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HHS vaccine education campaign - to convince those on the fence

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    Think this is worth sharing and taking part in, in whatever way you can.

    hhs.gov/coronavirus/education-campaign/...

    Shows what the Health and Human Services department is doing to get the word out that the vaccine is safe and worth getting, aimed at those that are against the idea of getting a shot, or especially for those on the fence and have concerns. It's an education campaign to help alleviate misconceptions, answer questions and address concerns, aiming to reach people through a combination of social media, positive news stories and educational websites.

    Their 3 part strategy is 1) Build Vaccine Confidence. 2) Preparing the nation. 3) Slowing the Spread.

    Worthwhile to take part in this campaign by helping educate anyone you know that's on the fence, or what the HHS calls 'the moveable middle' so that we can get as close to vaccinating 100% of the population as possible.

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    I know there's some that think the other way, but I hope that everyone can trust that the vaccines are safe. Yeah, it was rushed to get it out to the masses. But "rushed" doesn't always mean bad. In this case it was rushed by eliminating alot of red tape type stuff. The testing and safety stuff virtually stayed the same.
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    PentagonWall Wrote: I know there's some that think the other way, but I hope that everyone can trust that the vaccines are safe. Yeah, it was rushed to get it out to the masses. But "rushed" doesn't always mean bad. In this case it was rushed by eliminating alot of red tape type stuff. The testing and safety stuff virtually stayed the same.
    Agreed, yes it's unprecedented, but I don't think we've ever seen such a vast combined effort worldwide. The world of science came together, which I think is part of the speedy rollout.