The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is the leading organization for vaccine information. From different vaccine information to how to protect yourself after you receive the vaccine, the CDC has many resources for you to use.
Vaccine Fact Sheet
Each type of vaccine has its own ingredients and side effects. Here’s the fact sheet for the vaccine we distribute.
The Tennessee Vaccination Dashboard has a record of all vaccinations in Tennessee as well as other resources that will be helpful including vaccine availability in your county.
If you would like to schedule an appointment with Ballad for anyone 16 and older, you can schedule an appointment for your first dose online. Your second dose will be scheduled on site when you get your first dose.
It’s important to be as informed as you can be, and asking questions is a part of how we can best take down this virus. The CDC has put together a list of resources about the COVID-19 vaccines here.
The highly infectious Delta variant of Covid-19 is likely to become the dominant strain of coronavirus in the U.S., CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Friday, just days after the agency declared it a “variant of concern,” risking outbreaks in poorly vaccinated areas as it accounts for growing numbers of infections across the country.
There's misinformation spreading about how the vaccine affects fertility. The CDC notes that vaccines for those who are pregnant or looking to get pregnant are SAFE and do not cause infertility or sterility among males or females. Learn more here.
COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on our community for far too long.- Choosing to get your vaccine affects your community — our community, our neighbors, and friends and family. It allows us to finally have a shot at ending this pandemic. Our Mobile Vaccine Vans make it quick and easy to Take a Shot on Life.