Continuing to get COVID-19 vaccinations for Veterans – especially those in rural and highly rural areas – is a high priority, VA Secretary Denis McDonough
Veterans facing economic hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic will soon see extended debt relief options from VA. By extending debt relief through Sept. 30, VA
Veterans Affairs officials will extend their suspension of debt collection on benefits overpayments and medical co-pays through September, officials announced on Thursday.
More than three million Veterans have served in Southwest Asia. Many of you were exposed to airborne hazards like open burn pits. I know during
Dr. Charles Billings, a staff orthopedic surgeon receives the new Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine from registered nurse Ayonna Williams at the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care
As of Feb. 3, 2021, VA is providing COVID-19 vaccine to the following groups: Veterans living in VA long-term care facilities Veterans who already receive
Hershel “Woody” Williams survived Iwo Jima, destroying six enemy pillboxes. When offered the COVID-19 vaccine, the Medal of Honor recipient didn’t hesitate. “I would encourage any
Designated family caregivers of Veterans participating in the Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers can receive COVID-19 testing and vaccinations. Each facility will determine its
The Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center is now taking appointments for veteran patients to receive the COVID-19 Moderna vaccine.
The Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs (ODVA) is pleased to announce that residents and staff at its Oregon Veterans’ Homes in Lebanon and The Dalles received their first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine from Consonus Healthcare over the weekend.
WHITE CITY, Ore. – The White City VA Rehabilitation Center & Clinics, also known as SORCC, spent last week distributing the Moderna covid-19 vaccine to
LA GRANDE — Veterans, including those served by the La Grande VA Clinic, will be among the first in Northeast Oregon to receive the COVID-19