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Delta variant “major risk” to unvaccinated individuals—here’s what to know

Robert Healy, MD, chief quality officer discusses the Delta variant and shares information you should know about the new strain of COVID-19

Oh no: Here we go again! Maintaining balance during rapidly changing times

Tips to maintain balance during rapidly changing times.

Carle forms support group for healing after losing someone to COVID-19

To address the well-being of those in our communities, a new virtual support group is available to those who have lost loved ones due to COVID-19.

Carle surpasses 100,000 COVID-19 vaccines, celebrates collaboration

With the help of public health, community partners and team members across Carle Health, Carle is celebrating over 100,000 community vaccines given.

Rolling up our sleeves to roll out the vaccine

Carle takes vaccine clinics on the road to reach more people in partnership with Champaign-Urbana Public Health District.

Carle clarifies COVID-19 vaccine billing procedures

Carle Health provides an update on insurance billing processes for cost to delivery the COVID-19 vaccine.

Reflecting on COVID one year later

This time last year, while many were preparing to travel for Spring Break or celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Carle teams were hard at work preparing for a pandemic response.

Why you still need to wear a mask in public after you’ve been vaccinated

The latest research suggests communities will need to vaccinate more than 70% of a population to reach herd immunity. But with limited supply in many areas, it’s important to keep up with existing prevention measures such as wearing a mask, social distancing and washing your hands.

Patient Contact Center Meets Increased Calls Head On

Carle’s Patient Contact Center is challenging and rewarding for nimble employees focused on resolution with the first call.

Rare COVID syndrome can have drastic consequences if ignored

Rare childhood syndrome caused by COVID-19 infection can harm children if untreated.

What the newly approved Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine means for you

The FDA shared all of the vaccines are proven effective against serious illness or death. Carle recommends the vaccine for anyone who is eligible.

Follow these steps to safely resume playing sports following a COVID-19 infection

After a COVID-19 infection, an athlete should only return to sports practices under the supervision of their healthcare provider. Carle Sports Medicine offers steps to safely resume play.

Act now if you need health insurance

A new Special Enrollment Period extends through May 15 for those who now need health insurance.

CDC says tight fitting, two layer masks offer the best protection

‘Double masking' or 'knotting/tucking' a mask behind your ears offers you more protection against getting or spreading the virus that causes COVID-19.

Champaign County COVID-19 vaccinations expand

Residents age 40-64 with underlying health conditions and disabilities are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine under 1B.

Carle Health announcing updated visitor policies

Carle is announcing it’s easing some limitations for visitors and support persons beginning Thursday, January 28 at all Carle Health locations. The entire Carle system is seeing a decrease in COVID-19 hospitalizations.

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