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Fifty-three percent of Veterans receiving health care at Hines have received at least one dose either through Hines, its six outpatient clinics, or its homeless and homebound care outreach programs.
Veterans are wondering when they can receive the COVID-19 vaccine. VA facilities will notify Veterans in high-risk groups about their eligibility and when they can expect to get their vaccine.
VA social workers offer tips for Veterans and their caregivers to stay well. Many people are struggling with guilt about missing family gatherings. Allow yourself to realize this is a challenging time.
As a leader in health research, VA is working to find ways to prevent and treat the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Read how you can be part of these efforts and what to expect if you volunteer.
There are several million reasons we remind Veterans to get their flu shot every year. Make that appointment today!
There are two main vaccines recommended for all adults. Getting these vaccines can prevent illness, missed work, increased medical bills and not being able to take care of family.
If you are a Veteran in crisis
or concerned about one, connect with our caring, qualified responders for confidential help. Many of
them are Veterans themselves.
Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated September 30, 2022
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