General COVID-19 Information

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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Following state and CDC guidelines, healthcare workers with Yale New Haven Health will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine after it is approved by the FDA.

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When to go to the emergency department

Emergency departments across Yale New Haven Health are helping to treat patients with COVID-19. But those doctors are still committed to helping patients with other emergencies.

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Pregnancy Patient and Visitor Information

Frequently asked questions and learn how you can protect yourself during pregnancy.


Health Screenings You Shouldn't Delay

Summer plans have changed, but that doesn’t mean you should avoid your doctor. Here are some of the most important health screenings and appointments you’ll want to keep.

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Treatment and Therapies

As Connecticut experiences a lower rate of new COVID-19 cases as well as hospitalizations, the Yale New Haven Health System is continuing to conduct testing and treatment of patients across Connecticut and Rhode Island.

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COVID-19 Treatments: Monoclonal Antibodies

One of the outpatient treatment options available for COVID-19 patients at Yale New Haven Health, particularly those who may be at risk for developing a more severe form of the virus but are not yet sick enough to be hospitalized, is the use of monoclonal antibodies.

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Allergies vs. Coronavirus

Learn more about the overlapping symptoms to look out for.

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Influenza vs. Coronavirus

Learn the key differences between coronavirus (COVID-19) and influenza (flu) and why it matters.