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COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

This webpage is intended to provide existing resources from both local and national agencies related to the COVID-19 vaccine. Resources and information will be added and updated often as new developments occur.

To date, two vaccines have been granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the FDA to prevent COVID-19 for individuals 16 years and older. Below you will find a number of resources for you to share with your care providers and patients.

Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine

EUA granted December 11, 2020

Download Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine fact sheet

Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine

EUA granted December 18, 2020

Download Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine fact sheet

Reporting Adverse Events

The CDC and FDA encourage anyone who experiences any problems after vaccination to report including patients and parents. Healthcare providers are required by law to report certain problems

Individuals are able to report by going online and report an event or by downloading and filling out the PDF form and uploading it to the VAERS website.

For assistance in reporting to VAERS, email [email protected] or call 1-800-822-7967.

Vaccine Distribution

Each county prioritizes its vaccine distribution according to their populations. It can be different from county to county. The following sites provide information about the vaccine distribution as well as how to book an appointment for individuals who are eligible under the current vaccine phase:

Communication Tools

Educating our healthcare workers and community members about the importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccine is essential to help slow the spread. We must be able to address concerns and debunk common myths with evidence-based facts to gain the trust of your intended audience. Below you will find a number of toolkits developed to help you communicate the importance of getting vaccinated. These toolkits include fact sheets and FAQs, posters, talking points, PowerPoint presentations, social media, and videos.

The Ad Council unveiled the results of market research into effective messages for vaccine-hesitant community members. Below are additional resources by the Ad Council based on the findings.