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Correcting this week's vaccine misinformation

Get the facts about various vaccine claims you might have seen on the internet this week with our weekly newsletter.

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Correcting this week’s misinformation: week of September 21, 2023

Did the HPV vaccine in India harm girls? Were COVID-19 vaccines designed to create clots? Is COVID-19 vaccination dangerous for athletes? We have all the details in this week's newsletter.

Correcting this week’s misinformation: week of September 14, 2023

This week we look into whether the COVID vaccines harm your immune system, if lockdowns are coming back, and if flu vaccines are effective or not.

Correcting this week’s misinformation: week of August 31, 2023

Do COVID vaccines make you more likely to die? Do they cause cancer? Do you REALLY need the flu vaccine? We answer some common questions in this week's issue.


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Read through our vaccine hesitancy toolkit to better understand why people might believe disinformation, and why it is important to talk to vaccine hesitant people. Then read the family advocacy toolkit to learn about other ways to advocate for vaccines and what you can do to address false claims when you see them on social media.

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