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Frequently Asked Questions General Vaccine Information How to Get Vaccinated Reproductive and Women’s Health Kids and Teenagers Avoiding Misinformation
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Answers to common questions about
General Vaccine Information
Key information about vaccines including safety, side effects, ingredients, and more.
Risks and benefits of each vaccine to help choose which vaccine is right for you. Available in multiple languages.
CDC: Ensuring COVID-19 Vaccine Safety
A link to CDC’s webpage that describes how we monitor the safety of vaccines.
How to Get Vaccinated
COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, and available for everyone 6 months and older.
In-Home COVID-19 Vaccines Available
A flyer that explains how to get a vaccine if you have difficulty leaving your home
Vaccine Side Effects
A link to a webpage that describes what symptoms to expect after you get a vaccine.
Digital Vaccine Record FAQ
Answers to common questions about digital vaccine records.
Vaccine Verification and Digital Vaccine Record
A short video about how to access your digital COVID-19 vaccine record.
Everyone age 6 months and older should get an updated booster dose when it is time to strengthen protection against the worst outcomes of COVID.
Boost Your Protection
A flyer that explains when and why to get a booster dose.
Reproductive and Women’s Health
COVID-19 vaccines are safe during all stages of pregnancy.
Kids and Teenagers
COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, and available for infants and children 6 months and older.
Catch Up on Checkups and Routine Vaccines
A CDC infographic that shows how checkups and routine vaccines protect a child’s health.
CDC: 6 Things to Know about Vaccination for Children
Information for parents and caregivers of young children.
CDC: The Journey of Your Child’s Vaccine
A CDC guide to how vaccines are developed, recommended, and monitored for safety
Marvel: Everyday Heroes Comic Book
A CDC guide to how vaccines are developed, recommended, and monitored for safety.
These materials show you how to find accurate information about COVID-19.
5 Ways to Spot Misinformation
A checklist to check the accuracy of COVID-19 information online.
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