Our Next Step in the Fight Against COVID-19: Vaccination
In December 2020, the FDA approved Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for two COVID-19 vaccines. As the vaccine becomes available to people across the U.S., information on the vaccine and distribution can be found here.
Mark Poznansky, MD, PhD, director of the Vaccine & Immunotherapy Center at Mass General Hospital offers guidance and answers to common questions.
Colleagues in the Allergy & Clinical Immunology departments at Mass General and Brigham and Women’s Hospital answer common questions regarding allergies and the vaccine.
Jeffrey Ecker, MD, and Ilona Goldfarb, MD, MPH, answer questions about receiving the vaccine while pregnant or breastfeeding.
We are preparing for the COVID-19 vaccine and are working closely with the state to make sure that our eligible patients can get the vaccine as quickly as possible.
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Research and coverage of COVID-19 for medical professionalsView the latest articles featuring Mass General physicians and infectious-disease experts leading the fight against Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- COVID-19 Vaccine Candidates (11/19/20)
- Are the Two Newly Authorized COVID-19 Vaccines Safe and Effective? (12/28/20)
- Pregnant Women Perceive Benefits of Participating in Vaccine Trials (1/5/21)
- What Physicians Should Know About COVID-19 Vaccine Allergy: Q&A with Kimberly Blumenthal, MD, MSc (1/7/21)