Beth Israel Lahey Health is offering COVID-19 vaccination clinics in our community. No insurance information is required. Find details about our clinics, including vaccines and doses available.
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.
Due to the Delta variant, COVID-19 cases are on the rise. Here are 3 steps you can take to protect yourself and any unvaccinated loved ones from this disease.
The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine was recently authorized for use in the U.S., and requires only a single dose. Find 10 facts about this new vaccine, including how it works and how it compares to the other COVID-19 vaccines.
COVID-19 vaccine side effects may include pain or swelling at the vaccination site, a fever, chills, tiredness, or headache. Learn more about how to manage these side effects, and when to follow up with your doctor.
More and more people are being vaccinated against COVID-19. Learn why you still need to take protective measures after being vaccinated.
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.
It's important to continue wearing a mask to protect your community, even after you've been vaccinated against COVID-19. Learn how to choose an effective mask.
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.
Get information on the new COVID-19 strain that has been detected in other parts of the world now found in the United States. Learn what you should do to stay safe.
BILH’s Dr. Sharon Wright speaks about the safety of COVID-19 vaccines, including testing protocols vaccines go through before being authorized by the FDA.
Sharon Wright, MD, Infection Control Lead at Beth Israel Lahey Health, explains why it’s important to get a COVID-19 vaccine.