The Sabin Vaccine Institute's Vaccine IQ series provides basic information about vaccine concepts like herd immunity, as well as specific vaccines. Please consider sharing the videos and graphics below to spread positive, accurate information about vaccines.
VACCINE IQ VIDEO SERIES
We have provided sample social posts with YouTube links to the videos below. A preview of the second video is embedded below. Click the buttons below each tweet to watch the corresponding video.
Video One - How do vaccines work?
With the rise of the #COVID19 pandemic, there is no better time to increase your #VaccineIQ. @DrBGellin shares how #VaccinesWork in this video from @sabinvaccine. https://youtu.be/-Ths8nbI45U
Video Two - What is herd immunity?
Time to boost your #VaccineIQ! Herd immunity is a crucial component to maintaining public health. @DrBGellin explains what herd immunity is and how it helps protect us from infections. Increase your #VaccineIQ with this short clip on the topic. https://youtu.be/aB6F9PRr3RU
Video Three - Vaccine recommendations and exemptions
Should every person get every vaccine? With the current #COVID19 pandemic, vaccines are on everyone’s minds. Improve your understanding of the basics with @DrBGellin and boost your #VaccineIQ. https://youtu.be/vQwL5wVTPZY
Video Four - Why do some vaccines require multiple doses?
During #COVID19 it can be easy to fall behind on routine vaccines, especially those that require multiple doses. But sticking to the schedule and getting your booster shots is critical to your protection. @DrBGellin explains why in this #VaccineIQ video. https://youtu.be/pJKL05EnCsw
Video Five - The importance of vaccination schedules
#COVID19 is causing many people to miss out on routine vaccinations, but vaccines are the single best investment you can make to protect yourself and your health. @DrBGellin explains the importance of vaccination schedules in this #VaccineIQ video. https://youtu.be/-Bm0CU-6gNs
VACCINE IQ - SOCIAL FACT CARDS
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