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FACTS ON COVID VAX
This video recording is for educational purposes only. The information contained in this video is current as of January 9, 2022 and does not replace expert medical advice. For specific questions that relate to you or your family’s health, please consult your primary care provider. We would also like to refer you to official government and local health websites such as the CDC, DOH and WHO to obtain more information about Covid-19 and Covid-19 vaccination: Links available on the left side panel.
COVID-19 Vaccination CDC Resources
Recipient Education Toolkit For Healthcare Professionals:
Talking to Recipients about COVID-19 Vaccines
Many people have questions about the new coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccines. As vaccine recipients’ most-trusted source of information on vaccines, you play a critical role in helping them understand the importance of COVID-19 vaccination, as well as if and when it is likely to be recommended for them. The materials include proven communication strategies and tips for effectively setting expectations and addressing questions from COVID-19 vaccine recipients.
CDC provides answers- About Vaccines, Vaccine Storage and Handling, Vaccine indications, Vaccine Documentation, and Vaccine Safety and Efficacy
Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Vaccination
Answers commonly asked questions about COVID-19 vaccination- About Vaccines, Getting ,Vaccinated, Vaccine distribution, and Vaccine safety
Myths and Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines
Now that there are authorized and recommended COVID-19 vaccines in the United States, accurate vaccine information is critical. How do you know which sources of COVID-19 vaccine information are accurate? It can be difficult to know which sources of information you can trust. Learn more about credible vaccine information at this CDC site.
Engaging in Effective COVID-19 Vaccine Conversations
Healthcare professionals can use these techniques and resources to discuss COVID-19 vaccination with patients.. Whether you have these discussions with your patients during an in-person office visit, through messages on your patient portal, at a telemedicine appointment, or during consultation, your strong vaccine recommendation is the most important part of the conversation.