Have the reports of people experiencing allergic reactions to the COVID-19 vaccine made you feel a little uneasy? Learn why having allergies doesn’t necessarily mean that you can’t get vaccinated.
Here’s how vaccine priority was determined and why it correlates with keeping others safe.
Our expert details what side effects to expect from the COVID-19 vaccines and why they happen.
With the first COVID-19 vaccines set to be released in a matter of days, here’s a timeline of how they’ll rollout.
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One particular coronavirus vaccine trial showed promise as it moves from the first phase to the next.
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Cleveland Clinic completely supports vaccination. Harmful myths about vaccines have been scientifically debunked in rigorous ways. Yet approximately 42,000 adults and 300 children in the United States die each year from vaccine-preventable diseases. Vaccines are one of this era’s greatest healthcare achievements.