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Vaccine Distribution social media toolkit

This graphic shows recommendations for priority distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. While these recommendations may be revised, you can use the graphic to help people understand how these decisions are made. For more information, see the Framework for Equitable Allocation of a COVID-19 Vaccine on the National Academies' website.

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Twitter messages:

Wondering what #COVID19 vaccine distribution will look like? This graphic shows how vaccination might be prioritized. @theNASEM www.nationalacademies.org/our-work/a-framework-for-equitable-allocation-of-vaccine-for-the-novel-coronavirus [attach graphic as an image]

Even when there is a safe and effective #COVID19 vaccine, supplies will be limited. These graphics show a recommended approach from @theNASEM. www.nationalacademies.org/our-work/a-framework-for-equitable-allocation-of-vaccine-for-the-novel-coronavirus [attach graphic as an image]

Facebook messages:

Wondering what #COVID19 vaccine distribution will look like? Check out this graphic to understand how distribution might be prioritized. www.nationalacademies.org/our-work/a-framework-for-equitable-allocation-of-vaccine-for-the-novel-coronavirus [attach graphic as an image]

Even when there is a safe and effective vaccine COVID-19 vaccine, supplies will be limited. Check out this graphic to learn more about how limited doses might be distributed. www.nationalacademies.org/our-work/a-framework-for-equitable-allocation-of-vaccine-for-the-novel-coronavirus [attach graphic as an image]

LinkedIn message:

Americans are eager to get back to “normal,” and a COVID-19 vaccine may help with that—but the initial supply of the vaccine will be limited. This new graphic shows a proposed framework for vaccination from the National Association of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. www.nationalacademies.org/our-work/a-framework-for-equitable-allocation-of-vaccine-for-the-novel-coronavirus [attach graphic as an image]

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Instagram graphics:

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For more COVID communications resources, visit publichealthcollaborative.org

Credits:

Created with an image by ulleo - "ampoules vaccination vaccine"