July 5, 2022

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Pitt’s Covid-19 community level remains low, with the Covacs Vaccination Center providing vaccines for young children

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That’s what Pitt officials said Wednesday COVID-19 community level The Pennsylvania region is expected to “continue to decline”, however Community level across all campuses Stay moderate or low. Due to the high level of vaccination in the Pitt campus, the risk of hospitalization, death or serious illness is low. Email Pitt sent COVID-19 Medical Response Office.

The email states that the CDC now recommends vaccines for children aged 6 months to 5 years, and that all COVID-19 vaccines are now available for children aged three and over at the Pit Covacs Vaccination Center in Nordenburg Hall. The CMRO has also recommended Online booking of vaccination visits.

The CMRO issued several suggestions to prevent the spread of COVID-19:

  • Continue to mask the large crowd in the house even if others are not wearing masks.
  • Stay up to date on vaccinations and increase as soon as you qualify. According to the CDC, Everyone aged 5 and over should get a booster Following their primary COVID-19 vaccine series. Adults over the age of 50 and those over the age of 12 who have low immunity should also get a second booster.
  • Track Kovid-19 community levels by visiting the CDC tool or CMRO website.

The CDC also said that people who get a boost should wear a mask if they have one Exposed Even if someone with covid-19 has no symptoms. Those who have been exposed to COVID-19 should quarantine for a full 5 days if there is no booster.

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