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CT DPH’s Rock the Shot!If you’re vaccinated, you have a shot at winning a pair of premium tickets to one of this year’s top concerts !Connecticut Department of Public Health ...
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HEAT WAVE 🔥 Stay Cool. Stay Hydrated. Stay Informed. #heatwaves #staycool #heatstroke #drinkwater #greenwichct ...
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Heat Advisory in effect until Wednesday!There is a Heat Advisory until Wednesday. The John B. Margenot Atrium will be available 24/7 as a cooling shelter. Check on your senior family and friends during this time to make sure they are well. ...
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Amazing.A new vaccination milestone has been reached in Connecticut! We've surpassed more than 2 million people in our state who are FULLY vaccinated against COVID-19.Here are the latest numbers:💉1st doses administered: 2,244,254💉Fully vaccinated: 2,032,271 ...
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Do you know the difference? Drink plenty of water. Take breaks in the shade. Wear your sunscreen and keep cool. The heat is SERIOUS 🔥🔥🔥 #heatsafety #staycool #hydrate #greenwichct ...
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We are closed today in observance of the holiday. Let’s us remember and honor the sacrifice and service of the brave. #memorialday ...
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Tick season is here. Are you doing all you can to prevent & protect? Here are some useful tips to help you. #lymediseaseawareness #preventandprotect #tick #tickbite #greenwichct ...
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ASL interpreters will be providing services at special COVID-19 vaccine clinics that are being hosted by Hartford HealthCare over the coming days:➡️May 19 in Hartford➡️May 19 in Wallingford➡️May 22 in Ledyard➡️May 22 in Bridgeport ...
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In honor of National Nurses Week, we wanted to send a big THANK YOU to all of the nurses (and healthcare professionals in general) out there who have been instrumental in the fight against COVID-19. A special thank you to our Greenwich Department of Health Staff nurses and our Greenwich Medical Reserve Corps nurses (and vaccinators) that have been working so hard to serve our community during this difficult time. THANK YOU for everything that you have done and everything that you will continue to do! #NationalNursesWeek ...
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Vaccinations save millions of lives across the globe and when enough eligible people get their's, it keeps those who can't get vaccinations safe as well. Our world is safer with these 14 diseases under control. Let's add COVID-19 to the list! Do what's right and protect yourself and your community by getting vaccinated. #CTVaxFacts ...
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Go get one!! 💉 #covid_19 #covidvacccine #ᴠᴀᴄᴄɪɴᴇssᴀᴠᴇʟɪᴠᴇs #vaccinationdone✔️ ...
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Thanks Dr. Fauci! @greenwichdepartmentofhealth@greenwichctofs #greenwichtimes #greenwichhealthdept #townhallofgreenwich #greenwichct ...
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Posted @withregram • @womenshealthmag Before you share that joyful post-shot selfie, pause and put down your vaccine card—because sharing medically sensitive information online could make you vulnerable to scams and identity theft. ...
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Timeline PhotosCOVID-19 vaccines can’t make you sick with COVID-19.As of April 5, 2021, more than 107 million people across the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 62 million are fully vaccinated.If you haven’t gotten vaccinated yet, get a COVID-19 vaccine when it’s available to you. After you’ve been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, you should keep taking precautions in public places. Remember to:😷 Wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose.↔ Stay at least 6 feet away from people who don’t live with you.🚫 Avoid crowds and poorly ventilated spaces. 🖐 Wash your hands often. For more COVID-19 vaccination data, visit bit.ly/CDT_vaccine. ...
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Happy National Doctor's Day!A big salute to our frontline heroes for their selfless and unconditional service to humanity. Thank You, Doctors!An illustration by @hued.spirit#nationaldoctorsday #doctors #heroes #doctorsday2020 ...
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Timeline PhotosA new CDC study finds that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective in preventing COVID-19 among health care and other essential workers, groups more likely to be exposed to the virus because of their occupations. The study found that “partial” vaccination (two weeks after a single dose) with either a Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine reduced the risk of infection by 80%. “Full” vaccination (two weeks after the second dose) reduced risk of infection by 90%. It takes about two weeks following each dose of vaccine for antibodies that protect against COVID-19 to develop. Learn more: bit.ly/MMWR32921. ...
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