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Your COVID-19 questions answered. VA is listening to your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and booster, and is hosting a blog series on questions from Veterans.
You Asked, We Answered: What type of face mask should I wear for the best protection against omicron? Construction and fit are important.
You Asked, We Answered: Learn about the Omicron variant and how it differs from other strains, and the benefit of COVID-19 booster shots.
What should I know about additional COVID-19 vaccine doses? You asked, we answered this and other COVID-related questions.
There are so many different sources of information about COVID-19 and vaccination online and some say different things. How do I know what I can rely on?
We’ve received questions from Veterans, family members and caregivers about COVID-19 vaccines. Here's a compilation of our answers.
What do I need to know about the Delta variant of COVID-19? You asked, we're answering.
I’ve heard that COVID-19 vaccines have been authorized under EUA. What is an EUA, exactly? Learn answers to this and other questions in the latest You Asked, We Answered blog.
You Asked, We Answered: What can I do once I’m fully vaccinated? Find answers to this and other COVID-19-related questions.
Your COVID-19 questions answered. VA is listening to your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and hosting a blog series providing answers.
Can I get COVID-19 from the vaccination? Does the COVID-19 vaccine affect my DNA? Find the answer to these and other questions in the latest edition of You Asked, We Answered.
Is it safe to stand in line to get my COVID-19 vaccination? Could I be allergic to the vaccine? Find the answers to these questions and others.
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Last updated November 27, 2022
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