This video explain what type of vaccine is the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
This is a video of a physically disabled person sharing his experience of receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
This video explains if it is necessary to have a negative COVID-19 test result once infected to prove that you have recovered from the virus.
This poster answers the question if it is possible to receive the second dose of the Verocel COVID-19 vaccine if your first dose was the Covishield vaccine.
This poster explains whether or not people currently infected with COVID-19 should take the vaccine.
This poster explains that you can receive the COVID-19 vaccine free of charge when it is your turn.
This poster dispels the rumor that the COVID-19 vaccine is spreading new variants.
This poster asks the public to not be in dilemma for vaccination against COVID-19.
This poster reminds the public to take their government issued ID in order to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
This review focuses on misinformation that appeared early in the pandemic. During this phase, little was known about the virus, such as how it spread or how infected people could be treated most effectively.
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