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Full FDA Approval of a COVID-19 Vaccine: What You Should Know
Not every vaccine is granted an emergency use authorization before full approval. The FDA authorized three COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna and ...
COVID Natural Immunity: What You Need to Know
Vaccines add protection. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a report on Oct. 29, 2021, that says getting vaccinated for the ...
COVID Variants: What You Should Know | Johns Hopkins Medicine
According to the CDC, research from January 2022 shows that coronavirus vaccine boosters are effective in preventing severe COVID-19. The CDC encourages ...
What Is Coronavirus? | Johns Hopkins Medicine
There are several COVID-19 vaccines recommended by the CDC. It is also important to receive a booster when you are eligible . In addition, it helps to keep ...
COVID Vaccine Side Effects | Johns Hopkins Medicine
COVID-19 Vaccines Are Safe and Effective Data show that the vaccines are very good at preventing serious or deadly cases of COVID-19 even after ...
Breakthrough Infections: Coronavirus After Vaccination
All three available coronavirus vaccines are very good at protecting you against severe forms of COVID-19, but they are not 100% effective in ...
COVID-19 Vaccines and People of Color | Johns Hopkins Medicine
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has fully approved two vaccines to protect against COVID-19, and vaccinations of the public have begun. People of ...
Heart Problems after COVID-19 | Johns Hopkins Medicine
For people who have had COVID-19, lingering COVID-19 heart problems can complicate their recovery. Some of the symptoms common in coronavirus ...
COVID-19 Lung Damage | Johns Hopkins Medicine
“Again, staying up to date with COVID-19 vaccines, including boosters is key, not only to surviving COVID-19, but potentially to ensure the scars to the ...


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Raphael P. Viscidi, M.D.

Raphael P. Viscidi, M.D.

Professor of Pediatrics

Alba Miranda Azola, M.D.

Alba Miranda Azola, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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