A year after the announcement of a new potentially dangerous virus, and nearly a year since it arrived in the United States, first identified in WASHINGTON STATE, fa vaccine to control and modify the novel coronavirus/COVID-19, is coming to a medical facility near you within weeks or months. Getting the two-shot series does not mean you can't get the bug. But it does mean that the version of the virus you do get is far less likely to cause your death. More than likely,it will morph into something like an annual disease that we need to get vaccinated for, similar to the flu. And getting it under control to allow it to die off, for however long that may last, means that we have to get vaccinated and still wear masks, social distance, and use a lot of soap, water, and hand sanitizer until at least 75-80% of our fellow Americans get vaccinated. Until then, below you will find links to some useful information, on other websites, about the novel coronavirus/COVID-19.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The Washington State Department of Health
What is the novel coronavirus? - Johns Hopkins Medicine
Coronavirus Resource Center - Harvard Medical School
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