If you’re pregnant, get your COVID-19 vaccine
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If you’re pregnant, get your COVID-19 vaccine

COVID-19 vaccines are rolling out in limited supply. In Texas, if you’re pregnant, you are eligible to get your COVID-19 vaccination. According to the Texas Department of State Health Services,…

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You got the COVID-19 vaccine. Now what?
1/4/21 114702 -- San Antonio, TX --- © Copyright 2021 Mark C. Greenberg for University Health A member of the University Health pharmacy team prepares doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine during the first day of vaccinations provided by University Health for community members 65 or older and those with certain underlying health conditions at Wonderland Mall of the Americas on January 4, 2021 as part of the states phase 1b vaccination distribution plan.

You got the COVID-19 vaccine. Now what?

You rolled up your sleeve for the COVID-19 vaccine. You were hit with a wave of joy and relief knowing that the end of the pandemic is in sight. But…

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COVID-19 vaccines have arrived
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COVID-19 vaccines have arrived

Last updated January 7, 2021 Doses of the COVID-19 vaccines developed by Pfizer and Moderna are being administered around the world. Both have been authorized for emergency use by the…

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Safely celebrating the holidays
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Safely celebrating the holidays

For many people, the winter holidays are a time of joy, celebration and connection with loved ones. However, this holiday season is going to look different due to the COVID-19…

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A pandemic Halloween is different, but it can still be fun
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A pandemic Halloween is different, but it can still be fun

Kids and many adults look forward to Halloween all year. Spooky decorations, mounds of free treats, dance parties and dressing up in a terrifying or hilarious costume—what’s not to love?…

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