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Stop COVID-19 – Vaccine education and outreach materials

These educational materials are available for use by vaccine providers, community-based organizations, state and local government, and others to use in their public outreach and messaging efforts.

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Trust the Facts - Get the Vax campaign materials

COVID-19 vaccine updates

Before and after being vaccinated

Guide to hosting a forum on the COVID-19 vaccine

Education and outreach materials in other languages

Materials for teens and young adults

Materials for refugees, immigrants, and migrants

The National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants (NRC-RIM), funded by the CDC, has free, customizable and translated campaigns for anyone to use. Materials are available in 30+ languages that are representative of refugee populations arriving in the US and living in Massachusetts.

Get The Facts Campaign: The Get the Facts campaign is based on CDC guidance, offering facts about COVID-19 vaccines in a simple and memorable way that counters common misconceptions. Materials include social media graphics, short and long fact sheets, an “after you're vaccinated” fact sheet, and audio and video PSAs.

Get Vaccinated Campaign: The Get Vaccinated campaign was developed in partnership with communities and is responsive to community concerns and motivators. Materials include social media graphics and posters.

Materials for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities

CDC created materials to help make communicating about COVID-19 a little easier. These materials (also available in Spanish) cover 5 topics: getting the COVID-19 shot, washing your hands, getting a COVID-19 test, as well as wearing a mask and keeping a safe distance until you have gotten your shot. Choose from videos, posters, social stories, and interactive activities to best meet your communication needs.

CDC COVID-19 vaccine materials

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