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  1. National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW) is April 24-May 1, 2021. Use the sample key messages, social media content, and materials below in your planning and activities for NIIW to highlight the positive impact of childhood immunization.
  2. This section is an ongoing compilation of tough questions related to COVID-19, with suggested answers. Many of these topics are sensitive and often politicized. The document is designed to provide message guidance and framing for public health officials and others, and it is regularly updated to reflect new developments and emerging issues.
  3. La vaccination permet de protéger chacun de nous contre différents microbes (virus et bactéries) à l’origine de maladies infectieuses. On se vaccine pour soi-même, mais aussi pour protéger ses parents, ses enfants, ses proches, ses collègues et les autres membres de la collectivité qui ne peuvent pas être vaccinés parce que malades ou trop jeunes. Les personnes vaccinées contribuent à protéger les non-vaccinées. Ce livret répond à vos questions et peut vous permettre de mieux comprendre l’utilité des vaccins, pour faire reculer – et même disparaître – certaines maladies très graves.
  4. Guidelines for parents about the importance and safety of vaccines such as the vaccine against Diphtheria, Haemophilus influenzae type B vaccine (Hib), Hepatitis vaccines (A and B), vaccine against Influenza, as well as vaccines against other diseases such as Pertussis, Pneumococcal, Measles, BCG, Mumps, Polio, Rubella, Tetanus, Rotavirus and Varicella.
  5. Le Pr Frédéric Berard, chef de service d'allergologie et d'immunologie clinique à l'Hôpital Lyon Sud répond à 2 questions : 00:00 : Quand doit-on suspecter l'allergie ? 00:54 : Un enjeu de santé publique ?
  6. What you need to know COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. Millions of people in the United States have received COVID-19 vaccines under the most intense safety monitoring in U.S. history. CDC recommends you get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you are eligible.
  7. Many people have questions about the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccines. As vaccine recipients’ most-trusted source of information on vaccines, you play a critical role in helping vaccine recipients understand the importance of vaccination and that COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. The information on this page will help you share clear and accurate information about COVID-19 vaccines, raise awareness about the benefits of vaccination, and address common questions and concerns about what to expect when getting vaccinated.
  8. Questions and answers regarding the Emergency Use Listing (EUL) procedure for vaccines against COVID-19.
  9. Information about COVID-19 vaccines is quickly evolving and WHO will aim to update this Q&A on an ongoing basis, as we learn more.
  10. General Q & A for COVID-19 and related topics including: advices for adolescents and youth, breastfeeding, masks, children and masks. cleaning and disinfecting, climate, family planning, dexamethasone, food safety, hydroxychloroquine and others.
  11. Questions from healthcare workers regarding routine vaccination during pandemic.
  12. Series of videos on vaccine safety to improve your vaccine safety skills though short video lessons.
  13. Tools and resources include training tolls and quality improvement tools.
  14. Cette FAQ présente de façon simple et didactique les différents aspects concernant les vaccins en général et en particulier les vaccins de la COVID-19. Elle est mise à jour de façon très régulière en fonction des nouvelles connaissances et des nouveaux résultatsfrf
  15. Avec TousAntiCovid, participez à la lutte contre l’épidémie en réduisant les risques de transmission.f
  16. This vaccine education PowerPoint deck is designed for use by public health officials to increase vaccine confidence in their communities. It includes areas that you can customize with local information and data. This template was requested on behalf of county and city health departments that have limited communications capacity and resources. It was published on Jan. 27, 2021, and you can make updates as vaccine development and distribution evolve.
  17. Information for eligible adults on COVID-19 vaccination.
  18. Information and guidance on a very rare condition involving blood clots and unusual bleeding after COVID-19 vaccination.
  19. The Brown School of Public Health and Rockefeller Foundation Release recently released a COVID-19 Testing Communications Toolkit which provides messaging, illustrations, pre-made social posts, and handouts that are easy to download and use. The COVID-19 Testing Communications Toolkit is a free, public resource for anyone looking to communicate the importance of COVID-19 testing to communities across America. The evidence-based tutorials, handouts, and image library will help communicators translate public health goals into motivating, clear messages that educate Americans about why, when, and
  20. If you have been wondering when you would receive your vaccine, why you should get vaccinated and are concerned about what your are hearing about side effects, this episode of Science with 5 with WHO’s Chief Scientist Dr Soumya Swaminathan is for you.
  21. List of questions regarding the temporary suspension of COVID-19 vaccine from AstraZeneca
  22. Ready-made materials you can use to inform your healthcare teams and other staff. Medical centers, clinics, pharmacies, and clinicians can use or adapt these ready-made materials to build confidence about COVID-19 vaccination among your healthcare teams and other staff. Step 1: Educate healthcare teams and other staff. Step 2: Give them the tools they can use to educate patients and answer their questions about the vaccines.
  23. Organizations will play an important role in vaccine uptake even if they are not in the healthcare space. Employees and external audiences are increasingly depending on companies to be trusted sources for providing credible information and resources. The Institute for Public Relations (IPR) has published this in-depth guide outlining research, theories, models, levers, and research-driven recommendations to help ensure effective communication strategies for organizations worldwide.
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