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11/3/2021 - COVID-19 Vaccine for children 5-11 authorized from Public Health Insider
11/1/2021 - Ask Miss Rona - COVID-19 Booster Shots from Public Health Insider
11/1/2021 - When can kids under 12 get their shots? Here's the timeline - from NPR News
10/28/2021 -Information on boosters, including boosters for Johnson and Johnson, Moderna, and mixing and matching booster shots - from Dear Pandemic
10/7/2021 - FAQ on Vaccines, including Booster Shots - from International Community Health Services.
Is your Vaccine Card missing? Here are other ways of getting proof of vaccination:
For more information, please see this page, Access Your Family's Immunization Information, from the Washington State Department of Health.
from Between Us, About Us
This video describes the approval process for vaccinations, how vaccinations work, and what it means to experience side effects after getting the shots.
from Dear Pandemic
To use Google to find the very latest news on COVID-19 vaccines, enter search terms and click on the Enter key. Use the tools button on the right side of the menu bar. Another set of options will appear on the right. Us Any Time on the left side of this bar to select a time period.
Watch this video from the RTC Library on Vaccines and Misinformation and check out the Fake News video series playlist on YouTube for more about digital disinformation.
Thursdays, July 8, 15 & 22, 5-7pm
KVRU is collaborating with BIPOC leaders, medical educators, and caretakers from the south end of Seattle to facilitate critical conversations around the health implications of the COVID-19 vaccine. Each part of the series will focus on a specific community and will feature leaders from that community – Black & African communities (July 8), Indigenous and Native American communities (July 15), and immigrant and refugee communities (July 22).
Noha Aboelata, MD explains how scientists were able to develop the COVID vaccines so quickly.
Valerie Montgomery Rice, MD explains the COVID vaccine research process and how communities of color were included.