• Veterans can receive Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 booster

    VA is offering the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine booster to Veterans. Only people who received the Pfizer vaccine can receive a Pfizer booster.

  • Rocky Mountain Network leaders describe a year of COVID-19 decisions

    VA’s Rocky Mountain Network leaders share what they learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and describe the way forward.

  • 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.

  • Veteran, 74, has message for people reluctant to get vaccine

    Vietnam Veteran and hospital volunteer John Ziegler, 74, is one of a handful of Milwaukee residents featured in a multimedia outreach campaign designed to reach people reluctant to get the vaccine.

  • Rural Alaska Veterans get COVID vaccine

    Almost 400 miles from Anchorage, Alaska, Veterans on Kodiak Island lined up to get their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine at the Kodiak Area Native Association clinic. Kodiak is reachable only by air.

  • VA receives Janssen COVID-19 vaccine

    VA received 71,400 doses of the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine, March 3, authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration under an Emergency Use Authorization.

  • Getting Veterans COVID-19 vaccinations high priority, says SecVA

    Continuing to get Veterans—especially those in rural and highly rural areas—COVID-19 vaccinations is a high priority, VA Secretary Denis McDonough told reporters Feb. 23.

  • Veterans in rural Montana receive COVID-19 vaccine via airplane delivery

    Veterans in rural Kalispell, Montana, received COVID-19 vaccines following an airplane delivery from Fort Harrison near Helena into Glacier Park International Airport Feb. 3.

  • VA nurse, “Tuskegee daughter,” urges Veterans to learn about vaccines

    VA nurse Cheryl Owens, daughter of Tuskegee, has thought a lot about the weight of history and the skepticism and distrust for the health care industry that lingers in the African American community.

  • Veteran caregivers can receive COVID-19 testing, vaccinations

    Designated family caregivers of Veterans in the Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers can receive COVID-19 testing and vaccinations.

  • Initial limited supply of COVID-19 vaccine available for health care personnel

    Initial COVID-19 vaccine supplies are limited and first being offered to health care personnel. As the supply increases, care teams will contact Veterans receiving care at VA about their options.

  • When COVID-19 vaccine comes, VA will be ready

    VA, along with other federal agencies, submitted a COVID-19 vaccine plan to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to prepare for distribution of one or more COVID-19 vaccine(s).

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