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Correcting this week's vaccine misinformation

We are checking the facts on the claims we see on social media this week.

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Correcting this week’s misinformation: week of February 29, 2024

This week, we debunk COVID vaccine safety myths, clarify HPV vaccine concerns, and address misinformation about blood donation eligibility after vaccination. We also take a look at how VAERS data is used and the scientific evidence supporting vaccine safety.

Correcting this week’s misinformation: week of February 22, 2024

Are unvaccinated people unhealthy? Has the COVID vaccine saved any lives? Are childhood vaccines unnecessary? We'll get you the facts in this week's newsletter.

Correcting this week’s misinformation: week of February 15, 2024

This week's newsletter debunks mRNA vaccine harm to unborn babies, mumps fraud claims, and misleading COVID death comparisons.


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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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