How do vaccines keep us safe?
Vaccines are the best protection we have against many serious illnesses, including COVID-19.
It’s important for everyone who’s eligible to get vaccinated. If you’re not sure, ask your healthcare provider if you should be immunized against COVID-19.
You probably have a lot of questions. That's normal. We have answers.
State vaccine information
For more information about your state's vaccine rollout plan, click your state below.
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The information on this site came from the following sources:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
John Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center
Emergency Use Authorization for Vaccines Explained (FDA)
COVID Vaccine Studies Duke Health
How vaccines work (CDC)
More things to know about vaccines (Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia)