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COVID-19 | Coronavirus


COVID-19 Testing, Vaccine and Booster Information

If you are having trouble breathing, experience pain in your chest, are confused, or have bluish lips or face, get medical attention immediately.

COVID-19 Testing
Testing is available for patients who are ill, as well as for those who need a test for travel, return-to-work or other reasons. A physician's order is required.
Outpatient COVID Treatments 

Information on outpatient COVID treatments for the treatment of mild-to-moderate COVID-19 in adult and pediatric patients.

What is an mRNA vaccine?
Can the vaccine alter your DNA?
How long does the mRNA stick around in the cell?
Can the vaccine cause women to become sterile?
Can people with an egg allergy take the vaccine?
Were fetal cells used during any part of the vaccine manufacturing process?
New vaccines usually take >5 years to get to market. How did a vaccine using a new technology get brought to market in under 1 year?
How many people received the vaccine in clinical trials?
How well do the vaccines work?
If the vaccine works fairly well after the first dose, why do we need to get a second dose?
What side effects should we expect from the vaccine?
Are there any severe or long-term side effects that may occur as a result of the vaccine?
Which patient populations have not been studied?
When will I be able to get the vaccine?
Do I need to get the vaccine if I already had COVID?
Will this be a one-time vaccination, or an annual vaccine?
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