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Public Policy Update - A Message from Our Public Policy Team

There are different kinds of the COVID-19 virus. They are called variants. The Delta variant can spread more easily than the original virus, which is dangerous. That’s why we have released this video and fact sheet about the COVID-19 Delta variant and other variants. This video answers questions like:

      • What is the Delta variant?
      • Will there be other variants?
      • What is a breakthrough case?
      • Does the vaccine still keep me safe?
      • Why do things keep changing?



The Delta Variant Fact Sheet in English – click here

The Delta Variant Fact Sheet in Spanish- click here


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