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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Understanding Your COVID-19 Exposure Risk

Understanding COVID-19 Exposure Risks

Learning about how COVID-19 spreads and the factors that can increase or decrease that risk can help you make informed choices. If you were around a person with COVID-19, consider where you were, how long you were there, how close you were, and if anyone was masked, to help determine the likelihood that you were infected.

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Order Free At-Home COVID Tests: Project ACT

Get Free At-Home COVID from Project ACT

Project ACT (Access COVID Tests) is offering free, rapid, at-home COVID-19 test kits to residents of eligible communities while supplies last. The program is available in New Mexico and 8 other states around the U.S.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Update! Who should get an updated booster? Everyone ages 12 and over.

Updated COVID-19 Boosters Available

Individuals aged 12 years and older who completed a COVID-19 vaccine primary series or received a booster dose at least 2 months ago can now receive an updated COVID-19 booster dose.

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Free at-home covid-19 test ordering ends Friday, September 2.

Free at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 test ordering ends 9/2/2022

Free at-home COVID tests will not be available through USPS by Friday, September 2. Order your tests today.

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Test to Treat

COVID-19 Treatments & Medications

Treatments for COVID-19 are now widely available. If you test positive and are an older adult or someone who is at high risk of getting very sick from COVID-19, treatment may be available. Contact a healthcare provider right away after a positive test to determine if you are eligible, even if your symptoms are mild right now.

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