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Q: Should I be worried about COVID variants if I’ve been vaccinated?

Q: How long does immunity to COVID-19 last?

Q: Is it safe to get the Johnson & Johnson vaccine?

Q: How long are you protected after receiving the mRNA COVID vaccine?

Q: How can I get help for depression during the pandemic?

Q: When will children and teenagers be able to get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Q: I keep reading about new variants or mutations of the COVID-19 virus. What does this mean?

Q: Can I visit my grandchildren after I get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Q: Is it safe for pregnant women to get vaccinated for COVID-19? What if you’re breastfeeding?

Q: Should I still get tested for COVID after I get the vaccine?

Q: I've read that there can be side effects to the COVID-19 vaccine. What are they?

Q: I've read that the COVID-19 vaccine is a new kind of vaccine called mRNA. What does that mean?

Q: What is "long-haul COVID"?

Q: How do we know that the new Pfizer vaccine is safe?

Q: What is “pandemic fatigue”?

Q: I have heart disease. What do I need to know about COVID-19?

Q: Is COVID-19 more dangerous than the flu?

Q: Is the ICU at full capacity? Does the hospital have enough ventilators?

Q: I heard the flu shot makes you more susceptible to getting COVID. Is that true?

Q: How do I know if I have the flu or COVID?

Q: I have diabetes. What do I need to know about COVID-19?

Q: How can you assure the community that our hospital is prepared for another surge in COVID-19 cases?

Q: I’m pregnant. Am I at greater risk of coronavirus?

Q: Is it safe to reschedule my colonoscopy?

Q: Since the coronavirus pandemic started, I’m having trouble sleeping. What can I do?

Q: What should I do to protect myself and my baby from coronavirus if I’m pregnant?