Vaccines will be important tools in preventing the spread of COVID-19.
The vaccine will work for most people, but it will not work for everyone. We do not know yet how long protection will last. We also do not know whether or how often you may need to get revaccinated.
Even after you are vaccinated, you will still need to practice these important COVID-19 prevention steps (PDF): stay home if sick, wash your hands, wear a face covering and keep physical distance from others.
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Rút tiền thẻ gameCOVID-19 vaccines may not be widely available to the general public until mid-2021.
The vaccine will be available in stages. It will be offered first to people who work in health care and are at increased risk of getting COVID-19. This includes people who take care of COVID-19 patients or work in areas of a facility where COVID-19 patients are seen. The vaccine will also be made available to first responders and nursing home residents and staff.
The vaccine will likely be available to the following groups next:
Rút tiền thẻ gameWhen there are enough vaccine doses available, it will be made available to all New Yorkers.
You will likely be able to get the vaccine at the same places you usually get vaccines, such as:
Some COVID-19 testing sitesRút tiền thẻ game and community pop-up locations may also provide vaccinations.
The vaccines currently in trials have not yet been studied in children younger than 16. They will not be available to that age group until more information is available.
The Health Department will ensure there is fair and equitable access to a vaccine. Our plans account for health inequities and disparities faced by underserved communities (PDF). We will make sure the communities hit hardest by the pandemic have access to the vaccine.
Rút tiền thẻ gameThe FDA is overseeing the approval process for vaccines. It has released . As these guidelines make clear, the COVID-19 vaccines under development and in trials must follow the same rigorous safety rules as any other new vaccine.
Rút tiền thẻ gameThe FDA will only grant Emergency Use Authorization if it decides the benefits of a vaccine outweigh its potential risks.
Officials will continue monitoring the safety of vaccines after they are made available.
Rút tiền thẻ gameOngoing trials of COVID-19 vaccines have reported mostly mild or moderate symptoms after vaccination, including fever, body aches and soreness at the injection site. The vaccine cannot give you COVID-19.
Rút tiền thẻ gameIn rare cases, people have had a severe allergic reaction to the vaccine. If you have had an allergic reaction to other vaccines in the past, or if you think you may be allergic to ingredients in the COVID-19 vaccine, talk to your health care provider before getting vaccinated.
The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are both messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines. mRNA are molecules that provide instructions. They do not contain the virus.
mRNA vaccines teach our cells how to create an immune response so that the body knows how to fight the virus if it is later exposed to the virus. Once your body learns how to create the immune response, it breaks down and gets rid of the mRNA.