COVID-19 in Arizona
Coronavirus COVID-19 has been a difficult disease to navigate. At Leading MDs, we will provide you the proper data, pre-cautions, and safety measures to help you navigate COVID-19.
COVID-19 is also known as SARS-CoV-2. People over the age of 65, as well as those with severe underlying medical problems such as heart disease, lung disease, or diabetes, appear to be at a higher risk of having more significant COVID-19 symptoms.
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**This data is provided by Wikipedia, CDC and Our World in Data.
Fast and easy COVID Testing Available Now. Walk-Ins and Same Day Appointments Welcomed.
If you think you have been exposed or have any symptoms. It is best to get tested. Practice stopping the spread. We offer rapid testing and we also take walk-in.
COVID-19 Warning Signs.
If any of the symptoms show up that are listed below contact emergency medical attention immediately.
If you can relate to any of the symptoms listed above. Speak with a Leading MDs health care provider as soon as possible or go to a medical emergency center without delay.
COVID-19 Vaccines Are Available.
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved a number of vaccinations (FDA). All COVID-19 vaccinations have been shown to be very successful in avoiding COVID-19-related severe disease, hospitalization, and death. The ideal vaccination is the one that you can obtain as soon as possible and that is readily accessible to you. However, if you have ever had a serious adverse response to any of the components in a vaccine, or if you have any concerns about potential contraindications, talk to your doctor about your choices. Use the links in the chart below to learn more about each vaccination.
Types of COVID-19 Vaccines in Arizona.
Timing your vaccine is important.
Coronavirus Hospitalizations in Arizona
If you are noticing any COVID-19 symptoms and have been exposed to a outbreak cluster, please consult your doctor or call us at Leading MDs for testing. Call us at (623) 295-1190.
Getting vaccinated helps to avoid serious disease, hospitalization, and death. This is more important than ever with the Delta variation. Based on new information on the Delta variant, the CDC has revised its recommendations for fully vaccinated individuals. Please visit www.cdc.gov to stay updated.