Concerns about DNA altering

The COVID-19 vaccines do not alter your DNA.

COVID-19 vaccines were created using mRNA technology, which provides a set of instructions to your cells to create an immune response specific to COVID-19. Medical doctors independent of the vaccine development teams have verified that using mRNA will not alter the DNA of our body’s cells. They do not introduce DNA into your body. Learn more

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1. Questions about safety & effectiveness
2. How did a vaccine happen so quickly?
3. Can the COVID-19 vaccine make you sick?
4. I received a flu vaccine, so why would I need the COVID-19 vaccine?
5. Concerns about DNA altering
6. Who should receive the COVID-19 vaccine?
7. Concerns about the ingredients used in the COVID-19 vaccines
8. What are the possible side effects of a COVID-19 vaccine?
9. I've been vaccinated. Should I continue to wear a mask, social distance and avoid large gatherings?
10. Why do I need a vaccine when most people recover from COVID-19?
11. If I've recovered from COVID-19, do I still need to get vaccinated?
12. Will vaccines be mandated?