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Nebraska and National DATA on Vaccination Status
PowerPoints in Different Languages for Use at Events to Encourage Vaccination
COVID Vaccination Social Media Posts that are Ready to Go
COVID Vaccine Printable Information
COVID Vaccination Video Communication Resources I can Use for Education
Influenza Vaccination Resources
Other Sources to Help with COVID Myths
Information on Vaccine Confidence and Hesitancy
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Funding Opportunities

United Healthcare (UHC) Medicaid/UNMC College of Public Health - October 2021

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Nebraska and National Data on Vaccination Status

  1. Nebraska Interactive COVID Vaccination County Map
  2. Nebraska COVID-19 Pediatric Deaths vs Influenza Deaths
  3. Explore Current COVID-19 Cases, Deaths, Testing, Hospitalizations, and Ventilators in Use by County
  4. Data on Vaccination Equity, Outcomes by County, Trends, & More
  5. COVID Vaccinations Among Pregnant People Aged 18-49 in the US

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PowerPoints in different languages for use at events to encourage vaccination
  1. English
  2. Spanish
  3. Somali
  4. Vietnamese

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COVID Vaccination Social Media Posts that are Ready to Go
  1. Trusted Voices Social Media Posts
  2. National Rural Health Resource Information Social Media Posts:

Learn. Understand. Decide. The COVID-19 vaccine is our shot at a healthier tomorrow. If you’re deciding if the vaccine is right for you, don’t miss your shot to learn the facts:
  • There are no live viruses in the COVID-19 vaccine
  • You cannot get COVID-19 from the authorized vaccinations
  • COVID-19 vaccines do not interact with your DNA in any way
  • Getting vaccinated protects you—and those around you
    In (name)_county, contact (phone number) for an appointment

COVID-19 can take lives—the COVID-19 vaccine will save lives. The vaccine is our shot to stop the spread of COVID-19 and return to life as it was. When more people are vaccinated, more people stay healthy, businesses remain open, and communities reconnect. Getting the COVID-19 vaccine is a chance to protect yourself—and others.

Learn more. Know more. Ending this pandemic is a group effort and we need to use every tool available. The COVID-19 vaccine is a safe, effective way to protect our families, and communities. If people don’t get the virus, they don’t spread the virus—which is why vaccination is so important to end the COVID-19 pandemic. The approved vaccines don’t use any form of COVID-19 nor impact DNA.

Learn. Understand. Decide. Some people think the COVID-19 vaccine was developed too quickly—but guess what? It wasn't! Before the novel coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, scientists researched similar coronaviruses called SARS and MERS. This past research provided the head start needed to develop the COVID-19 vaccination. Technologies behind the vaccine were built on decades of research and experience.

Protect yourself, your family, and your community with the COVID-19 vaccine. Long-term protection from COVID-19 beats possible short-term side effects. While many people don’t get side effects after the shot, some people develop side effects. This is normal and means the body is building immunity against COVID-19.

The COVID-19 vaccines teach your body’s immune system how to recognize and fight the virus that causes COVID-19 without having to use any form of the virus. You cannot get COVID-19 from the COVID-19 vaccine. The COVID-19 is our shot to for a healthier tomorrow. We can end this pandemic. Together. Learn. Understand. Decide.
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COVID Vaccine Printable Information
  1. Printable Trusted Voices Materials
  2. Printable Vaccine Information Fact Sheets in Multiple Languages


    English - Peds Fact Sheet
    English - Long Fact Sheet
    English - Short Fact Sheet

    Spanish - Peds Fact Sheet
    Spanish - Long Fact Sheet
    Spanish - Short Fact Sheet
    Spanish - PowerPoint (Narrated)

    Arabic - Peds Fact Sheet
    Arabic - Long Fact Sheet
    Arabic - Short Fact Sheet

    Burmese - Peds Fact Sheet
    Burmese - Long Fact Sheet
    Burmese - Short Fact Sheet
    Burmese - PowerPoint (Narrated)
    Burmese - PowerPoint (No Narration)

    Dari - Peds Fact Sheet
    Dari - Long Fact Sheet
    Dari - Short Fact Sheet
    Pashto - Peds Fact Sheet
    Pashto - Long Fact Sheet
    Pashto - Short Fact Sheet
    S'gaw Karen - Peds Fact Sheet
    S'gaw Karen - Long Fact Sheet
    S'gaw Karen - Short Fact Sheet
    Somali - Peds Fact Sheet
    Somali - Long Fact Sheet
    Somali - Short Fact Sheet
    Somali - PowerPoint (Narrated)
    Vietnamese - Peds Fact Sheet
    Vietnamese - Long Fact Sheet
    Vietnamese - Short Fact Sheet
    Vietnamese - PowerPoint (Narrated)

    Karenni - Long Fact Sheet
    Karenni - Short Fact Sheet

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COVID Vaccination Video Communication Resources I Can Use for Education

Trusted Voices Media Campaign Videos:

COVID and Getting Back to Normal:

Additional Video Resources:

Ad Council Video Materials: All Approved by the CDC to Help Augment Education:

The COVID Vaccine is our Chance:

Why Should My Teen Get the COVID-19 Vaccine?:

How do the COVID-19 Vaccines Protect Me?:

Unity Across the Americas - Pope Francis Message with Priests from around the Latino World on Importance of Vaccinations:

English Subtitles

Spanish Subtitles

COVID and the Tuskegee, Alabama Study: Multiple Viewpoints:

COVID and Getting Back to Normal:

 Former US Presidents & First Ladies Promoting Vaccinations:

Rock Band 'Foreigner' Lead Singer on COVID Vaccine Myths:

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Influenza Vaccination Resources

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Other Sources to Help with COVID Myths

Misinformation is false information shared by people who do not intend to mislead others.
Disinformation is false information deliberately created and disseminated with malicious intent.

Both types of bad information can affect vaccine confidence and vaccination rates. Most misinformation and disinformation that has circulated about COVID-19 vaccines has focused on vaccine development, safety, and effectiveness, as well as general COVID-19 denialism.

  1. COVID-19 Vaccines: How Do We Know They Are Safe?
  2. United Healthcare Vaccine FAQ’s English
  3. United Healthcare Vaccine FAQ’s Spanish
  4. CDC How to Address COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation
  5. CDC Myths and Facts about COVID-19 vaccines
  6. CDC Science Briefs
  7. JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) Surveillance for Adverse Events After COVID-19 mRNA Vaccination – Published Online, September 3, 2021
  8. MMWR Journal Sustained Effectiveness of Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna Vaccines Against COVID-19 Associated Hospitalizations Among Adults — United States, March–July 2021
  9. MMWR Journal New COVID-19 Cases and Hospitalizations Among Adults, by Vaccination Status — New York, May 3–July 25, 2021
  10. Los Angeles County: COVID-19 Vaccine Myths and Facts 8/21/2021. Addresses 13 COVID-19 vaccine myths in a 6 page handout

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Information on Vaccine Confidence and Hesitancy

Definition of Vaccine Confidence

The CDC defines vaccine confidence as the trust that parents, patients, or providers have in:

Vaccination Status and Intent by Demographics for Nebraska


Data on COVID-19 vaccine confidence for
Nebraska can be found at the link below,

Select Nebraska under the Jurisdiction tab.

Click Here.


Additional Confidence & Hesitancy Resource Links:

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