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Ebola

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8/18/2022

View questions and answers about the DOD response to Ebola

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HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment

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8/18/2022

Questions and answers about HIV prevention and treatment

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DMIS ID Data Dictionary

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8/18/2022

DMIS ID Data Dictionary is published on a monthly basis.

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DMIS ID Historical File Layouts

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8/18/2022

DMIS ID Historical File Layouts are published once a month.

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DMIS ID Monthly Change September 2022

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8/18/2022

DHA publishes DMIS ID Tables monthly for the MHS. This site provides the latest version of the DMIS ID Table for viewing, printing, or downloading, along with a change

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DMIS ID Monthly September 2022

Technical Document
8/18/2022

DHA publishes DMIS ID Tables monthly for the MHS. This site provides the latest version of the DMIS ID Table for viewing, printing, or downloading, along with a change report.

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COVID-19 Vaccines

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8/17/2022

There are three types of vaccines currently available: mRNA, subunit protein, and viral vector. Pfizer and Moderna are mRNA vaccine. Novavax is a subunit protein vaccine. Janssen is a viral vector vaccine. All products resemble a virus for the immune system to fight.

COVID-19 Moderna Vaccine

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8/17/2022

Moderna and mRNA vaccines are available. Moderna includes two doses, 28 days apart.

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COVID-19 Pfizer Vaccine

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8/17/2022

Pfizer mRNA vaccines are available. Pfizer includes two doses, 21 days apart.

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COVID-19 Moderna and Pfizer Vaccines

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8/17/2022

Moderna and Pfizer mRNA vaccines are available. Moderna includes two doses, 28 days apart. Pfizer includes two doses, 21 days apart. Remember to mark your calendar and schedule time for your second dose

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Poster: Novavax Vaccine

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8/17/2022

The Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine, Adjuvanated includes two doses, 21 days apart. Remember to mark your calendar and schedule time for your second dose.

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Reproductive Health: Leave and Travel

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8/16/2022

The following questions and answers are related to medical leave and travel.

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Reproductive Health Q&A

Reproductive Health: Medical Providers

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8/16/2022

The following questions and answers are related to medical providers.

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Reproductive Health: Medical Care

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8/16/2022

The following questions and answers are related to medical care.

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Reproductive Health: Other Assistance Available

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8/16/2022

The following questions and answers are related to Other Assistance Available.

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