Get the Facts

Every vaccination brings us closer to a future free of COVID-19. Based on the best science, vaccines are safe, effective and protect you, your loved ones and community. Get the facts and stop the spread.
Being vaccinated significantly reduces your risk of dying or being hospitalized from COVID-19. Keep that in mind as you weigh your decision, especially if you're at greater risk from high blood pressure, heart disease or are a heart attack or stroke survivor.

75% of people hospitalized with COVID-19 have had a high-risk condition.

Celebrate and Vaccinate

Stay Fuerte for All by protecting and empowering your loved ones to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Everything you do is for your family and your community, aquí y allá. 
You are a father, a mother, a sister, a son, a primo, an abuela, an amiga, o una Comadre. Everybody looks up to you, depends on you, and needs you feliz and strong.
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The COVID-19 Vaccine and Getting Back to Life

Like millions of Americans, you could be at higher risk for COVID-19 complications because of diabetes, high blood pressure and heart conditions. Learning about the COVID-19 vaccine can be the first step towards getting back to your life. If you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, talk to your doctor or pharmacist. 

Check out our infographic to learn more.

Resources from the CDC

The CDC provides information on each COVID-19 vaccine available in the U.S. The rundowns include:

  • Administration
  • Storage and handling
  • Safety
  • Reporting

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Find COVID-19 vaccines near you(link opens in new window)

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Doctor, It's Been Too Long.

Good health is an important part of overall well-being. Your health and the health of your loved ones is worth making the time to see a doctor.


The pandemic is a fast-changing health crisis. The vaccines are part of the response. We have the latest science-based information.

Don't Die of Doubt

When an emergency strikes, hospitals are still the safest place – even during a pandemic. Call 911 at the first sign of a heart attack or stroke.