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COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

With the rapidly evolving development of the COVID-19 vaccine, we know that you have questions about the vaccine. While there are still many unknowns, we have put together a few resources our members have shared with us to help you find the answers you’re looking for. We will continue to share new resources as they become available.

Vaccine Safety

Although the vaccine was developed faster than vaccines have been in the past, the same safety measures and precautions were used to develop the vaccine. The following resources explain the safety measures that were taken while developing the vaccine.

Vaccine Resource Hubs (Find answers to your FAQs)

The following resources have simple answers to FAQs, as well as a number of other resources on the COVID-19 vaccine.

The website contains answers to almost 70 questions. CHOP has also published a 3 page handout that answers many of the most commonly asked questions about mRNA vaccines - COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines: What You Should Know.

Vaccine Tracking & Technology

Vaccine Administration & Best Practices for Providers

Upcoming Events

Check back to find more information on web events related to the COVID-19 Vaccine

What to Expect When Getting the Vaccine (Side Effects)


Includes resources on making a strong recommendation, enderstanding & explaining mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, and answering vaccine recipients questions) For Medical Centers, Clinics, and Clinicians. Includes ready to use fact sheets, posters, stickers, slides, social media, and videos. Provides examples of messages polls have shown to be effective with various groups.

Contact Information


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COVID-19 Vaccines

We know you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine. There are still some unknowns, but we've been working to put together a list of resources to help you find answers you're looking for. Click here for more information.