P.A.V.E. Project

The P.A.V.E. (Partnering for Vaccine Equity) Project aims to understand why some people are hesitant about vaccines, and work together with communities, make people trust vaccines more and make it easier for everyone to get vaccinated.

The P.A.V.E. Project seeks to gather insights on vaccine perceptions, including willingness, concerns, and satisfaction, to inform public health strategies and communication efforts.

There is a lot of misinformation shared on social media and the internet about COVID-19 and the COVID-19 vaccine. Be sure to stop and investigate the source of the information you read and ask your health care provider about it.

Is your COVID-19 information coming from a trusted source? Inaccurate information about COVID-19 vaccine is spreading faster than the virus. You can help stop the spread of incorrect information by fact-checking information, only sharing content you know is based on science, and speaking with medical professionals about COVID-19.

Do you have questions about COVID-19 vaccines? We are here to help. Talk to your health care provider about the facts. Learn more at AAHealth.org/covid19.

Misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines is everywhere. Trust your health care provider and talk to them about the science behind the vaccines. Learn more at AAHealth.org/covid19.
#ThisIsOurShot #VaccinesSaveLives

The flu vaccine is especially important for pregnant patients. Pregnant patients can be at a higher risk of getting extremely sick from the flu.

The flu shot helps protect you and your baby from flu illness for several months after their birth before they are old enough to be vaccinated.

Pregnant people have a higher risk of getting severely ill from COVID-19. Vaccination can protect you from getting severely ill from COVID-19. #ivax2protect

#FunFact COVID-19 vaccination among pregnant people is associated with about 60% reduced risk of COVID-19 hospitalization in babies younger than 6 months old. People who are pregnant, may become pregnant, or are breastfeeding should be sure to get vaccinated against COVID-19. #ivax2protect

COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy is recommended to prevent severe illness and death in pregnant women. Infants are at risk for COVID-19-associated complications, including respiratory failure and other life-threatening complications. #ivax2protect #GetVaccinated

Vaccines are the backbone of public health, and they save lives. Vaccines are the safest and most effective tool we have for preventing potentially life-threatening diseases in children, adolescents and adults.

Vaccines offer your body protection from life-threatening viruses. Vaccines allow your body to build up protection against viruses, allowing the body to recognize and fight viruses in the future.

COVID-19 and influenza vaccines are safe and effective. Eligible adults should stay up to date on these vaccines to protect themselves and others from illness and hospitalization.

Without high immunization levels, communities are at risk for vaccine-preventable diseases and outbreaks. Getting vaccinated helps protect you and those you interact with from serious outcomes related to illness.

#Fluseason is here! Everyone 6 months and older should get a flu shot. Even better? Everyone 5 years and older can get their flu shot and #COVID19vaccine at the same time. Both vaccines are safe and effective, protecting you from a severe illness. Learn more and register to receive your vaccines today at AAHealth.org/immunizations.

We may be tired of #COVID19, but the virus is not tired of us. Vaccine-preventable diseases remain a threat to our health, so make sure you're up to date on recommended vaccines!

Vaccines use very small amounts of antigens to help your immune system recognize and learn to fight serious diseases. Antigens are parts of germs that cause the body’s immune system to go to work!

The best time to get a flu vaccine is before the end of October. However, as long as the flu viruses are circulating, you can get vaccinated.