Learn about COVID-19 vaccine planning, how vaccine recommendations will be made, and the work going into ensuring the safety of COVID-19 vaccines.
Some travel activities, like staying at guest lodgings, can increase your risk of getting COVID-19. Your chances of exposure are higher if you come into close contact with others, especially people you don't know, or use shared public facilities.
If you have an underlying medical condition, this can help you make an informed decision about getting a COVID-19 vaccination.
As the Director of CDC/ATSDR Commissioned Corps Activities, Deborah Dee followed a familiar path when recently when she led a CDC team deployed to South Dakota to work with the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe.
Schools play an important role in educating students about disease prevention within their homes and communities. Many children and adolescents rely on key services provided by schools, such as school meal programs. Schools are considered safe havens for children who might be experiencing various forms of abuse or violence. This document provides suggestions for mitigating risks for COVID-19 transmission in schools in low-resource, international settings
A set of questions parents can ask their school to learn more about their COVID-19 precautions. This page also includes answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) CDC is hearing from parents and caregivers.
CDC is using both new and existing information technology (IT) systems to rapidly collect reliable data about how many doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been delivered (distribution) and how many people have been vaccinated with those doses (administration)
Learn about the CDC's COVID-19 vaccine recommendation process and the goals and principles guiding decisions if there is a limited supply at first.
Considerations and recommendations for health departments supporting COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) testing in communities, schools, workplaces, and healthcare settings.
COVID-19 testing resources for health departments and testing locations including fact sheeta and social media sample messages
Learn about the types of allergic reactions you should watch out for, like anaphylaxis, and what to do if you experience one after getting a COVID-19 vaccine.
Operational Considerations for Infection Prevention and Control in Outpatient Facilities: non-U.S. Healthcare Settings
Infection prevention and control information for non-US healthcare settings and non-US national government officials working on COVID-19 response.
States and jurisdictions assess their efforts at vaccinating their community and monitor the percentage of the vaccine supply delivered that has been administered.
A review of all available data at this time shows that the J&J/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine's known and potential benefits outweigh its known and potential risks.
Information on COVID-19 vaccination data reported in CDC's COVID Data Tracker.
COVID Risk Widget Precautions
There are several things to consider when deciding whether it is safe for you to travel in the United States. This includes the following: is COVID-19 spreading where you're going, will you be in close contact with others, are you at higher risk of severe illness if you do get COVID-19, do you have a plan for taking time off from work or school, do you live with someone who is older or has a severe chronic health condition, and is COVID-19 spreading where you live?
VAERS is an early warning system used to monitor adverse events that happen after vaccination. Learn how VAERS reports are submitted and reviewed.
The COVID-19 Eagle Book is a free coloring book that teaches children to protect their communities from COVID-19.
Ongoing mitigation guidance, mitigation guidance, and prevention and support for tribal communities.