Does being vaccinated for COVID-19 automatically mean that your life can back to normal? Get the answer from an infectious disease specialist.
Wondering if it’s safe to gather in small groups if you’re fully vaccinated against COVID-19? An expert discusses what you need to know.
If you’ve already been vaccinated, it might be tempting to ditch your face mask and return to normal life. But infectious disease experts say the vaccine isn’t an automatic off switch to the pandemic. Here’s why we still need to stay vigilant about safety precautions, including wearing a face mask.
Wondering how the COVID-19 vaccination process works? Get the inside scoop from a pulmonary medicine specialist.
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Many people with cancer may wonder if it’s safe to get one of the approved COVID-19 vaccines. An oncologist discusses vaccine safety and what cancer patients should know.
Our expert details what side effects to expect from the COVID-19 vaccines and why they happen.
Ready to get out of town? Learn how to protect yourself from COVID-19 while you’re on the road with some helpful tips from a pulmonary and critical care physician.
So do you have to quarantine once you get vaccinated for COVID-19? Get the answer from and infectious disease specialist.
When you’re deciding whether it’s safe to visit with elderly relatives who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, experts recommend considering your family’s unique circumstances and taking precautions to keep everyone safe.