Most COVID-19 vaccine reactions are similar to those of the flu shot. Learn more about the possible side effects and find answers to questions on allergies and fertility.
As public COVID-19 vaccinations begin, it’s important to understand Massachusetts' vaccine rollout plan and when you will be eligible to get vaccinated.
We know our patients have questions about the availability, safety and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines. Here is the latest information available.
Super spreader events occur when rates of transmission are higher due to a combination of the amount of virus carried by the infected individual and the environmental conditions. Learn more.
Herd Immunity describes a situation when enough of the population is immune to a disease—either through vaccination or previous illnesses—to make its spread within a community unlikely. Learn how this applies to COVID-19.
In this video, Dr. Ai-Ris Collier, a BIDMC Maternal Fetal Medicine OBGYN, explains whether you can get the COVID-19 vaccine if you are pregnant or lactating.
BIDMC Emergency Department Technician Olivia Tom received her first COVID-19 vaccination shot in December. She joins us to share what it was like.
Sharon Wright, MD, Infection Control Lead at Beth Israel Lahey Health, explains why it’s important to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
In this video, we asked our expert at BIDMC’s Center for Virology and Vaccine Research how COVID-19 vaccines were developed and if they are safe.