Secondary symptoms of the COVID-19 vaccine indicate that your body is preparing to fight the virus! 💪 Do not believe in false rumors and #GetVaxxed

This is a tweet from Baltimore City’s Health Department explaining that the common side affects from the COVID-19 vaccine are a sign that the body is producing the antibodies necessary to fight the virus.

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COVID-19 Social Story and Activity Booklet (For Kids and Their Grown-Ups)

This booklet includes an illustrated story and activities to help parents and guardians who are contemplating the COVID-19 vaccination for their child have a conversation with their child about the vaccine. The booklet was developed and designed for print availability in health care facility waiting rooms, and can be used in other settings.

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Ginger Ale Can’t Cure COVID

This is a social media post from Baltimore City Health Department stating that although ginger ale can help settle an upset stomach, it’s not a substitute from getting the vaccine.

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    COVID-19 Vaccination Counseling: Tips for Health Providers

    These resources includes illustrated counseling scenarios that show evidence-based strategies for counseling hesitant clients on COVID-19 vaccination. This series contains scenarios of providers counseling patients with concerns about COVID-19 vaccine safety, teen vaccination, side effects, breakthrough infections, pregnancy, fertility, and unconcern about COVID-19.

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      COVID-19 Vaccines Scripts: Baltimore City

      This powerpoint presentation consists of scripts and comics developed by Baltimore City Health Department and Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs to encourage residents to take the COVID-19 vaccine. The topics covered include: side effects, vaccine safety, fertility, teen vaccination, pregnant client, and not being concerned about COVID-19.

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