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Getting only one dose of an mRNA #COVID19 vaccine may offer some protection against COVID-19, but two doses are needed to get the most protection. It’s best to get all recommended doses. More: bit.ly/39KCHEh.
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#HCPs: Attend today’s COCA Call: Evaluating and Caring for Patients with Post-COVID Conditions, at 2pm EDT. Learn more: bit.ly/2TAzymf. #COVID19
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Authorized #COVID19 vaccines are effective at preventing COVID-19, but no vaccine prevents illness 100% of the time. A small percentage of fully vaccinated people may get COVID-19, but vaccines can keep you from getting very ill if you're infected. More: bit.ly/2QL0XAC.
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#Summer is here and with it comes #ExtremeHeat. ☀️ Stay cool, stay hydrated, and stay informed to #BeatTheHeat this summer. bit.ly/2glNgC8
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🧪 COVID-19 Science Update: Read the latest#COVID199 research on vaccine effectiveness against variants of concern, post-vaccination myocarditis in adolescents, and more. 👓 Read the full updatebit.ly/3vipZFCNUnX
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#COVID19 cases are continuing to decrease in most parts of the United States. The 7-day average of daily new cases is 12,192, down 15.8% from the previous week. Get vaccinated as soon as you can. More data: bit.ly/36EDJQI.
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Be a helper to family, friends, & neighbors in need. Make sure they have enough #emergency supplies during hurricane season. Offer to run essential errands to the grocery store, etc. for them. Learn more: ow.ly/bgja50EW5sc #PrepYourHealth #HurricanePrep #WeatherReady
When loved ones decide to get a #COVID19 vaccine, help make it happen. Offer to make the appointment, go with them, drive them, or babysit. Everyone who gets vaccinated brings us closer to moving past the COVID-19 pandemic. More: bit.ly/3cE25OH.
Hurricane season has begun! Make a list of items to replenish your emergency supplies and start thinking about how you can prepare your home for any potential storms. If you're pregnant or are a new parent, we have specialized tips for you: bit.ly/3c0Jfza #PrepYourHealth
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#HCPs: Attend the next COCA Call, Thursday, June 17, at 2pm EDT. Topic: Evaluating and Caring for Patients with Post-COVID Conditions. More: bit.ly/2TAzymf. #COVID19
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DYK that every 2 seconds, someone in the U.S. needs a blood transfusion? Donating blood is a simple, safe way to #GetInvolved in your community. Learn more: ow.ly/BH7b50FaOqr #PrepYourHealth
CDC is tracking a new variant of the virus that causes #COVID19 called Delta, or B.1.617.2. There is evidence that this variant spreads easily from person to person. Get vaccinated as soon as you can to stop the spread of COVID-19. Learn more: bit.ly/2SESM9X.
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CDC’s Nowcast is a data projection tool that provides estimates of the continuously changing proportion of different variants of the virus that causes #COVID19 in the United States. Learn more: bit.ly/32Dpji3.
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Almost half a million Americans died from overdose from 1999 to 2019. Over 70% of the 70,630 deaths in 2019 involved an opioid. Learn more about this worsening epidemic & how you can help prevent overdoses: ow.ly/NZoa50F9Iil #PrepYourHealth
You can help protect people who are more likely to get severely ill from #COVID19 by getting vaccinated as soon as you can. We are still learning how well COVID-19 vaccines protect people with weakened immune systems. Learn more: bit.ly/3psVQSR.
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To find a #COVID19 vaccine near you: • Search vaccines.gov • Text your ZIP code to 438829 • Call 1-800-232-0233 Get vaccinated as soon as you can. Visit vaccines.gov for more information.
As of June 14, 2021, more than 174.2 million people had received at least one dose of #COVID19 vaccine. Of those, over 144.9 million are fully vaccinated. If you’re fully vaccinated, you can do things you couldn't do because of the pandemic. More: bit.ly/CDT_vaccine
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DYK @CDCgov plays an important role in monitoring blood safety? CDC is responsible for surveillance, detection, & warning of potential public health risks within the blood supply. Learn more: ow.ly/pUG750F9IP3 #PrepYourHealth #GetInolved #CareForEachOther
Preparing for #hurricane season? Give yourself more time than usual to gather emergency food, water, and medical supplies. Know a safe place to shelter and have several ways to receive weather alerts. More tips: bit.ly/3d7ukDr #PrepYourHealth #HurricanePrep
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Leaving pets out of evacuation plans can put pets, owners, & first responders in danger. Be prepared: ✅ Microchip & keep pet tags up to date ✅ Prep a pet disaster kit ✅ Find boarding facilities ahead of time Learn more: bit.ly/petplans #PetPreparednessMonth
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People who are fully vaccinated against #COVID19 can resume activities without wearing a mask or staying 6 feet apart. Get a COVID-19 vaccine so you can get back to doing the things you love. More: bit.ly/3btJaFU.
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#PrepYourHealth for hurricane season. • Make an #emergency plan • Collect supplies & create “go kits” for your family • Know a safe place to shelter • Have several ways to receive weather alerts • Get a #COVID19 vaccine as soon as you can Learn more: bit.ly/3d7ukDr.
If you are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19, continue to wear a mask over your nose & mouth to prevent your germs from reaching others & to keep theirs from reaching you. #COVID19 spreads from person to person through respiratory droplets. Learn more: bit.ly/30QOzQF
It can be difficult to tell if a person has overdosed on opioids. When in doubt, treat the situation like an overdose. Act fast & you could save the person’s life. Learn the signs of an opioid overdose & how to respond: ow.ly/5ufT50F7p9u #PrepYourHealth
Almost everyone in the U.S. lives within 5 miles of a #COVID19 vaccination site. Ways to find a COVID-19 vaccine near you: 🔍 Searchvaccines.govL 📱 Text your ZIP code to 438829 📞 Call 1-800-232-0233 Visvaccines.govFIL for more informatiorE6
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Protect yourself & others from #COVID19 in shared housing: Get vaccinated. If you’re not fully vaccinated, wear a mask, stay at least 6 ft from people who don’t share a room with you, & avoid crowds & poorly ventilated spaces. More: bit.ly/3iz0H0d.
TODAY: @CDCDirector answers your questions about #COVID19 on Mrs. Michelle Obama’s Instagram. Hear the latest on COVID-19 vaccines. Check Mrs. Obama’s Instagram stories to see if your question is answered! instagram.com/michelleobama
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#DYK that almost 2 million U.S. households report owning a horse? If you own a horse, #TakeAction now to #prepare your pets & other animals for an #emergency or disaster. Learn more: ow.ly/H2sV50F28Vp #PrepYourHealth #OneHealth #PetPrep
As of June 7, national forecasts predict 18,000–131,000 new #COVID19 cases will likely be reported during the week ending July 3. More: bit.ly/CDC_CForecast
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When talking with friends and family about #COVID19 vaccines, it can be helpful to ask open-ended questions to explore concerns. For example, ask, “What are your thoughts about the vaccine?” More conversation tips: bit.ly/3cE25OH.
Anyone age 12 & up can get a #COVID19 vaccine, regardless of insurance or immigration status. The federal government provides vaccinations at no cost. Proof of citizenship is not required for vaccination. More: bit.ly/35easvH.
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Keeping backyard poultry, like chickens & ducks, is becoming more popular. Caring for backyard poultry includes taking steps to keep them healthy & safe during an #emergency. Learn how: ow.ly/mqqd50F3aOk #PrepYourHealth #OneHealth #PetPrep
Almost everyone in the U.S. now lives within 5 miles of a #COVID19 vaccination site. Now that it's easier than ever to get a COVID-19 vaccine, #SleeveUp so we can start to do some things that we stopped doing because of the pandemic. Find a provider: bit.ly/3gqwYIO.
Pets are family. Here are 3 ways to #PetPrep for an #emergency: 🤳 Take a selfie with your pet to help with reunification. 👩‍💻 Update your pet's microchip info. 🏨 Find a pet-friendly place to take your pet in an evacuation. More inow.ly/4AGh30p77fLI#PrepYourHealthais1P
About 70% of U.S. states & territories are seeing falling rates of #COVID19 cases. The 7-day average of daily new cases is 14,143, down 10.3% from the previous week. Get vaccinated as soon as you can. More data: bit.ly/36EDJQI.
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More than 100 million adults in the United States have been fully vaccinated against #COVID19 and are resuming activities they did before the pandemic. COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. Get vaccinated as soon as you can. More: bit.ly/2RZT4HL.
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Make a plan to get a #COVID19 vaccine as soon as you can: ✔ Visit your health department’s website for information on COVID-19 vaccination. ✔ Learn what to expect at your vaccination appointment. ✔ Know what to expect after vaccination. More: bit.ly/2IWccCd #SleeveUp
If you live in an area affected by hurricanes, give yourself more time than usual to prepare your emergency food, water, and medical supplies. Learn more about ways to #PrepYourHealth here: bit.ly/33ALiXs #HurricanePrep
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Be ready for #HurricaneSeason, which begins every June. We have tips to help you #PrepYourHealth and put a plan in place in the event of a #Hurricane or any natural disaster: bit.ly/2RTKcEb #WednesdayWisdom
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Friends, family, neighbors, etc. are often first on the scene in an #emergency. You are the help until professional help arrives. Having a well-stocked first-aid kit & the practical skills to use it can help you save a life. Learn more: ow.ly/Tb9Q50EOkqW #PrepYourHealth
Be prepared for #HurricaneSeason2021. Learn the warning signs of disaster-related distress & find resources to help you & loved ones cope before, during and after severe weather. fal.cn/3fW2p #HurricanePrep #HurricanSeason #PrepYourHealth
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Have several ways to #StayInformed during hurricane season: • Monitor local TV & radio. • Turn on Wireless Emergency Alerts. • Follow trusted sources of information on social media like your local @NWS Forecast Office: ow.ly/GbEQ50BryTo. #PrepYourHealth #WeatherReady
Protect yourself & others from #COVID19 in shared housing: Get vaccinated. If you’re not fully vaccinated, wear a mask, stay at least 6 ft from people who don’t share a room with you, & avoid crowds & poorly ventilated spaces. More: bit.ly/3iz0H0d.
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To find a COVID-19 vaccine near you: • Search vaccines.gov • Text your ZIP code to 438829 • Call 1-800-232-0233 Get vaccinated as soon as you can. Visit vaccines.gov for more information.
Do you have #emergency supplies & an action plan for your livestock? #TakeAction now to prepare & protect their health & safety during an emergency. Learn how: ow.ly/NEF950F26VW #PrepYourHealth #PetPrep
Almost everyone in the United States lives within 5 miles of a #COVID19 vaccination site. As of June 7, 2021, more than 171 million people had received at least one dose of vaccine. Of those, over 139 million are fully vaccinated. More: bit.ly/CDT_vaccine.
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#DYK Red Flag Warnings notify the public and fire agencies in advance of dry, hot weather that may cause extreme fire danger? 🔥 If you're under a warning, follow instructions from local fire departments & prepare to act if a wildfire starts. More:ready.gov/wildfiresT9
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Physical activity is important for physical and mental health. Protect yourself and others from #COVID19: Get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you can. If you have been fully vaccinated, you can exercise indoors or outdoors without a mask. More: bit.ly/3mKHutV.
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#DYK that almost 2 million U.S. households report owning a horse? If you own a horse, #TakeAction now to #prepare your animals for an #emergency or disaster. Learn more: ow.ly/H2sV50F28Vp #PrepYourHealth #OneHealth #PetPrep
Keeping backyard poultry, like chickens & ducks, is becoming more popular. Caring for backyard poultry includes taking steps to keep them healthy & safe during an #emergency. Learn how: ow.ly/mqqd50F3aOk #PrepYourHealth #OneHealth #PetPrep
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