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Coronavirus Resource

From scheduling vaccine appointments, finding a test location, and answering frequently asked questions AHN is here to provide guidance and support on all things Coronavirus.

Fast facts about Coronavirus vaccines

Vaccinating is the safest, most effective way to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community from Coronavirus. Do your part and get vaccinated.
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    Who’s eligible

    Everyone ages 6 months and up is eligible for a free COVID-19 vaccine. Be mindful that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is authorized for children ages 6 months to 17 years, and Moderna is authorized for children 6 months to 5 years.

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    Vaccine safety

    The FDA, with support from the CDC, gave authorization for vaccine eligibility and distribution based on clinical studies and thorough research. The vaccines have been proven safe and effective against Coronavirus.

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    Where to get vaccinated

    COVID-19 vaccines and boosters are readily available. AHN offers vaccines at various hospitals, clinics, and offices throughout the region. You can also visit many local pharmacies to get a vaccine. 

What do I do if I think I have Coronavirus?

If you have symptoms like a fever or cough, the safest place to be — for you and everyone else — is in your home. To get care, you have a few different options.
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Visiting patients

With Coronavirus cases rising once again, patients can only have one healthy support person visit them. This policy is in place to help protect our patients and care teams. There are some exceptions — review our full policy for details.

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn how to stay safe, help AHN, and see your doctor for other care. Most importantly, get answers for what you need to know and do if you get coronavirus (COVID-19).
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    The COVID-19 Vaccine

    Find out more about vaccine safety, boosters, who’s eligible, and other important updates regarding protecting yourself from the coronavirus.

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    Coronavirus Testing

    If you’re experiencing symptoms or think you’ve been exposed to Coronavirus, AHN offers testing at all Express Care locations and most primary care offices.

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    What if I’m pregnant?

    If you’re concerned about yourself, your pregnancy, or your baby during this time, AHN is here to help keep you safe and healthy.

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Post-COVID-19 Recovery Clinic

If you were diagnosed with Coronavirus and continue to experience physical, mental, or emotional side effects — AHN can help. Our Recovery Clinic will develop a personalized treatment plan to help you feel like you again.

Coronavirus in the community

Dr. Margaret Larkins-Pettigrew talks about why it is so important for African-Americans and Hispanics to get the COVID-19 vaccine - and her own experience participating in a clinical trial of the vaccine.

Book your flu and COVID-19 shots

Whether you need your standard flu shot, your first COVID-19 dose, or a COVID-19 booster, AHN has appointments available.