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Article describing how community leaders, religious leaders, and barbershops encourage vaccination in Black communities. From UC Health.

Describes how states are using many strategies to improve vaccination rates among people of color. From The Kaiser Family Foundation.

This journal article explains why community co-design improves vaccine communications. It also offers specific recommendations. From The Lancet.

This article advocates using co-design and input to improve policy outcomes. From the Stanford Social Innovation Review.

Summary of findings on vaccination intent and sources of hesitancy across different US

populations. From a representative national survey (October-December, 2020) by

the CDC.

Summary of findings on American responses to Covid-19 in December 2020. From a large national survey by the nonpartisan Pew Research Center. It also provides links to its survey questions and methods.

A survey of Covid-19 vaccine intent and hesitancy across different US populations. From The Kaiser Family Foundation, and continually updated by the KFF Vaccine Monitor.

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