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All of this information comes from credible and expert scientific sources.

This article delineates the importance of transparent and clear risk communication. From Scientific American.

This interview with Dr. Fauci clarifies current knowledge and concerns on the Delta variant. From NPR. 

This webpage summarizes the information on all SARS-CoV-2 variants to date. From the CDC.

This webpage summarizes the latest updates on Covid-19 vaccines, including their effectiveness against new virus variants. From the CDC.

This article summarizes findings on American responses to Covid-19 from a large, recent national survey (Feb. 2021). It also provides links to its survey questions and methodology. From the nonpartisan Pew Research Center.

This peer-reviewed journal article focuses on women in the U.S. who are the primary healthcare decision makers in their families and are vaccine-hesitant. It explores reasons underlying their hesitancy. It is a part of a special issue on vaccine hesitancy. From Vaccine.

This peer-reviewed article presents comparative findings on vaccine acceptance from a large, recent international survey (June 2020). It includes adults from 19 countries heavily affected by the pandemic. From the scientific journal Nature.

This webpage provides the latest information on the Delta variant. From the CDC.

This article outlines why the FDA approved the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine. From the FDA.

This FAQ webpage includes evidence on how full vaccination provides better protection than having had Covid-19. From the CDC.

This article explains how immunity works with Covid-19 vaccination vs infection. From Yale Medicine.

This webpage summarizes the latest information on Covid-19 vaccination for children and teens. From the CDC. 

This webpage summarizes data on Covid-19 vaccination in children aged 5 to 11 years. From the FDA.

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