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COVID-19 Updates for Patients

COVID-19 UPDATES FOR PATIENTS

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As the Coronavirus and its impact continues to evolve, Boston IVF remains focused on the health and safety of our patients, employees, and community. During this time, we encourage you to visit this page for the latest information regarding the steps we are taking to best serve our patients.


**In accordance with recent CDC guidelines, we highly recommend all eligible patients receive a COVID-19 vaccination/booster to further protecet themselves, family, and the community.**


PLEASE NOTE: WE CONTINUE TO REQUIRE ALL PATIENTS TO WEAR A MASK FOR ANY IN-PERSON VISIT

 

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Boston IVF
February 1, 2022

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Please continue to check this page for updates on appointment and monitoring availability.

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CDC URGENTLY ADVISES VACCINE FOR THOSE PREGNANT OR PLANNING FOR PREGNANCY  

Boston IVF
September 29, 2021

Read the new Centers for Disease Control (CDC) COVID-19 vaccination guidance for people who are pregnant or trying to become pregnant now or in the future.

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Covid-19 Vaccine GUIDelINES FOR CYCLING PATIENTS

Boston IVF
September 18, 2021

We encourage our patients to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. For most patients undergoing fertility treatment and pregnant patients, receiving the COVID-19 vaccine is the safest choice.

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Boston ivf safety & VISITOR protocols

Boston IVF
February 1, 2022

Learn about the robust guidelines and standards that Boston IVF has implemented to ensure patients remain healthy, safe and confident at our center.

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NOW OFFERING TELEHEALTH VISITS

Boston IVF
June 2, 2020

We now offer the use of telemedicine (in lieu of an in-person visit) to anyone who wishes to schedule a new appointment. 

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