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What are the current safety guidelines?

Safety guidelines are frequently changing and old or incorrect statements are often shared. Check out these sources for official, current guidelines.

The official Center for Disease Control (CDC) website offers up-to-date suggestions on how you can stay safe even after being fully vaccinated:

Want an easy-to-read summary of these guidelines? Try this article from the New York Times, that is updated regularly.

If you are not yet vaccinated, visit our vaccine information page to learn more about where you can get vaccinated.

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Finding good health information

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COVID-Related Scams

FTC Warns About Fake COVID Tests Sold Online

The news is filled with images of long lines at in-person COVID testing sites and reports of limited supplies of at-home test kits. It’s not a surprise that, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, fake and unauthorized at-home testing kits are popping up online as opportunistic scammers take advantage of the spike in demand.

Learn more at the Federal Trade Commission- Fake COVID Tests.

Learn about Medicare scams and fraud

See the Senior Medicare Patrol Fraud Alert

Watch out for myths and misinformation around COVID

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