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Vaccination Deliberation: Learn About the COVID-19 Vaccines

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COVID vaccine options and information

You have questions, and that’s OK. We’ve tracked down the answers to common questions about the COVID-19 vaccines. Wherever you are on your journey, knowing the facts can help.

The top questions (and answers)

Let’s get you the answers you need to help you decide. Open the windows below to read the answers to the most common questions we hear. If your question isn’t listed, you can view our complete list of vaccine FAQs or submit a question of your own.

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What’s your why?

We asked community members why they decided to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Click through the photos to read their answers.

Share your why

Did these resources help you? Please consider sharing this information with the people you love.

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