On May 10, 2024, the U.S. federal government announced significant changes in managing the COVID-19 situation, but that doesn’t mean COVID-19 is over! We’re here to provide you with the essential details.
The government will change the type and frequency of data reporting. Stay informed through reliable sources, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Vaccines, treatments, and testing are still available:
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On May 10, 2023, the federal government announced the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency. That means COVID-19 is over, right? No! This just means that COVID-19 reporting such as how often and what kind of reporting will be changing. However, that means vaccines, treatments, and testing is still available. What does that mean? This means that you can still get free COVID-19 vaccines. You also still can get access to free COVID-19 tests. Additionally, you can get medication to prevent severe COVID-19, such as Paxlovid. This only applies while supplies last. Do you want to get more new, current health updates in ASL? Sign up with your e-mail at deafhealthaccess.org and follow us on social media @deafhealthaccess