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Get the Facts About Coronavirus Vaccines

As coronavirus vaccines becomes available, count on us for the information you need and the reassurance you deserve to make informed decisions for yourself and your family. Visit our Coronavirus Vaccine Resource Hub for continuous updates, answers to your questions and guidance from our medical experts.

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With the AdventHealth App

As we continue to face the challenge of COVID-19, we’re dedicated to keeping you safe. If you're experiencing symptoms of coronavirus or other illness, schedule an online visit through the   AdventHealth app to consult face-to-face, in real time, with a real provider. Your medical professional will ask questions to determine if you need a physician’s order for coronavirus testing, and help you with other medical needs. Remember, to help prevent the spread of the virus, avoid the emergency room at your local hospital except in cases of emergency.
With the AdventHealth app, you can also:

  • Schedule appointments
  • Message your care team
  • Access your (and your family's) health records

Coronavirus Frequently Asked Questions

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For Parents: What Should You Know

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    I'm pregnant/just gave birth and have COVID-19, is my baby at risk?

    The CDC says that it's uncommon for a newborn to be infected if their mother has COVID-19, especially when taking safety precautions like washing your hands often, wearing a mask around your baby and staying 6 feet away, as much as possible. Read more here.

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    I have COVID-19 and am about to give birth. Should my baby stay in my room with me after birth?

    We know that it's uncommon to give your baby COVID-19 when you take safety measures, but the decision to keep your baby in the room with you is one that you should discuss with your health care provider. Together, you can weigh the risks and benefits to make an informed decision. Read more about rooming-in with your baby if you have COVID-19.

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    I and/or someone in my house has COVID-19. Should my baby wear a mask?

    Never put a face mask or face shield on a newborn or any baby or toddler under the age of 2. The CDC says there's no data showing that face masks or shields protect babies. More importantly, because babies move around a lot, a face shield or mask could potentially block their airways.

Dr. Hsu Answers Questions About Coronavirus

Dr. Vincent Hsu, Infection Prevention Executive Officer, Central Florida Division, answers some of the most frequently asked questions about coronavirus including current trends, CDC guidance and the delta variant.

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The Delta Variant: Here’s What We Know

About one in four coronavirus infections in the U.S. are now the delta variant, according to the CDC.


Travel and Transit Considerations for Summer Travel

Even though travel is picking up again, it’s still recommended to delay travel until you are fully vaccinated.


Tips to Calm Your Child’s Worries About Returning to School

Getting ready for the next school year may be challenging this year. Here are some tips to ease kids’ minds about the new school year and safety guidelines.

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Your Coronavirus Mental Health Resources

Your mental health matters every day. But right now, you may need a little more TLC mentally and emotionally — and that’s OK. Whatever support looks like for you, we hope these resources help you feel a little more at ease.

Other Available Resources

For the most timely and up-to-date information on the novel coronavirus, use the following resources:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

State Department of Health