Free At-Home COVID-19 Tests Available Through USPS Again

COVID Tests Available Through USPS

Residential households in the U.S. can now order one set of 4 free at-home tests from USPS.com now.

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Have a COVID-19 Plan In Case You Get Sick

Have a COVID-19 Plan

Make a COVID-19 plan now so you’re prepared. Consider the ways you will protect yourself and how to be prepared if you get sick with COVID-19. Include how you will adjust your plan if the COVID-19 situation changes in your community.

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Updated FDA Approved COVID-19 Treatments

FDA Approved COVID-19 Treatments

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced November 30, 2022 that it is pulling emergency use authorization for the monoclonal antibody treatment bebtelovimab.

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Protect Yourself this Season – Add a COVID vaccine to your holiday prep

Vaccinate Before the Holidays

Thanksgiving is just a few days away. Make sure you are protected before you gather for the holidays and get your updated Omicron booster today. If it’s been more than two months since your primary vaccine series or last dose, and you’re 5 years old or older, you are eligible for your updated COVID vaccine.

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Find COVID-19 guidance for your community, COVID.gov

Your COVID-19 Toolkit

Find COVID-19 guidance for your community at COVID.gov. The toolkit has resources for testing, vaccines, masks, treatment, long COVID, and more.

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New HHS Report COVID-19 Vaccines and the Prevention of Hospitalizations and Deaths Among Medicare beneficiaries in 2021: 650,000+ fewer COVID-19 hospitalizations; 300,000+ fewer COVID-19 deaths; 39-47% decline in severe COVID-19 outcomes

COVID Vaccines Linked to Fewer Hospitalizations

A new report from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) details how in 2021 COVID-19 vaccines have saved the lives of 300,000 senior citizens on Medicare, helped more than 650,000 avoid hospital visits, and led to a 39-47% decline in severe COVID-19 outcomes.

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