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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:
🧪 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
Real-world data on mRNA #COVID19 vaccines show two doses offer better protection than one. Follow up for your second dose to get the most benefit. Learn more:
#COVID19 may be new, but the COVID-19 vaccines are built on trusted work that goes back decades. COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. Get vaccinated as soon as you can. Learn more:
Boiling water for at least 1 minute is the best way to kill germs. If you don’t know if water is safe—such as while #camping or #hiking—make sure to boil it or use another treatment method before drinking it.
Employers: Men’s Health Week is June 14-20. Help men prevent health problems and detect and treat disease EARLY by encouraging annual checkups. Learn more about #WorkplaceHealthPromotion:
Join CDC’s #COVID19 Partner Update Call, A Call to Action: Mobilizing America to Vaccinate Against COVID-19, Monday, June 21, at 3:00 pm EDT, for info on the latest vaccination efforts, and updates on travel guidance and post-COVID conditions. Register:
When you receive a #COVID19 vaccine, it’s important to know when you are fully vaccinated. It’s not instant. COVID-19 vaccines teach our immune systems how to recognize and fight the virus that causes COVID-19. Learn more:
#HCPs: Attend the next COCA Call, Thursday, June 17, at 2pm EDT. Topic: Evaluating and Caring for Patients with Post-COVID Conditions. More: #COVID19
This is no time to mess around. Just ask Olympic gold medalist @RowdyGaines (as heard in this PSA from the Ad Council, @CDCgov, and @SKDK). Until you’re vaccinated, keep wearing a mask. Let’s finish strong. #MaskUpAmerica…
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In 1986, U.S. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop issued the Surgeon General’s Report on AIDS, which called for comprehensive sex and AIDS education, urged the widespread use of condoms, and dispelled myths that HIV could be spread by mosquitoes. #40YearsofHIV
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:
#DYK? CDC’s COVID Data Tracker allows you to view trends in hospitalizations and disease severity among patients hospitalized with #COVID19. Explore trends broken down by age group, sex, ICU admissions, and more. Learn more:
Have a bird feeder or bird bath? Clean them monthly or more often as bird poop and other dirt builds up. This helps keep birds and people healthy. Read about a recent Salmonella outbreak affecting both humans and birds:…
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Today begins our week-long celebration of the 10 years CDC has invested in our National Public Health Institutes (NPHI) Program & the global impact NPHIs have had on global public health systems. Learn how #NPHI began: #NPHI10th
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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:
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:
#HCPs: Listen to & support your patient’s experience with post-COVID conditions, a wide range of physical & mental health problems occurring after a #COVID19 infection. CDC has released new guidance on caring & managing post-COVID conditions. Learn more:
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:
Dr. Jada Bussey-Jones is passionate about educating all groups — especially people of color disproportionately affected by #COVID19 — to get vaccinated, while acknowledging historical inequities that may contribute to hesitancy. Get the facts at
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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:
Pregnant people are at higher risk of severe illness and death from #COVID19 compared to nonpregnant people of reproductive age. Health care providers can offer accurate vaccine information to increase COVID-19 vaccination among pregnant people. More:
A new @CDCMMWR shows the need to increase #COVID19 vaccination among pregnant people, particularly those who are younger and from some racial and ethnic minority groups. Learn more:
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:
Sometimes tiny ticks are hard to spot - taking a shower soon after coming indoors can help wash away the ones you might not have caught!… #GetTipsStopTicks
CDC has added a new chart to its COVID Data Tracker page on #COVID19 during pregnancy: Cases of COVID-19 among Pregnant Women by Week of Diagnosis. Explore this and other data:
#DYK you should wash your hands before and after handling raw meat or chicken? Handwashing after handling raw meat will remove harmful germs that can make you and your family sick:
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Even if you’re fully vaccinated against #COVID19, follow federal, state, local, tribal or territorial laws, and local business and workplace guidance. More:…
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:
Adults age 65+ have a higher risk of injury due to a fall or car crash. @CDCInjury’s #StillGoingStrong offers simple steps you and your loved ones can take to age without injury. Learn more:
CDC health scientist Ada Dieke worked with the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes in Idaho to keep their communities safe from #COVID19. She helped craft messages from community members posted on the tribe’s website, including videos featuring tribal elders. More:
If you are fully vaccinated against #COVID19, you can resume activities that you did before the pandemic without wearing a mask or staying 6 ft apart. Follow federal, state, local, tribal & territorial laws, and business & workplace guidance. Learn more:
Children with #TouretteSyndrome are usually managing other disorders that can make school and play difficult. This #TouretteAwareness month, learn about these challenges and how to be more supportive and inclusive:
Sweat and dirt on your body can use up chlorine needed to kill germs in the pool. Showering before you get in the pool keeps chlorine levels up to keep you and those you care about healthy! #HealthySwimming
When CDC responders arrived in Richmond, Virginia, to investigate a #COVID19 outbreak among Latino residents, they discovered a need for accessible information. They translated materials into Spanish, expanded testing in the area, and more:
Recent COVID-NET data show that the #COVID19 hospitalization rates for non-Hispanic American Indian/Alaska Native people have increased & are currently the highest of any race/ethnicity group. Vaccinations are critical to preventing serious illness. More:
Subscribe to get CDC’s COVID Data Tracker Weekly Review sent to your inbox every Friday:
Since the beginning of the pandemic, some racial and ethnic minority groups have had higher rates of #COVID19 infection, hospitalization, and death. We all have a part in ensuring everyone has the opportunity to be as healthy as possible. More:
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
Packing for your next #camping trip? Don’t forget supplies to treat your water to kill germs. See what you need to make water safe to drink and cook with:…
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New @CDCMMWR study highlights that adolescents & young adults have struggled more than previously understood during the #COVID19 pandemic, which may be increasing anxiety & stress due to disruptions in daily life & concerns about social isolation & changes in peer interactions.
If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of self-harm or #suicide, help is available. Contact the Lifeline @800273TALK where help is free, confidential, & available 24/7, or use their online Lifeline Crisis Chat:
New @CDCMMWR: Emergency department visits for suspected #suicide attempts among US adolescent girls ages 12-17 rose 51% b/t Feb 21–Mar 20, 2021 during the #COVID19 pandemic, compared w/ the same time in 2019. More:
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!
Tune in for a @WhiteHouse town hall about primary care providers’ role in the #COVID19 vaccinations program. Join me, Dr. Fauci, @Surgeon_General, @DrNunezSmith46 & @bchoucair46 live on Friday, 6/11 at 3PM ET:
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“Public service can be difficult but is deeply meaningful and joyful” says Dr. Anne Schuchat as she reflects on her 33 years at CDC and is optimistic about a new generation being called to public health service. Read her op-ed @nytimes:
As of June 7, national forecasts predict 400–2,800 new #COVID19 hospitalizations will likely be reported on July 5. More:
As of June 7, national forecasts predict 700–4,000 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending July 3. That would bring the projected total number of U.S. deaths to 603,000–612,000. More:
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:
#COVID19 vaccines are recommended for most people with underlying health conditions. Data are limited on how well vaccines protect people with weakened immune systems. Ask your doctor whether you should keep taking precautions after vaccination. More:
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