People at higher risk of developing COVID-19 may be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine additional dose. Find more information on 3rd doses and boosters, including eligibility information.
Digital vaccination cards are available to patients vaccinated at a BILH COVID-19 vaccination clinic. Find frequently asked questions on this proof of vaccination option.
If you were vaccinated at a BILH COVID-19 vaccine clinic you can request written confirmation of vaccination status or a digital vaccination card. Learn more.
Beth Israel Lahey Health answers frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccines currently available in the United States. Read more.
Monoclonal antibody treatment may help people who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are at high risk of developing severe illness. Learn more.
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.
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.
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.