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    Traveling while there is widespread transmission of COVID-19 puts you, your family and your community at risk of getting sick and spreading the virus to others.

    If you must travel, learn how you can plan ahead and take precautions to stay as safe as possible during the holidays.

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    New Yorkers can slow the spread of COVID-19 by continuing to take precautions: stay home if you are sick, keep physical distance, wear a face covering when you are around others, get tested and wash your hands often.

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    You can wear a variety of face coverings that show your style, as long as they cover your nose and mouth.

    Learn more about when and how to handle, wear and wash your face covering to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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    The flu vaccine will not prevent COVID-19, but it will help decrease the risk of you and your family getting sick and needing flu-related medical care.

    Learn more about the flu vaccine, including where you can get a shot this year.

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    Due to COVID-19-related delays, your child may be behind on their immunizations. It is especially important that children younger than 2 are up to date on their vaccines.

    Learn more about the vaccines your child needs and how you can get them free shots.

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