This week, the U.S. begins another vaccine rollout after weekend approval by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control for the youngest group yet. The Moderna vaccine will be administered in two doses to children six months to 5 years old. Pfizer will be administered in three doses for children ages six months to 4 years old.
Some of our neighbors living with autoimmune conditions have recently asked us whether it’s safe for them to get their COVID-19 vaccine.
Dear Neighbor, As the Delta Variant spreads and stories of breakthrough Covid-19 infections multiply, many are left worried and wondering if they will need some sort of booster shot, particularly […]
Photo: Julian Wan Dear Neighbor, As the Delta Variant spreads and stories of breakthrough Covid-19 infections multiply, many are left worried and wondering if they will need some sort of booster […]
Dear Neighbor, After a long day at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park or a Mets game, it’s a tradition to stop by the Lemon Ice King of Corona. It has been a […]
By S. Mitra Kalita One of the doctors who has been invaluable to Epicenter’s vaccine efforts is Mark Horowitz, a family doctor in downtown Manhattan. On Monday, as I […]
Neighbors, Big news on the vaccine front: Federal officials pause on giving the J&J vaccine while they study blood-clotting in women who took it; one died. This has big implications in New […]
By S. Mitra Kalita Editor’s Note: We texted with Dr. Horowitz this morning (April 13) in light of a report that the J&J vaccine was being paused after six women […]