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Visiting older family members during the pandemic is possible with thought, planning and preparation.
Another new round of at-home tests can make testing for COVID-19 even easier as long as you keep a few things in mind.
Not sure if you should stop taking your medicines or treatments before getting vaccinated for COVID-19? Find out what you should do from a family medicine doctor.
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