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This webpage provides an accurate summary of common side effects and helpful tips on how to deal with them. The information is available in multiple languages. It also includes links for further reading. 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.

This webpage details the benefits of Covid-19 vaccination based on up-to-date medical evidence. It also includes links for further reading. From the CDC.

This slide deck summarizes studies on vaccine effectiveness over time. From the CDC.

This webpage provides up-to-date information on boosters. From the CDC.

This article explains the years of research and financial investment that enabled successful Covid-19 vaccine development. From the scientific journal Nature.

This webpage provides a comprehensive list of resources to learn more about vaccines. Topics include medical evidence related to vaccine safety, vaccine safety monitoring systems, and how specific vaccines work. From the CDC.

This webpage provides a comprehensive FAQ citing key medical evidence on the Johnson & Johnson / Janssen Covid-19 vaccine. From the FDA.

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 webpage provides up-to-date clinical considerations for the three Covid-19 vaccines authorized for use in the U.S. It includes comparisons between vaccines and links for further information on specific vaccines. From the CDC.

This webpage provides the latest updates on the J&J/Janssen Covid-19 vaccine. From the CDC.

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