID19. Masks don’t work well if there are gaps between your mask & face. Gaps can let air with respiratory droplets containing the virus leak

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 20 2021 14:14:02

Only use treatments for #COVID19 that have been prescribed by your healthcare provider. People have been seriously harmed or died after taking products not approved for COVID-19 treatment. Learn more: https://t.co/vqxrQrXHSi       https://t.co/YzohA1Fi1y

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 20 2021 11:45:02

Germs that cause foodborne illness grow best at room temperature. Prepare, refrigerate, or freeze meat, poultry, and seafood within 2 hours of purchasing, or 1 hour when above 90°F outside. Learn more about #FoodSafety and #COVID19: https://t.co/yxevI1SDMV https://t.co/iCAkJfXOiw

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 20 2021 11:00:37

It’s important for everyone to use all the tools available to help stop this pandemic as we learn more about how #COVID19 vaccines work in real-world conditions. Continue to wear a mask and stay at least 6 feet away from

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 19 2021 19:41:42

RT @CDCDirector: .@POTUS Biden and @VP Harris, your leadership on the #COVID19 response has instilled confidence and reinvigorated our agency! Thank you for visiting CDC today to discuss our continued work together and how science and health equity are paramount

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

When you’re fully vaccinated for #COVID19, you can start doing some things again, like gathering indoors w/ other fully vaccinated people. Still protect yourself & others in public places – wear a mask, stay at least 6ft apart, & avoid

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 19 2021 17:00:01

This month marks one year of COVID-NET, CDC’s surveillance network for #COVID19 hospitalizations. This network includes more than 250 hospitals in 14 states and covers around 10% of the U.S. population. Learn more: https://t.co/tvtxDbHxAZ         https://t.co/GU6qnnF8Gm

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 19 2021 17:00:03

Within COVID-NET sites, more than 1 of every 100 people aged 65+ were hospitalized with #COVID19 in the past year. Learn more important info on COVID-19 hospitalizations, including by age group, race/ethnicity, sex, and underlying health conditions: https://t.co/qpYN3dSJL8 https://t.co/CD2vXyxzke

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 19 2021 16:31:02

Join CDC’s #COVID19 Partner Update call Monday, March 22, at 3:00 pm EDT. Title: When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated: Interim Public Health Recommendations. Retweet and Register: https://t.co/Eb6oJo1Ehb         https://t.co/tIBSi0WKUF

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 19 2021 15:45:04

Teachers, school staff, & childcare workers are eligible to get vaccines to help protect them against #COVID19. CDC’s new toolkit for educational leaders includes resources, ideas, & materials to help communicate to staff the benefits of vaccination. More: https://t.co/QAfUfc77Da https://t.co/0ezDDsATJc

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 19 2021 15:00:55

If you get a #COVID19 vaccine, wait at least 14 days before getting any other vaccine, including those for flu or shingles. If you get another vaccine first, wait at least 14 days before getting your COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more:

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 19 2021 13:45:06

A new @CDCMMWR finds K-12 schools using multiple prevention strategies can limit spread of #COVID19. Of 102 contacts tested after exposures to students & faculty with COVID-19, two got positive results likely due to in-person school spread. More: https://t.co/eLyBxnJvJx   

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 19 2021 13:15:06

A new @CDCMMWR finds low transmission of #COVID19 in Utah elementary schools when students & staff wore masks and followed other prevention measures, even when students were spaced a median of 3 feet apart and in communities with high levels

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 19 2021 13:11:48

RT @CDCgov: CDC has updated strategies to help schools operate safely and slow the spread of #COVID19 to protect students, teachers, & staff. Learn more about updated strategies here: https://bit.ly/378slgR

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 19 2021 12:45:11

CDC has updated strategies to help schools operate safely and slow the spread of #COVID19 to protect students, teachers, & staff. Learn more about updated strategies here: https://t.co/jLenNxjipU         https://t.co/QINenAQ1az

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 19 2021 12:15:04

A new @CDCMMWR suggests K-12 schools can reopen without leading to rapid spread of #COVID19. An investigation of COVID-19 in Florida K-12 schools found that fewer than 1% of registered students had school-related COVID-19. Learn more: https://t.co/XcGFLVUEND       

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 19 2021 12:15:05

Reducing community spread, wearing masks, maintaining distance, and increasing ventilation in rooms are essential to reduce the spread of #COVID19 in schools. Learn more: https://t.co/XcGFLVUEND https://t.co/UCrodwPMCv

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 19 2021 12:05:08

Testing individuals without known #COVID19 exposure or symptoms (screening testing) is an important part of preventing the spread of COVID-19. Learn more: https://t.co/nAw3li27gV       https://t.co/VYOt1fkNWi

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 19 2021 11:10:03

If you are looking for the latest information about performing #COVID19 testing, opt in to receive updates from the CDC Laboratory Outreach Communication System (LOCS): https://t.co/xmEyck4GJJ https://t.co/cenbgwdbnT

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 18 2021 17:30:13

If someone with #COVID19 symptoms drove or rode in your vehicle, wait as long as possible (at least a few hours) to clean and disinfect. Improve air flow by opening the windows and doors. Wear a mask to reduce your

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 18 2021 17:26:11

As of March 15, national forecasts predict 3,200–10,100 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending April 10. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 554,000–574,000. More: https://t.co/rcqjOX3Ypl         https://t.co/5vxVRFYvDd

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 18 2021 15:20:19

.@CDCMMWR finds a #COVID19 outbreak among a high school football team was likely caused by infrequent mask use, inadequate physical distancing & ventilation, and insufficient cleaning & disinfecting. It led to 2,000+ lost days of in-person learning. More: https://t.co/jM4qFFU7YP https://t.co/Rvq11DdGfp

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 18 2021 14:15:04

A new @CDCMMWR finds children attending school entirely or partly online during #COVID19, as well as their parents, may be at increased risk for mental and physical health problems. Both may need extra support to reduce the pandemic’s impact. Learn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 18 2021 13:10:03

New @CDCMMWR finds a New Jersey school with students living both on and off campus reduced #COVID19 spread on campus using strategies like frequent testing, contact tracing, mask wearing, & requiring students, staff & faculty to stay 6 ft apart.

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 18 2021 13:01:36

Testing for #COVID19 at home? Go to @CDCgov At-Home Testing web page for tips on performing the test and understanding your results. New visual aids can help you collect your specimen properly. Learn more: https://t.co/tKMAXiYcrn https://t.co/iOPIeFHJ2m

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 18 2021 12:13:56

RT @CDCgov: #COVID19 vaccines are safe and effective. More than 73 million people have already received COVID-19 vaccines, which are under the most intense safety monitoring in U.S. history. Get vaccinated when a COVID-19 vaccine is available to you. Learn

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 18 2021 12:07:05

#COVID19 vaccines are safe and effective. More than 73 million people have already received COVID-19 vaccines, which are under the most intense safety monitoring in U.S. history. Get vaccinated when a COVID-19 vaccine is available to you. Learn more: https://t.co/YXbQZjDAWY 

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 18 2021 11:01:06

School and childcare staff can #SleeveUp at state and local #COVID19 vaccination sites and at more than 9,000 pharmacies nationwide. Find participating pharmacies in your state: https://t.co/9fBFLJimFt #SleeveUpForSchools #SleeveUpForChildcare https://t.co/RTWrsjUha6

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 18 2021 10:23:55

RT @DrNancyM_CDC: Educators now have wider access to #COVID19 vaccines. CDC’s new toolkit for school settings and childcare programs provides vaccine information to help educational leaders communicate with staff about the benefits of vaccination. Learn more: https://cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/toolkits/schools-childcare.html

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 18 2021 08:56:41

RT @CDCgov: Rates of #COVID19 are decreasing, but they remain high across the United States. Nearly half of U.S. states and territories report high levels of COVID-19. Do your part to slow the spread. Wear a mask. Stay 6 feet

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 17 2021 17:01:06

Rates of #COVID19 are decreasing, but they remain high across the United States. Nearly half of U.S. states and territories report high levels of COVID-19. Do your part to slow the spread. 😷 Wear a mask. ↔️ Stay 6 feet

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 17 2021 17:00:35

RT @CDCgov: 🧪 COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest #COVID19 research on oxygen levels during mask use, vaccine side effects, the spread of variants in France, and more. Read the full update: http://bit.ly/3cyz4CX

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 17 2021 17:00:46

If you are getting a 2-dose #COVID19 vaccine, plan to get your second shot as close as possible to the recommendations—3 weeks for Pfizer-BioNTech and 1 month for Moderna. Learn more: https://t.co/TRFO1nQSWg https://t.co/FplotTj1Xc

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 17 2021 16:00:38

🧪 COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest #COVID19 research on oxygen levels during mask use, vaccine side effects, the spread of variants in France, and more. 👓 Read the full update: https://t.co/2ZYK3gofMa        https://t.co/z42iOmWff6

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 17 2021 14:41:03

RT @CDCgov: As you get older, your risk for severe illness or death from #COVID19 increases. Severe illness means that someone with COVID-19 may require hospitalization, intensive care, or a ventilator to help them breathe. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2wEyT8h

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 17 2021 14:36:02

As you get older, your risk for severe illness or death from #COVID19 increases. Severe illness means that someone with COVID-19 may require hospitalization, intensive care, or a ventilator to help them breathe. Learn more: https://t.co/Moe2Sgc35H         https://t.co/jtMgzkNtLD

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 17 2021 14:00:27

Testing individuals without known #COVID19 exposure or symptoms (screening testing) is an important part of preventing the spread of COVID-19. Learn more: https://t.co/zs0hHqZvTf           https://t.co/NfkOaDAqHd

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 17 2021 12:15:04

When you’re fully vaccinated for #COVID19, you can start doing some things again, like gathering indoors w/ other fully vaccinated people. Still protect yourself & others in public places – wear a mask, stay at least 6ft apart, & avoid

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 17 2021 12:01:38

Make a plan to get a #COVID19 vaccine when it becomes available to you. ✔ Visit your health department’s website for information on COVID-19 vaccination. ✔ Learn what to expect at your vaccine appointment. ✔ Know what to expect after

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 17 2021 11:15:03

New @CDCMMWR finds lower #COVID19 vaccination rates in counties with higher percentages of residents who are from racial/ethnic minority groups, have lower socioeconomic status (especially low education), or live in crowded housing or congregate settings. https://t.co/rbsZbm3tv2 https://t.co/H3okPjW56G

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 17 2021 09:58:27

RT @CDCgov: Prevent getting or spreading #COVID19 by celebrating #StPatricksDay outdoors, virtually, or with people who live with you. Avoid crowds. Instead, decorate your home or have an outdoor celebration at least 6 ft apart from others. More: https://bit.ly/3n6X3x4

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 16 2021 17:00:25

#DYK? As of March 12, more than 100 million #COVID19 vaccine doses have been administered across the United States, with over 64% of people 65 or older receiving at least 1 dose. Track vaccination progress, including by vaccine type: https://t.co/eobuc15rT9 

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

#COVID19 control and economic recovery require detailed guidance for cities and communities. Read #PublicHealthReports commentary offering strategies to address this national problem at the local level. https://t.co/5HiUHeRdCQ         https://t.co/zE7jBtr4Xy

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 16 2021 15:37:03

If someone with #COVID19 symptoms drove or rode in your vehicle, wait as long as possible (at least a few hours) to clean and disinfect. Improve air flow by opening the windows and doors. Wear a mask to reduce your

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 16 2021 14:48:46

RT @CDCgov: Have you gotten a #COVID19 vaccine? Register for v-safe, and let CDC know how you’re feeling through personalized health check-ins. Help CDC keep vaccines safe. Learn more and register here: https://bit.ly/3gNkdpZ

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 16 2021 14:30:00

Have you gotten a #COVID19 vaccine? Register for v-safe, and let CDC know how you’re feeling through personalized health check-ins. Help CDC keep vaccines safe. Learn more and register here: https://t.co/S4ZmF2foa9 https://t.co/h0NPXMOtaL

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 16 2021 13:28:04

Prevent getting or spreading #COVID19 by celebrating #StPatricksDay outdoors, virtually, or with people who live with you. Avoid crowds. Instead, decorate your home or have an outdoor celebration at least 6 ft apart from others. More: https://t.co/PamSx6NqyB       

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 16 2021 12:55:05

Make sure your #mask fits snugly on your face to help prevent getting and spreading #COVID19. Masks don’t work well if there are gaps between your mask & face. Gaps can let air with respiratory droplets containing the virus leak

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 16 2021 12:10:08

Testing for #COVID19 at home? 🏠 Go to CDC’s At-Home Testing web page for tips on performing the test and understanding your results. New visual aids can help you collect your specimen properly. Learn more: https://t.co/74wbZNgt8J https://t.co/bBELkcaTz5

COVID-19 Update from the CDC – March 16 2021 10:00:33

New @CDCMMWR looking at first two months of #COVID19 vaccination shows most people got both doses of the 2-dose COVID-19 vaccine. Among people who received a 1st dose, 88% got a 2nd dose, 9% were awaiting a 2nd dose, and