COVID-19 Privacy Resources
As the situation continues to improve for the COVID-19 pandemic, VA is a key provider of the COVID-19 vaccine to all Veterans, their spouses and caregivers, and CHAMPVA recipients. Find out how to get your vaccine at a VA facility near you.
VA wants to thank each and every one of you who has taken the critical step in protecting your own health as well as the health of those around you by receiving the COVID vaccine. Now that you have been vaccinated, and always, it is important to remember to protect your personal data as well.
- VA will never ask you for your personal information in an email.
- VA will never include links that take you to a non-secure page that asks you to provide this information.
- If someone calls you about getting a vaccine, be sure to verify that they’re your VA provider.
For more tips on how to avoid COVID-19 scams, go to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website.
To help you protect your most sensitive data, we have included several resources below:
VA provides tips and tricks to help you protect your data from potential COVID-related scams.
This informational packet includes resources on identity theft scams from VA and our federal partners.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has provided a list of resources to help consumers spot and avoid the latest Coronavirus scams.
The United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) provides detailed information on scams that you may see through the mail. You can report any incidents of scams or mail fraud – especially those related to coronavirus/COVID-19, including government stimulus payments – to the USPIS.