Tool Kit Supports Talk About COVID-19 Vaccines in Black Communities

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Tool Kit Supports Talk About COVID-19 Vaccines in Black Communities

Tool Kit Supports Talk About COVID-19 Vaccines in Black Communities

 

Despite being hit hardest by COVID-19, a substantial number of Black Americans continue to express skepticism about the COVID-19 vaccine. As a result, a new vaccine education tool kit aims to address their concerns and open up a dialogue within the Black community, according to a recent press release from the American Lung Association (ALA).

The “Better For It” tool kit is a joint collaboration by ALA and The Center for Black Health & Equity to provide African Americans with information on the benefits and importance of vaccinations. In addition to providing research on vaccines, the manual is intended to initiate conversations with friends, doctors, pastors and family members and serve as an authoritative source of accurate information to share on social media.

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