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Pitt’s COVID-19 community level remains low, CoVax Vaccination Center offers vaccines for young children

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Pete officials said Wednesday COVID-19 community levels The Pennsylvania region is expected to continue to “increase,” however Community levels on all campuses Stays moderate or low. Due to the high level of vaccination at Pitt Campus, the risk of hospitalization, death or serious illness is low. Email Sent by Pitts COVID-19 Medical Response Office.

The email states that the CDC now recommends vaccines for children between the ages of 6 months and 5 years, and that all Covid-19 vaccinations are now available for children aged three and over at the Pit Covex Vaccination Center in Nordenberg Hall. CMRO also recommends Book a vaccination appointment online.

The CMRO has made several suggestions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19:

  • Continue to mask in large crowds indoors, even if others are not wearing masks.
  • Stay up-to-date on vaccinations, and you will receive eligibility or immediate encouragement. According to the CDC, Everyone ages 5 and up should get a booster After their primary COVID-19 vaccine series. People over the age of 50 and those 12 years of age and older who have an immune system should also get another booster.
  • Keep track of the COVID-19 community level with the CDC tool or by visiting the CMRO website.

The CDC also said that those who are encouraged should wear masks if they have to Open Someone with Covid-19, even if they are asymptomatic. Those who are exposed to Covid-19 should be quarantined for 5 days if they do not have a booster.

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