Vaccine Q&A

  COVID Arm vs. severe allergic reaction to vaccine

Have you heard of COVID Arm?The condition doesn’t have anything to do with contacting the COVID virus; it refers to a red, itchy, swollen and sometimes painful rash that can develop on your arm where you get a COVID 19 vaccine.

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VACCINE Q&A: Do COVID survivors still need the vaccine?

VACCINE Q&A: Should I expect a bad reaction to the vaccine?

VACCINE Q&A: What about homebound people who want the vaccine?

VACCINE Q&A: At first-come, first-served sites, how will the second vaccination be handled?

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VACCINE Q&A: Who is eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine right now?

VACCINE Q&A: Which vaccine phase will I be in?

VACCINE Q&A: How can I sign up to receive the COVID-19 vaccine?

VACCINE Q&A: If I am participating in a clinical trial, should I sign up to get the vaccine?

VACCINE Q&A: Should I still sign up to get the vaccine, if I have a serious allergy?

VACCINE Q&A: Can a vaccine made so quickly be safe?

VACCINE Q&A: What are the side effects from the vaccine?

Concern about side effects has prompted many questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.

VACCINE Q&A: Can you get COVID-19 from the vaccine?

Health experts insist you cannot contract COVID-19 from the COVID-19 vaccine.