provider or health department to isolate or quarantine at home due to COVID-19 infection or exposure?
Have you been treated with antibody therapy for COVID-19 in the past 90 days (3 months)?
If yes, when did you receive the last dose?
Have you ever had a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction, such as hives or difficulty breathing, to any vaccine or shot?
Have you had any vaccines in the past 14 days (2 weeks) including flu shot+? If yes, how long ago was your most recent vaccine?
Are you pregnant or considering becoming pregnant?
Do you have cancer, leukemia, HIV/AIDS, a history of autoimmune disease or any other condition that weakens the immune system?
Do you take any medications that affect your immune system, such as cortisone,
prednisone or other steroids, anticancer drugs, or have youhad any radiation
hasthe TheFDAmadeavailableunderan COVID-19vaccine
justify the emergency use of drugs and biological products duringan emergency, sucha as the COVID-19 pandemic. This vaccine has not completed the same type of review as an FDA-approved or cleared product. However, the FDA's decision to make the vaccine available under an EUA is based on the existence of a public health emergency and the totality of scientific evidence available, showing that known and potential benefits of the vaccine outweigh the known and potential risks.