• Five ways to access VA care virtually during and after COVID-19 pandemic

    Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, VA has helped Veterans get care virtually. Here are five ways to access VA virtual care.

  • Why is the booster crucial right now?

    As COVID-19 cases rise again, it's more important than ever to make sure you're vaccinated and boosted. Hear Dr. Vivian Vega, Tampa VA Attending Physician, Infectious Disease answer the most asked questions about the vaccine and booster.

  • Community providers: Please tell Veterans about easy, no-cost flu shot options through VA

    Important information for providers to share with Veterans about no-cost flu shots available to eligible Veterans this 2021-2022 flu season.

  • Retail pharmacies, urgent care providers: How to provide flu shots to eligible Veterans this flu season

    Help keep Veterans healthy and well during flu season. Steps for community providers to provide a flu shot to eligible Veterans this season.

  • Filtering out COVID-19: New technology being tested by DoD, with VA help, to battle the virus

    Now, scientists at the Department of Defense, VA, and partner institutions are testing a new technology to treat COVID-19. It’s called the Seraph 100 blood filter. The treatment uses a novel approach to filter out viral particles and harmful molecules from the bloodstream of COVID-19 patients.

  • Veterans: Four steps to get your community flu shot

    Veterans enrolled in VA health care are eligible to receive a no-cost flu vaccine from over 70,000 in-network community providers.

  • Questions about COVID-19 vaccine, “You Asked, We Answered”

    We’ve received questions from Veterans, family members and caregivers about COVID-19 vaccines. Here's a compilation of our answers.

  • Veterans: Share what you can do now that you’re vaccinated!

    Veterans, families and caregivers – now that you’re fully vaccinated, what can you safely do that you couldn’t before? Post your #NowICanSafely activity on social media and tag @VeteransHealth.

  • VA partner Salesforce helps Air Force Veteran

    VA and Salesforce have a partnership aimed at helping Veterans like Stephanie Brown access free training, education and job opportunities through Salesforce Military.

  • Masking guidance for employees, contractors and visitors in non-health care settings

    Masking requirements remain in place for both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated employees and visitors to VHA buildings providing health care.

  • VA minority health care professionals talk COVID-19 vaccine

    VA minority health care professionals explain their personal and professional views of the COVID-19 vaccine to minority communities hit hardest by the pandemic. The video is hosted by Emmy award winner, James Reynolds.

  • VA priority: Vaccinating Veterans in CLCs

    Residents of VA’s 134 nursing homes who are older and may have complex health conditions remain a priority for COVID-19 vaccination. VA’s goal is to vaccinate every Veteran who wants one.

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