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Celebrating Women in Science

This Women's History Month, join us in honoring the achievement of women in science and continue to protect our communities by encouraging those around you to stay up to date with COVID vaccines.

Resources About Long COVID

Outreach resources about Long COVID and how to prevent it.

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Addressing Vaccine Misconceptions

Tools to help you respond to common misconceptions about COVID-19 and the vaccines.

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CDC Guidance and Recommendations

The latest authoritative information from CDC to guide your outreach efforts.

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Toolkits Updated COVID Vaccines Toolkit

Updated COVID Vaccines Toolkit

Outreach resources explaining eligibility for updated COVID vaccines.

Video Ask A Doctor: Why do children, especially Black and Latino children, need COVID-19 vaccines?

Ask a Doctor: Why Do Children, Especially Black and Latino Children, Need COVID-19 Vaccines?

Short video with pediatrician Dr. Rhea Boyd, explaining why children, especially Black and Latino children, need to be vaccinated against COVID.

Social Media COVID Facts: It's Time

COVID Facts: It's Time

A static image explaining that if you got your last COVID vaccine or booster before September 2022, you should get an updated COVID vaccine.

About the Campaign

The HHS COVID-19 public education campaign is a national initiative to increase public confidence in and uptake of COVID-19 vaccines while reinforcing basic prevention measures such as mask wearing and social distancing. The campaign also increases awareness about COVID treatments and heightens urgency to talk to a doctor at first sign of symptoms.

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Before you reach out, be sure you have current, accurate information.

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