COVID-19 Vaccines

COVID-19 Vaccines

CDC COVID-19 Data Tracker: Vaccination Trends

NY Times: COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker

The Journalist’s Resource: COVID-19 Booster Shot Tip Sheet

Vaccine Spotter
Track COVID-19 vaccine availability by state.

Vaccine Education Toolkit
Produced by NAB and RJI, the provides in-depth insights into exclusive nationwide research regarding Americans’ attitudes toward the vaccines, what information the public is seeking about the vaccine and the potential effectiveness of various vaccine education messages.

The Journalist’s Resource: Vaccine Resources
A deep archive of research on COVID-19 vaccines.

The Journalist’s Resource: Vaccine Hesitancy Research and Data Sources Roundup

First Draft News: Vaccine Insights Hub
Insights, intelligence and reporting guidance on emerging health and vaccine misinformation.

GIJN: How to Investigate COVID-19 Vaccine Contracts

NY Times: Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine, Explained

BBC: COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Database

NY Times: How the Pfizer Vaccine Works

CoVaxxy
Visualizing the relationship between COVID-19 vaccine adoption and online (mis)information> From Indiana University’s Observatory on Social Media.

NPR: Why is it So Hard to Figure out Where to Get the Vaccine

PolitiFact/Poynter: What Journalists Need to Know About the COVID-19 Vaccine

Journalist’s Resource: Covering Stories About Vaccine Hesitancy: 6 Tips for Journalists

HealthAffairs: Vaccines Less Effective Where Virus is Raging

NPR: Anti-Vaxxers Could Hurt Efforts to End Pandemic

GIJN: What Journalists Should be Asking the Drug Companies About the Vaccine

The Journalist’s Resource: COVID-19 Vaccines During Pregnancy — What the Research Shows

IJNet: Tips for Journalists Reporting on COVID-19 Vaccines

IJNET: Five Tips for Local Media Covering Vaccines

First Draft News: COVID-19 Misinformation and Data Deficits on Social Media
Identified dominant vaccine narratives on social media platforms in English, French and Spanish online communities which could erode public trust in a COVID-19 vaccine, and vaccines more generally. The research was conducted this summer by First Draft, amid growing concern that dangerous narratives and conspiracy theories may result in increasing vaccine skepticism.

FDA: Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee

Journalist’s Resource: COVID-19 Vaccines During Pregnancy: What Research Shows

CDC: Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices

CNN: When Can I Get a Coronavirus Vaccine?

Washington Post: What You Need to Know About the Pfizer and Moderna Coronavirus Vaccines

Journalist’s Resource: Three Questions About Coronavirus Vaccine Safety, Distribution and Adoption

NPR: Are COVID-19 Vaccines Safe for Children?

NYT The Upshot: What You Can Do Post-Vaccine and When

Politico: Why Social Media Can’t Shut Down Vaccine Misinformation

The Hill: CDC’s New Guidelines for People with Underlying Conditions

BGR: There’s One Major Problem with Coronavirus Vaccines

NAB and RJI Research Provides Guidance for Journalists on Trusted Messengers and Effective Messaging for COVID-19 Vaccine Education

CNN: Vaccine Scams

Twitter List: Black Health Experts on COVID-19

50 Experts to Trust in a Pandemic

MIT Technology Lab: Ingredients in Pfizer’s Vaccine?

NPR: What Scientists Think of Moderna’s COVID-19 Vaccine

Journalist’s Resource: How to Spot Bias in Randomized Clinical Trials

American Immunization Registry Association

State: COVID-19 Drugs & Vaccine Tracker
Keep up on drugs and vaccines under development. Note that the site is sponsored by Johnnson & Johnson.

Google Scholar: Articles on Coronavirus Vaccine Research

Association of Healthcare Journalists: COVID-19 Vaccine Tipsheet

SciLine: COVID-19 Vaccines and Therapeutics
Media briefing from June 2020. Good for sourcing.

Public Health COVID-19 Expert Database
Find experts who can talk about vaccines.

Mayo Clinic: Coronavirus Vaccine Fact Sheet

National Geographic: COVID-19 Vaccines to Follow

Poynter: Moderna’s Vaccine – Here’s What We Don’t Know

Journalist Resource Hub on Vaccines and Immunizations
From Immunization Advocates

Covering COVID-19 Vaccines in a Responsible Manner
Slides and resources from an October 2020 Pan American Health Organization panel.

NY Times: Why Vaccinated People Still Need to Wear Masks

Association of Health Care Journalists: How Journalists Can Respond to COVID-19 Deniers


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