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

Advice, materials and templates for reaching different communities. From the CDC.

This article explains how 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.

This article notes that different sources of hesitancy can be addressed in similar ways. From The Washington Post.

This excellent clearinghouse provides extensive research and media on global vaccine hesitancy.

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

Summary of findings on vaccination intent and sources of hesitancy in the U.S. From a representative national survey by the CDC (February 2021).

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


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