Your COVID-19 Resource Center
Guidance for living with this ever-changing virus
Explore recommendations, information, and safe care practices to help you adapt to each new normal.
- Our drive-thru testing sites have closed for the season. If you think you have COVID-19 or need to test prior to travel or a medical procedure, please refer to out testing page for guidance.
- Our drive-thru and walk-up vaccination sites are also closed for the season. Connect with your primary care provider via MyHealth to schedule a vaccine appointment or to discuss your vaccine options. Learn more on our vaccines page.
Keeping our patients and visitors safe
Learn about health and safety policies, and appointments with primary and specialty care providers by video and in person
Daily Living Tips & Guides
Our Post-Acute COVID-19 Syndrome Clinic cares for patients with persistent symptoms as a consequence of SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Leading the way in COVID-19 research
Seeking participants for our Long COVID-19 Therapy Study
Infected with COVID-19 without testing positive
SARS-CoV-2 infects fat tissues, causing inflammatory storm
Antibodies in blood soon after COVID-19 onset may predict severity
COVID-19 vaccine effective in people with cancer, study finds
COVID-19 can infect the inner ear
Should I get a booster shot?
Getting booster doses is an important part of protecting yourself from becoming seriously ill from COVID-19. They are recommended for most people. If you have questions about whether you should receive a booster, discuss your personal health situation with your primary care physician. You can also use the CDC tool to determine whether it is advisable for you or your child to receive one or more boosters at COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters.
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