COVID-19 patient resources and community on demand webinars in Spanish and English
Caring for our community is essential, and part of that is sharing accurate, up-to-date information on health-related topics such as the COVID-19 vaccine. We encourage you to share knowledge and resources with patients, fellow caregivers, friends and family.
Several publicly available COVID-19 vaccine webinars are now available. The information in each webinar was current on the date it was produced. For the latest information, visit clevelandclinic.org/covidvaccine.
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Watch community webinars
March 29 - A Conversation About COVID 19 Vaccines, watch on YouTube (56 minutes)
March 17 - A Family Fireside Chat About the COVID-19 Vaccine, watch on YouTube (58 minutes)
Feb. 26 - COVID-19 Vaccinations and the Black Community | Cleveland Clinic Community Care Town Hall, watch on YouTube (1 hour)
Feb. 25 – COVID-19 Vaccinations and the Black Community, view the webinar on demand. (1 hour)
Health Essentials Information & Articles
- How to Stay True to Pandemic Safety Guidelines When It Feels Like No One Else Does. Even with available vaccines, the pandemic is not over yet (published March 29, 2021)
- Should You Avoid Certain Medications or Treatments Before Getting Vaccinated for COVID-19? If you’re not sure, talk to your healthcare provider — first (published March 19, 2021)
- Already Vaccinated? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Stop Wearing Your Face Mask Yet. 5 reasons to continue wearing a mask, even after you’re vaccinated (published March 8, 2021)
- Can Vaccinated People Gather in Small Groups Without Face Masks? (published March 8, 2021)
- Vaccine FAQs: How Are Vaccines Developed, and How Do They Work? How vaccines protect you – and others (published March 4, 2021)
- What Happens When You Get the COVID-19 Vaccine? It's not scary and it's another tool that can help us fight the coronavirus (published March 4, 2021)
- Should You Get the COVID-19 Vaccine If You Have Allergies? Get the facts instead of assuming the worst (published March 4, 2021)
- Can I Get the COVID-19 Vaccine If I Have Cancer? What cancer patients need to know about the COVID-19 vaccines (published March 4, 2021)
- Here’s What to Know About the COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects. What to expect and why they happen (published March 4, 2021)
- Is It Safe to Visit Grandparents if They’ve Gotten Their COVID-19 Vaccine? What to know to make an informed decision (published Feb. 26, 2021)
- Don’t Be Alarmed by This COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effect That Could Be Confused With Breast Cancer. Our expert explains why swollen lymph nodes happen (published Feb. 25, 2021)
- Why a COVID-19 Vaccine for Children May Take Longer. Adult vaccination has begun, while clinical trials for a children's vaccine are underway (published Feb. 12, 2021)
- Already Vaccinated? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Stop Wearing Your Face Mask Yet: 5 reasons to continue wearing a mask, even after you’re vaccinated (published Feb. 2, 2021)
- What Happens When You Get the COVID-19 Vaccine? It's another tool that can help us fight the coronavirus (published Jan. 15, 2021)
- 9 Common COVID-19 Vaccine Myths Explained: No, the vaccine will not alter your DNA or give you COVID-19 (published Dec. 23, 2020)
- Flu vs. COVID-19: Can You Tell the Difference? They have many overlapping symptoms but some key differences (published Dec. 16, 2020)
- Coronavirus Tips: Prevention and Safety For Everyday Life. A comprehensive guide of coronavirus tips (published Sep. 30, 2020)
- COVID-19 website: How to Cope With the Coronavirus Pandemic
- COVID-19 vaccine myths, debunked
- Common COVID-19 side effects
- Here’s why COVID-19 vaccine gives us hope?
CDC recommendations post vaccination
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued its first guidance on public health recommendations for Americans fully vaccinated from COVID-19.
- The CDC considers a person to be fully vaccinated two weeks after they have received the second of the two-dose vaccines, Pfizer or Moderna, or two weeks after receiving the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
- It’s important to note that these guidelines do not apply to healthcare settings.
- Our current masking policies remain in place. Read more from the CDC on guidance for healthcare settings.
- Fully vaccinated people should still watch out for symptoms of COVID, especially if they’ve been around someone who is sick. And those who develop symptoms should get tested and stay away from others.
Other Helpful Resources
- Information changes rapidly. Check for the latest information: COVID-19: What You Need to Know About the Vaccine.