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Staying Safe & Healthy


You know the basics about reducing your risk of contracting COVID-19: Wear a mask. Keep your distance. Wash your hands. But what if you have specific health concerns?

Do you know which of your favorite activities pose the most risk? Need help explaining precautionary practices to your kids? How about helping your teenagers cope with isolation?

Let our experts help you make informed decisions to keep your loved ones safe and healthy — physically, mentally and emotionally.

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What to do if your child is too young to be vaccinated against COVID-19

New guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) allows people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to go unmasked in most situations. But parents with children too young to be vaccinated may wonder what this means for their family.

Life after the COVID-19 Vaccine: What are you looking forward to?

As summer nears, see the latest CDC updates on safe activities for fully vaccinated people.

How to Stay Safe During Spring Get-Togethers

Spring is finally here. It’s traditionally a season of travel, graduations, weddings and other family functions. And this year, spring arrived with hope for a return to more normalcy, thanks to the COVID-19 vaccines.

BJC to observe safety measures for classes through August 31, 2021

To align with continued social distancing requirements and our commitment to help control community spread of COVID-19, BJC HealthCare is suspending most in-person classes through March 31, 2021.

How to Stay Safe During Spring Travel

As relaxing as a trip to the beach might sound, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) would like you to reconsider.

Staying safe after you get the vaccine

Although the vaccine is an important tool in ending the pandemic, other safety measures remain as important as ever.

When will things start to feel a little more normal?

With the COVID-19 vaccines offering a light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, people are asking, “When will things start to feel a little more normal?” See what a BJC HealthCare infectious disease expert predicts for the coming months.

Cancer Patients and COVID-19 — What you Need to Know and How to Reduce Your Risks

Although people with cancer are not at greater risk of contracting COVID-19, they run the risk of experiencing severe symptoms if they do become infected.

How COVID-19 may impact your prenatal check-ups and childbirth delivery plans

Moms-to-be are concerned about the impacts of the coronavirus on their pregnancy journey, our experts are here to help them navigate pregnancy and childbirth in the era of COVID-19.

Self Quarantine and Self Isolation Instructions

The infectious disease COVID-19, caused by the novel coronavirus, may continue to spread in our community. We place some people on home quarantine in order to limit the spread of this virus to others in our community.