Tennessee Department of Health Offering Third Dose of mRNA Vaccine – The Tennessee Department of Health is acting upon recent guidance from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding an additional dose of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine for moderately and severely immunocompromised individuals.
Third Vaccine Dose of the Covid-19 Vaccine may be needed – The CDC’s Advisory Committee signed an Immunization Practices’ (ACIP) recommendation that endorsed the use of an additional dose of COVID-19 vaccine for people with moderately to severely compromised immune systems after an initial two-dose vaccine series.
Fully Vaccinated Adults 65 and Older Are 94% Less Likely to Be Hospitalized with COVID-19 – CDC Assessment Finds mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines Reduce COVID-19-Related Hospitalizations Among Older Adults. #FullyVaccinated
How to prepare for your Covid-19 Vaccine – After booking a vaccination appointment, people can take various steps to ensure their vaccinations go as smoothly as possible. #COVID19Vaccine How to prepare for your Covid-19 Vaccine Millions of people are receiving COVID-19 vaccinations every day. Projections from the United States government estimate that much of the… Continue reading How to prepare for your Covid-19 Vaccine
Tennessee National Guard continues COVID-19 testing and vaccinations – Since late December, the Tennessee National Guard has been transitioning from primarily supporting COVID-19 testing to supporting vaccine administration throughout Tennessee.
What is maskne and how do you treat it? Wearing masks that cover the lower portion of the face has led to an uptick in instances of acne. (Mask Acne) #Maskne #Acne #MaskAcne
US Flag ordered at Half-Staff to remember those who died to COVID-19 – President Joe Biden ordered that the United States Flag be at half-staff for those who lost their life from COVID-19 during this pandemic.
Two Ways That the COVID-19 Virus Affects the Heart – According to Hackensack Meridian Health, researchers have determined at least two ways that the COVID-19 virus affects the heart.
The long-term effects of COVID-19 – The CDC notes that the following are some of the most commonly reported long-term symptoms, which have been documented to linger anywhere from several weeks to even months after recovery.
Why seniors are at greater risk for COVID-19 – The chances for severe illness from COVID-19 increases with age, with older adults at the greatest risk, offers the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).