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VacciNATION

Getting vaccinated is one of many important steps we can take to protect ourselves and others from COVID-19, as well as to help end the pandemic as a country. It’s important because this virus can cause severe illness or death for many, including people who may not be able to be vaccinated.

Vaccines work with our immune systems to train our bodies to fight the virus in the event of exposure. Regardless, taking steps like wearing a mask, social distancing, and frequently washing hands, helps to reduce our chances of being exposed to COVID-19 and spreading it to others. We must continue to practice them.

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WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU ON THE VACCINE ROLLOUT

COMMON QUESTIONS

When will it be my turn to get vaccinated?

—John S.

why do i need to get the vaccine twice, and what happens if i miss the second dose?

—Angie M.

When can i expect to be vaccinated?

—Andy K.

what are some of the side effects of the vaccine, and does everyone have the exact same side effects?

—Sandra J.

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Partnership to Fight Infectious Disease is a group of patients, providers, community organizations, academic researchers, business and labor groups, and infectious disease experts working to raise awareness of threats posed by infectious disease, as well as advance solutions to ensure future pandemic preparedness.

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