Vaccine questions? Gwinnett Moms have answers

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Vaccine questions? Gwinnett Moms have answers
Gwinnett Moms are still doing everything they can to keep the county they love — and all the people who live here — safe. COVID-19 vaccines are readily available in our community, and there’s hope on the horizon. Ready for life in Gwinnett to feel a little more normal? It’s time to come together and #ListenToGwinnettMoms.

Questions about the vaccines? Moms know best
It’s natural to have questions about the vaccine, so Gwinnett County Government, with the help of some Gwinnett Moms, has put together this resource with everything you need to know about vaccine safety, efficacy, and the rollout here in Gwinnett. So whether you’re still a little unsure or you’re eager to get your shot today, we’ve got the information you need. Click away!

Test Yourself. Not Your Mother's Patience.
If you have COVID-19 symptoms or are unvaccinated and have been exposed to someone who tested positive, schedule a test ASAP. Because if you don't, you can bet your mother will.
Free drive-through testing is available from our local health department. Visit the Gwinnett, Newton, Rockdale County Health Departments webpage to make an appointment.

You should also take care of your mental health during this time. The outbreak of COVID-19 may be stressful for people. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. See more information from the CDC about managing stress and anxiety during the pandemic. Parents, family members, and other trusted adults can play an important role in helping children make sense of what they hear in a way that is honest, accurate, and minimizes anxiety or fear. The CDC has created guidance to help adults have conversations with children about COVID-19 and ways they can avoid getting and spreading the disease.

Stay in the Know. And Call Your Mother.
While there's no scientific evidence that calling your mom prevents the spread of COVID-19, it can't hurt. You can find the latest information about COVID-19 from trusted, mom-approved resources like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Georgia Department of Public Health, and GNR Health. For more information about COVID-19, see these resources :