Power and Immunity COVID-19 Vaccines Guide

National vaccination initiatives in the United States support the critical work of achieving health equity for African American, Indigenous, and other people of color. While this guide is not intended to be a persuasive tool, it has been developed to provide families and individuals with the information they need to explore concerns, answer questions, and start a conversation about general immunization and the COVID-19 vaccine.

The information you’ll find here is a brief compilation of the vast information provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and other credible sources. It also features trusted African American voices and celebrates their continued contributions in saving American lives.

 Use this guide:

  •  to supplement your own research on the vaccines;
  • to start a dialogue with your friends, physician, pastor and family members; to share accurate information on social media;
  • to get to know the contributions of African American scientists and public health advocates who are helping to bring this pandemic to an end.

The most influential voices are often those closest to you. Use this guide to help keep one another accountable as you seek out the best information for making personal and community health decisions.

From More Information: https://www.lung.org/getmedia/ec3ef385-7239-44d2-94af-c09051dfdae1/americanlungassociation_vaccineeducationtoolkit.pdf

Last updated byAnonymous on March 10, 2021