It is possible only with accelerated COVID-19 vaccination rates, but the variants could be an obstacle.
Hope is on the horizon, but you still need to wear a mask.
Everyone who wants a vaccine will eventually get one. However, supplies will be limited for several months.
Vaccines are one important tool in our toolkit to fight COVID-19, but we still need to use all of our tools if we hope to end this pandemic. This means it’s still important to adhere to the following safety measures:
- Wear a mask.
- Stay 6 feet apart from others whenever possible.
- Wash your hands.
- Stay home if you’re sick.
Below is additional information on protecting yourself from COVID-19.
What you should (and should not) do if you’ve been fully vaccinated.
The vaccines may not prevent the virus but will protect against serious illness.
An expert shares four things to know about layering masks.
Viruses change all the time—here’s what we know about the COVID-19 variants and how to protect yourself.
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