The Vaccine Equity Planner identifies “vaccine deserts,” where people have little or no convenient access to vaccination.
How has the COVID-19 virus mutated over the course of the pandemic
A short video addresses concerns related to vaccine development, efficacy, and herd immunity.
A comparison of the five major vaccines--where they are available, how each works, who the vaccines are for, and more.
FAQ article, supplemented with video explanations, on the efficacy of available COVID-19 vaccines against virus variants.
Article and videos explain how the COVID-19 vaccines are developed, approved, packaged, stored, and shipped.
Review an in-depth Q&A into COVID-19 vaccine safety and possible side effects.
Essential questions and answers about the COVID-19 vaccine, including availability, development, and efficacy questions.
A brief explanation of how the COVID-19 vaccines are developed and tested safely.
Debunks myths, misinformation, and misconceptions about COVID-19, vaccines, treatments, prevention and facts.
A panel of medical experts and officials answer your questions.
Covers basic questions about COVID-19 vaccines and clinical trials.
Explains new variants emerging and how they are spreading.
Real time interactive tracker of cases in the United States
Interactive article allows you to explore the virus and how it works.
This article about and for kids answers questions about getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
Detailed scientific explanation of the impact of COVID-19 in the body.
Learn about several new strains of coronaviruses circulating the globe.
Explanations of vaccine hesitancy and how current events and history have shaped attitudes.
Students can invent ways to get vaccines to community members who may face obstacles.
Interactive graphs show the vaccinated population in each state in the US.
Multiple interactive graphs explaining the progress of different countries' vaccination rates.
Walk through the vaccine development process.
Learn about mRNA and how the latest mRNA vaccines work to protect against COVID-19.
Get answers to common questions about the COVID-19 vaccine
Explore how the vaccine rollout is going.
Effective public health communication is key to increase confidence in the COVID-19 vaccine.
A collection of resources, particularly fact sheets, to advance a racially and socially just response to COVID-19.
Direct your community to information about vaccine eligibility and where they can get vaccinated.
The speedy approach used to tackle SARS-CoV-2 could change the future of vaccine science.
A regularly-updated collection of resources for the Down Syndrome community.
Facts and FAQs for what patients and families can expect after getting the Moderna vaccine.
Learn about the sometimes long-lasting effects of COVID-19.
In-depth Q&A on vaccine efficacy, side effects, benefits, and risks.
Racial disparity data and forecasting of potential implications for COVID-19.
This video explains how mRNA vaccines work and provides an in-depth explanation of how effective the vaccines are.
This explains why you need two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines.
Learn about side effects from the COVID-19 vaccines, explaining why they are normal.
A 10-point plan to help schools promote vaccination and address hesitancy.
Schools can, and must, step in to move the conversation around vaccine hesitancy forward.
This provides a summary of how vaccines work in general and how the FDA approves vaccines.
Facts and FAQs for what patients and families should expect after getting the Pfizer vaccine.
Sign up for this free service that connects people who do not yet qualify for a vaccine but would like to get one with leftover doses.
For high school students. Uses video clips and various sources to introduce students to how vaccines work and the challenges facing public health officials.
President Biden announcement to make educators immediately eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination
Explaining the vaccine and how to support school reopening.
Use these key messages about COVID-19 vaccine to educate your communities.
"It all starts with you" - One-page poster to inform and persuade.
People who have been vaccinated can register for this system that provides health check-ins and support after vaccination.
Website and infographic explaining how mRNA COVID-19 vaccines work.
Share guidelines from the CDC for vaccinated people to keep them and their communities safe.
PDF infographic explaining how mRNA COVID-19 vaccines work.
The CDC provides recommendations for mask wearing to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Eight common questions about the COVID-19 vaccine function, side effects, and administration.
Use this presentation to describe COVID safe practices, how the virus transmits, how the vaccine works, and why everyone should get it.
This fact sheet addresses common questions about the safety and efficacy of the new vaccines.
Multiple lessons can extend to a three-week long supplemental curricular unit on COVID-19
A lesson to provide a scientific understanding of the vaccine and its effectiveness.
This lesson helps students develop reasoned claims about whether or not community members should get vaccines.
For Middle School Students: internalize key background information about the COVID-19 pandemic.
For High School Students: describe the origin and analyze the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This brief video for elementary age kids explains how vaccines generate immunity without making the patient sick.
A BBC report on recent scientific reports concluding that Covid-19 vaccines DO NOT threaten pregnancy.
Lesson plans and learning activities by age group for exploring epidemiology and how vaccines work.
Statement from the Autism Society on vaccination priority distribution.
Ariadne Labs' robust collection of vaccine delivery resources.
For teachers with very limited time: this can be used as a stand-alone activity.
This project teaches students about Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy through the lens of evidence-based argument.
Students practice and develop the ability to evaluate evidence and build strong arguments.
A 45-60 minute lesson plan for high school students. Addresses the question: How can the concept of equity be used to inform our approach to distributing vaccinations?
Learn about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected preventative and routine care.
This printable document has frequently asked questions about COVID-19 for schools, day cares, and other public centers to distribute to their communities.
Randi Weingarten responded to the Biden administration announcement challenging every state to prioritize vaccinating school staff.
AFT President Randi Weingarten reflects on the last administration, discusses AFT unions and survey data, and encourages a safe transition back to school.
Six essential pillars for reopening–testing, safety protocols, accommodations, vaccine prioritization, infection metrics, and safety committees.
A handout that addresses 8 common myths about COVID-19 vaccination in plain language.
This mini-unit provides a very engaging and timely argument writing project and assessment.
This FAQ developed for family physicians answers common questions about vaccination in plain language.
Ideas from the National Safe School Reopening Summit.
This PDF can encourage your community to get vaccinated, using messages and language that are research-based and resonate with audiences.