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CDC releases guidance for those who have received the COVID-19 vaccine
Long term care facilities
Assisted living facilities
Health care personnel
Anyone over the age of 70
K-12 school personnel
Anyone older than 60
Anyone older than 16 with the highest risk of having health problems from the virus
All essential workers
Anyone 40 and older
Anyone 16 or older
Kids 16 and younger
A: In accordance with the CDC, we’re taking health and safety measures including physical distancing and personal protective equipment in our stores including mask wearing.
A: According to the CDC and FDA, adverse reactions are usually mild to moderate in intensity and resolve within a few days. The most common adverse reactions reported after vaccination in clinical studies included:
Pain at injection site (84.1%)
Injection site swelling (10.5%)
Injection site redness (9.5%)
Muscle pain (38.3%)
Joint pain (23.6%)
A: According to the CDC, the majority of COVID-19 vaccines will require two doses. The first shot will start building protection, and the second shot will help provide the most protection the vaccine offers. The waiting period between each dose will vary based on the manufacturer.
A: The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services states that people without health insurance or whose insurance does not provide coverage of COVID-19 vaccines can also get a COVID-19 vaccine at no cost.