Get Vaccinated. Get Boosted. Reduce the Risk of COVID-19.
Because getting vaccinated or boosted gives the virus fewer ways to spread, more vaccines mean more of the things we love.
FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccines offer protection against variants including Delta and Omicron, which are nearly twice as contagious and spread more easily than the other variants.
Still not sure?
Click below for information on the types of vaccines and why vaccines are reducing the risk of COVID-19.
Getting a flu vaccine is a good way to help keep you from getting sick. But it can also help keep you from having to go to the doctor’s office or emergency room. Click the button below to locate your nearest location offering flu shots.
If you’ve had to take time off from work because you were sick or to care for a loved one who was sick, you may be having trouble paying for groceries. That’s okay and there are free resources that can help. Learn more about ways to reduce the risk of hunger.
None of us was designed to endure the chaos which has been brought on by the pandemic. Sometimes, we all need a break. Needing a break doesn’t mean you’re broken. There are healthy ways to reduce stress and anxiety; there are also free resources to help you cope with them. All of them can help you reduce the risk of a mental health crisis.
If you’ve lost your job, have had to take time off to care for a loved one, or been sick yourself, you may be having trouble paying your rent, paying your mortgage, or even your utility bills. El Paso County has assistance programs that help reduce the risk of losing your home or ending up owing on your utilities.
We’re all living through a unique time. If you’ve lost your job, have had to take time off to care for a loved one, or been sick yourself, you may have trouble paying bills which you couldn’t have ever imagined. If the resources above aren’t what you need, we’ve compiled other resources that can help reduce the risk of other financial insecurity.
Our jobs help support the community, while they also help support us and our families. That’s why, keeping workers safe and healthy during a pandemic is important. Looking for ways to reduce the risk at work? El Paso County, Doña Ana County, and Moore County have resources you can use to reduce the risks at work — for you, for me, for all.
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