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This study explores narratives of trust from White and African American adults about the U.S. healthcare system. Published in Social Science and Medicine.

This report summarizes advice for decision-makers drawn from social and behavioral science findings. From the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine.

This webpage provides the latest fact sheets on the Pfizer-BioNtech Covid-19 vaccine authorized for use in children. From the FDA.

This webpage summarizes medical experts’ review of scientific evidence related to the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. From the CDC.

This webpage summarizes medical experts’ review of scientific evidence related to the Moderna vaccine. From the CDC.

This webpage summarizes medical experts’ review of scientific evidence related to the Johnson & Johnson / Janssen vaccine. From the CDC.

This article examines Covid-19 vaccine development in the larger context of racial equity in medical research. From the Kaiser Family Foundation.

This article highlights the importance of representation in clinical trials and Covid-19 vaccine researchers’ efforts to recruit minorities. From the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Up-to-date statistics on vaccination globally. From Our World in Data. 

This webpage provides an accurate and accessible overview of how viral vector vaccines work in multiple languages. It includes links to further information from the FDA. From the CDC.

This webpage provides an accurate and accessible overview of how vaccines work in multiple languages. It includes links to further reading on specific Covid-19 vaccines and medical evidence. From the CDC.

This paper discusses how misinformation spreads and how to debunk it. Published in Psychological Science in the Public Interest.

This webpage provides an accurate and accessible overview of how vaccines work in multiple languages. It includes links to further reading on specific Covid-19 vaccines and medical evidence. From the CDC.

This webpage provides an accurate and concise FAQ on Covid-19 vaccines. The information is available in multiple languages and includes links for further reading. From the CDC.

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