Have you been affected by COVID-19?
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Getting vaccinated is the most powerful thing you can do to protect yourself and your family against a deadly disease. And it’s completely free.
People who have already had COVID-19 should still be vaccinated. We don’t know how long immunity lasts after illness, and vaccination is the safest way to stay protected.
Pregnant women are more likely to get severely ill from COVID-19, which makes vaccination even more important for them. Trials have shown no adverse effects for you or your baby. Talk to your health care provider if you have questions.
People who hope to get pregnant can safely be vaccinated as well. There is no evidence that this vaccine, or any vaccine, will affect your fertility.
If you’re feeling sick, or if you’ve been exposed to COVID-19, a quick test can help you know for sure if you’re infected. Then you can isolate to keep your loved ones safe until you’re well again.
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VNA accepts all insurance plans and does not charge a co-pay or deductible for COVID-19 testing services. The laboratory bills separately for the specimen processing. In the event a co-pay or deductible applies to specimen processing, the laboratory may charge you. If you do not have insurance, your COVID-19 testing services are provided at no cost to you. Learn more about testing here.
If you’re in isolation or quarantine due to COVID-19, there are resources for you. community health worker can help you get food, medicine and supplies, find mental health support or connect you with additional resources to address issues including immigration, housing and employment.
The Pandemic Health Navigator program exists to help the state’s most vulnerable populations find the help they need. By providing public funding and coordination to community-based organizations and to community health centers like VNA, the state program creates an expanded network of community health workers that can more effectively address not only COVID-19, but any future pandemics. Learn more about the program at HelpGuideThrive.org.