Get ready for my favorite season – fall! Pumpkin patches, spooky vibes, and family fun! But it’s also time to stay safe too.
As we enjoy the holidays, cold weather, and travel, remember to GET VACCINATED! Unsure if you need to get vaccinated? Check with your doctor, stay informed, and stay protected!
Vaccines, treatments, and testing for COVID-19 are also still available:
1. Get Your Free COVID-19 Vaccine: Protect yourself and others by getting vaccinated. Visit https://www.vaccines.gov/ for more information.
2. Find a Testing Location Near You: Stay vigilant by finding free COVID-19 tests at a place close to you. Check out https://testinglocator.cdc.gov/.
3. Medication for Prevention: Limited supplies are available for medications that can prevent severe COVID-19.
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Fall is my favorite time of the year! Because of pumpkin picking, the leaves changing, Halloween, and family gatherings for the holidays! But you know what else? It’s also time to get vaccinated! Going back to school, the cold weather, and traveling for the holidays can increase risks of catching a virus. What do vaccines do for you? Vaccines will help you shield your body and train your body to fight germs. Do you only get vaccinated once? No, because viruses can change and evolve over time. Getting annual vaccinations will “update” your body to be prepared to fight annual viruses and infections. If you aren’t sure if you need to get vaccinated, make sure to check in and clarify with your doctor. [The screen fades to show a thumbnail of a faded white background of a doctor holding hands with another individual] Deaf. Healthy. DeafHealth. Learn more at www.deafhealthaccess.org.]