COVID-19 Booster Facts versus Fiction

Health & Wellness  |  April 11, 2022

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The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have recommended that people over the age of 50 and some immune compromised groups receive a second COVID-19 booster dose at least four months after their first booster dose. The CDC has provided this grid to help everyone determine their eligibility for the second booster and when they should plan to get one.

All Christian Living Communities (CLC) – Cappella Living Solutions (Cappella) communities have scheduled additional booster clinics in April to help residents and qualifying team members get the second booster when they are eligible. Please talk to your community Executive Director or concierge about when the clinic for your community is scheduled.

With the CDC releasing a fall 2021 study showing that fully vaccinated individuals are ten times less likely to become hospitalized when infected with COVID-19, CLC – Cappella continue to encourage everyone to become immunized.

Our clinical team has gathered some information to answer key questions about the COVID-19 boosters and why they are important. You can find a reference guide on vaccine booster facts versus fiction here.

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