COVID-19 is a virus that has made many people very sick. Some people have died.
Now there is a vaccine. The vaccine is in a shot.
The vaccine shot puts medicine in my body to keep me from getting COVID-19.
When it’s my turn, I can get the COVID-19 shot to stay healthy.
I will go to a doctor’s office or the drug store to get my shot.
I will check in when I arrive, sit, and wait for the nurse to call my name.
I will roll up my sleeve. The nurse will rub a cold wipe on my arm. It might smell funny.
Then the nurse will give me the vaccine shot. It will feel like a pinch or a prick. I will sit very still.
The nurse will put a band-aid on my arm.
I may need to wait to make sure I am safe and healthy to go home.
After the nurse tells me it’s OK, I am done for today. Now I can go home.
I need 2 COVID-19 vaccine shots to stay healthy.
I will come back in 3-4 weeks to get the second shot.
When I come back, I will go through the same steps to get my second shot.
After the shots, my arm may be sore. I may have a headache or feel tired.
I will feel fine after a couple of days.
I will still need to wear a mask for awhile.
I did my part to stay safe and keep others healthy!
Report Vaccination Violations
Additionally, any health care provider who intentionally or willfully provides or distributes, or who supervises someone who intentionally or willfully provides or distributes the COVID-19 vaccine to any individual who is not authorized to receive such vaccine pursuant to the Vaccination Guidance is guilty of unprofessional conduct as defined in Title 24 and may be subject to licensure discipline. Send your complaints to Division of Professional Regulation about this conduct.
Get More COVID Data
For more data on Delaware COVID cases, testing and outcomes, including demographic breakdowns, go to My Healthy Community