Community (or herd) immunity is when enough members of a community are immunized against a contagious disease, keeping most others protected. One of the ways to help start community immunity is by getting a #COVID19 vaccine when it’s your turn: .
@CDCgov recommends delaying #travel until you are fully vaccinated for #COVID19 . Even if you are fully vaccinated, choose safer travel options to protect yourself, loved ones, and others. Learn more: .
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Here’s what I’m doing while I wait my turn for the COVID-19 vaccines: masking up, staying at least six feet apart from others, avoiding crowds, and not gathering inside with people I don’t live with. This is how I’ll make a difference and help #SlowTheSpread .
COVID-19 vaccines are here, but what I do is still important. So, I’m masking up, avoiding crowds, staying at least six feet apart from others, and not socializing indoors with people I don’t live with. Vaccines can help, but so can I. #SlowTheSpread
Glad that the COVID-19 vaccines are here? So am I. But I know it’s still important to mask up, stay at least six feet apart from others, avoid crowds, and not gather inside with people I don’t live with – so we can celebrate together again soon. #SlowTheSpread
Washing your hands is one of the best ways to help stop the spread of #COVID19 . The @Surgeon_General explains the five key steps you should take to ensure you're washing your hands correctly. Find more info about COVID-19 at . #Coronavirus