Get the Facts Campaign

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About this campaign

The Get the Facts campaign is based on CDC guidance, offering facts about COVID-19 vaccines in a simple and memorable way that counters common misconceptions. These facts address cost, ingredients, side effects, eligibility and more.

Each set of materials includes translations in more than 30 languages as well as the ability for you to customize the logo, URL, photo and more. Learn how to customize your campaign using our drag-and-drop templates with this video

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How to use social media assets on Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp

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How to use fact sheets effectively

  • Consider customizing these fact sheets using the provided templates so that the images used reflect your target communities. 
  • Print and distribute fact sheets through various community locations and trusted organizations working with RIM communities. Some ideas include faith-based organizations, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), youth groups, consulates and K-12 schools. Ask employers to put them in break rooms. You can also try libraries, community centers, farmers’ markets, grocery stores, laundromats and other high-traffic places.
  • Share them on social media or on text-based apps like WhatsApp by taking a screenshot or converting the PDF to an image. Consider copy/pasting some of the statements from the fact sheet as your caption.
  • Give a presentation using the information found on the long fact sheet. You can copy/paste information into a PowerPoint or use it as your presentation script.

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How to use fact sheets effectively

  • Consider customizing these fact sheets using the provided templates so that the images used reflect your target communities. 
  • Print and distribute fact sheets through various community locations and trusted organizations working with RIM communities. Some ideas include faith-based organizations, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), youth groups, consulates and K-12 schools. Ask employers to put them in break rooms. You can also try libraries, community centers, farmers’ markets, grocery stores, laundromats and other high-traffic places.
  • Share them on social media or on text-based apps like WhatsApp by taking a screenshot or converting the PDF to an image. Consider copy/pasting some of the statements from the fact sheet as your caption.
  • Give a presentation using the information found on the long fact sheet. You can copy/paste information into a PowerPoint or use it as your presentation script.

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How to use fact sheets effectively

  • Consider customizing these fact sheets using the provided templates so that the images used reflect your target communities. 
  • Print and distribute fact sheets through various community locations and trusted organizations working with RIM communities. Some ideas include faith-based organizations, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), youth groups, consulates and K-12 schools. Ask employers to put them in break rooms. You can also try libraries, community centers, farmers’ markets, grocery stores, laundromats and other high-traffic places.
  • Share them on social media or on text-based apps like WhatsApp by taking a screenshot or converting the PDF to an image. Consider copy/pasting some of the statements from the fact sheet as your caption.
  • Give a presentation using the information found on the long fact sheet. You can copy/paste information into a PowerPoint or use it as your presentation script.

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How to use fact sheets effectively

  • Consider customizing these fact sheets using the provided templates so that the images used reflect your target communities. 
  • Print and distribute fact sheets through various community locations and trusted organizations working with RIM communities. Some ideas include faith-based organizations, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), youth groups, consulates and K-12 schools. Ask employers to put them in break rooms. You can also try libraries, community centers, farmers’ markets, grocery stores, laundromats and other high-traffic places.
  • Share them on social media or on text-based apps like WhatsApp by taking a screenshot or converting the PDF to an image. Consider copy/pasting some of the statements from the fact sheet as your caption.
  • Give a presentation using the information found on the long fact sheet. You can copy/paste information into a PowerPoint or use it as your presentation script.

Expand all

How to use fact sheets effectively

  • Consider customizing these fact sheets using the provided templates so that the images used reflect your target communities. 
  • Print and distribute fact sheets through various community locations and trusted organizations working with RIM communities. Some ideas include faith-based organizations, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), youth groups, consulates and K-12 schools. Ask employers to put them in break rooms. You can also try libraries, community centers, farmers’ markets, grocery stores, laundromats and other high-traffic places.
  • Share them on social media or on text-based apps like WhatsApp by taking a screenshot or converting the PDF to an image. Consider copy/pasting some of the statements from the fact sheet as your caption.
  • Give a presentation using the information found on the long fact sheet. You can copy/paste information into a PowerPoint or use it as your presentation script.
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Ready-to-Use Version
Amharic | Arabic | Burmese | Dari | Dinka | English | Farsi | French | Haitian Creole | Chin Hakha | Hmong | (Sgaw) Karen | Karenni | KinyarwandaKorean | Lao | Lingala | Mam | Marshallese | Nepali | Oromo | Pashto | PortugueseRussian | Sango | Simplified Chinese | Sinhala | Somali | Spanish | Swahili (Congolese) | Swahili (East Africa) | Tagalog | Tamil | Telugu | Tigrinya | Traditional Chinese | Ukrainian | Urdu | Vietnamese


Customizable Version
Amharic | Arabic | Burmese | Dari | Dinka | English | Farsi | French | Haitian Creole | Chin Hakha | Hmong | (Sgaw) Karen | Karenni | KinyarwandaKorean | Lao | Lingala | Mam | Marshallese | Nepali | Oromo | Pashto | PortugueseRussian | Sango | Simplified Chinese | Sinhala | Somali | Spanish | Swahili (Congolese) | Swahili (East Africa) | Tagalog | Tamil | Telugu | Tigrinya | Traditional Chinese | Ukrainian | Urdu | Vietnamese

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How to use fact sheets effectively

  • Consider customizing these fact sheets using the provided templates so that the images used reflect your target communities. 
  • Print and distribute fact sheets through various community locations and trusted organizations working with RIM communities. Some ideas include faith-based organizations, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), youth groups, consulates and K-12 schools. Ask employers to put them in break rooms. You can also try libraries, community centers, farmers’ markets, grocery stores, laundromats and other high-traffic places.
  • Share them on social media or on text-based apps like WhatsApp by taking a screenshot or converting the PDF to an image. Consider copy/pasting some of the statements from the fact sheet as your caption.
  • Give a presentation using the information found on the long fact sheet. You can copy/paste information into a PowerPoint or use it as your presentation script.
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Ready-to-Use Version
Amharic | Arabic | Burmese | Dari | Dinka | English | Farsi | French | Haitian Creole | Chin Hakha | Hmong | (Sgaw) Karen | Karenni | Kinyarwanda | Korean | Lao | Lingala | Mam | Marshallese | Nepali | Oromo | Pashto | PortugueseRussian | Sango | Simplified Chinese | Sinhala | Somali | Spanish | Swahili (Congolese) | Swahili (East Africa) | Tagalog | Tamil | Telugu | Tigrinya | Traditional Chinese | Ukrainian | Urdu | Vietnamese


Customizable Version
Amharic | Arabic | Burmese | Dari | Dinka | English | Farsi | French | Haitian Creole | Chin Hakha | Hmong | (Sgaw) Karen | Karenni | Kinyarwanda | Korean | Lao | Lingala | Mam | Marshallese | Nepali | Oromo | Pashto | PortugueseRussian | Sango | Simplified Chinese | Sinhala | Somali | Spanish | Swahili (Congolese) | Swahili (East Africa) | Tagalog | Tamil | Telugu | Tigrinya | Traditional Chinese | Ukrainian | Urdu | Vietnamese

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Ready-to-Use Version
Amharic | Arabic | Burmese | Dari | Dinka | English | Farsi | French | Haitian Creole | Chin Hakha | Hmong | (Sgaw) Karen | Karenni | KinyarwandaKorean | Lao | Lingala | Mam | Marshallese | Nepali | Oromo | Pashto | PortugueseRussian | Sango | Simplified Chinese | Sinhala | Somali | Spanish | Swahili (Congolese) | Swahili (East Africa) | Tagalog | Tamil | Telugu | Tigrinya | Traditional Chinese | Ukrainian | Urdu | Vietnamese


Customizable Version
Amharic | Arabic | Burmese | Dari | Dinka | English | Farsi | French | Haitian Creole | Chin Hakha | Hmong | (Sgaw) Karen | Karenni | KinyarwandaKorean | Lao | Lingala | Mam | Marshallese | Nepali | Oromo | Pashto | PortugueseRussian | Sango | Simplified Chinese | Sinhala | Somali | Spanish | Swahili (Congolese) | Swahili (East Africa) | Tagalog | Tamil | Telugu | Tigrinya | Traditional Chinese | Ukrainian | Urdu | Vietnamese

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How to use fact sheets effectively

  • Consider customizing these fact sheets using the provided templates so that the images used reflect your target communities. 
  • Print and distribute fact sheets through various community locations and trusted organizations working with RIM communities. Some ideas include faith-based organizations, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), youth groups, consulates and K-12 schools. Ask employers to put them in break rooms. You can also try libraries, community centers, farmers’ markets, grocery stores, laundromats and other high-traffic places.
  • Share them on social media or on text-based apps like WhatsApp by taking a screenshot or converting the PDF to an image. Consider copy/pasting some of the statements from the fact sheet as your caption.
  • Give a presentation using the information found on the long fact sheet. You can copy/paste information into a PowerPoint or use it as your presentation script.
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Ready-to-Use Version
Arabic | Burmese | Dari | English  | French | Haitian Creole | (Sgaw) Karen | Kinyarwanda | Lingala | Nepali | Pashto | Russian | Somali | Spanish | Swahili (Congolese) | Tigrinya | Ukrainian


Customizable Version
Arabic | Burmese | Dari | English  | French | Haitian Creole | (Sgaw) Karen | Kinyarwanda | Lingala | Nepali | Pashto | Russian | Somali | Spanish | Swahili (Congolese) | Tigrinya | Ukrainian

Preview of fact sheet about COVID-19 booster shots

Ready-to-Use Version
Amharic | Arabic | Burmese | Dari | Dinka | English | Farsi | French | Haitian Creole | Chin Hakha | Hmong | (Sgaw) Karen | Karenni | Kinyarwanda | Korean | Lao | Lingala | Mam | Marshallese | Nepali | Oromo | Pashto | Portuguese | Russian | Sango | Simplified Chinese | Sinhala | Somali | Spanish | Swahili (Congolese) | Swahili (East Africa) | Tagalog | Tamil | Telugu | Tigrinya | Traditional Chinese | Ukrainian | Urdu | Vietnamese


Customizable Version
Amharic | Arabic | Burmese | Dari | Dinka | English | Farsi | French | Haitian Creole | Chin Hakha | Hmong | (Sgaw) Karen | Karenni | Kinyarwanda | Korean | Lao | Lingala | Mam | Marshallese | Nepali | Oromo | Pashto | Portuguese | Russian | Sango | Simplified Chinese | Sinhala | Somali | Spanish | Swahili (Congolese) | Swahili (East Africa) | Tagalog | Tamil | Telugu | Tigrinya | Traditional Chinese | Ukrainian | Urdu | Vietnamese

Preview of testing fact sheet that explains the importance of getting tested for COVID-19 regardless of whether you are vaccinated.

Ready-to-Use Version
Amharic | Arabic | Burmese | Dari | Dinka | English | Farsi | French | Haitian Creole | Chin Hakha | Hmong | (Sgaw) Karen | Karenni | Kinyarwanda | Korean | Lao | Lingala | Mam | Marshallese | Nepali | Oromo | Pashto | Portuguese | Russian | Sango | Simplified Chinese | Sinhala | Somali | Spanish | Swahili (Congolese) | Swahili (East Africa) | Tagalog | Tamil | Telugu | Tigrinya | Traditional Chinese | Ukrainian | Urdu | Vietnamese


Customizable Version
Amharic | Arabic | Burmese | Dari | Dinka | English | Farsi | French | Haitian Creole | Chin Hakha | Hmong | (Sgaw) Karen | Karenni | Kinyarwanda | Korean | Lao | Lingala | Mam | Marshallese | Nepali | Oromo | Pashto | Portuguese | Russian | Sango | Simplified Chinese | Sinhala | Somali | Spanish | Swahili (Congolese) | Swahili (East Africa) | Tagalog | Tamil | Telugu | Tigrinya | Traditional Chinese | Ukrainian | Urdu | Vietnamese

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How to use fact sheets effectively

Audio + Video PSAs

Scripts

Afar | Amharic | Arabic | BurmeseCantonese | Dari | Dinka | Farsi | French | Haitian Creole | Chin Hakha | Hmong | (Sgaw) Karen | Karenni | Kinyarwanda | KoreanLao | Lingala | Mam | Mandarin | Marshallese | Mixteco | Nepali | Oromo | Pashto | Portuguese | Russian | Sango | Sinhala | Somali | Spanish | Swahili (Congolese) | Tagalog | Tamil | Tigrinya | Ukrainian | Urdu | Vietnamese

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Making the most of audio and video PSAs


PSA 1: 
COVID-19 vaccines are FREE for everyone. But make sure and ask if there are any other costs with getting vaccinated. No one can be denied a free vaccine if they are unable to pay an administration fee. Once vaccines are widely available, anyone can get vaccinated regardless of immigration status. Protect yourself.  Protect your community.  Get vaccinated.

Afar:  Audio | Video
Amharic: Audio | Video
Arabic: Audio | Video
Burmese: Audio | Video
Cantonese: Audio | Video
Dari: Audio  | Video
Dinka: Audio  | Video
English: Audio | Video
Farsi: Audio | Video
French: Audio | Video
Haitian Creole: Audio | Video
Chin Hakha: Audio | Video
Hmong: Audio | Video
(Sgaw) Karen: Audio | Video
Karenni: Audio | Video

Korean: Audio | Video
Kinyarwanda: Audio | Video
Lao: Audio | Video
Lingala: Audio | Video
Mam: Audio | Video
Mandarin: Audio | Video
Marshallese: AudioVideo
Mixteco (Guerrera): Audio | Video
Mixteco (Oaxaca): Audio | Video
Nepali: Audio | Video
Oromo: Audio | Video
Pashto: Audio | Video
Popti': Audio | Video
Portuguese: Audio | Video
Q'anjob'al: Audio | Video

Rohingya: Audio | Video
Russian: Audio | Video
Sango: Audio | Video
Sinhala: Audio | Video
Somali: Audio | Video
Spanish: Audio | Video
Swahili (Congolese): Audio | Video
Swahili (East Africa): Audio  | Video
Tagalog: Audio | Video
Tamil: Audio | Video
Telugu: Audio | Video
Tigrinya: Audio | Video
Ukrainian: Audio | Video
Urdu: Audio | Video
Vietnamese: Audio | Video


PSA 2:
The COVID-19 vaccine protects you from getting COVID-19. If you still get COVID after you get vaccinated, the vaccine protects you from getting seriously ill. Even if you had COVID-19, you should still get vaccinated. Protect yourself. Protect your community. Get vaccinated.

Afar:  Audio | Video
Amharic: Audio | Video
Arabic: Audio | Video
Burmese: Audio | Video
Cantonese: Audio | Video
Dari: Audio | Video
Dinka: Audio | Video
English: Audio | Video
Farsi: Audio | Video
French: Audio | Video
Haitian Creole: Audio | Video
Chin Hakha: Audio | Video
Hmong: Audio | Video
(Sgaw) Karen: Audio | Video
Karenni: Audio | Video

Korean: Audio | Video
Kinyarwanda: Audio | Video
Lao: Audio | Video
Lingala: Audio | Video
Mam: Audio | Video
Mandarin: Audio | Video
Marshallese: Audio | Video
Mixteco (Guerrera): Audio | Video
Mixteco (Oaxaca): Audio | Video
Nepali: Audio | Video
Oromo: Audio | Video
Pashto: Audio | Video
Popti': Audio | Video
Portuguese: Audio | Video
Q'anjob'al: Audio | Video

Rohingya: Audio | Video
Russian: Audio | Video
Sango: Audio | Video
Sinhala: Audio | Video
Somali: Audio | Video
Spanish: Audio | Video
Swahili (Congolese): Audio | Video
Swahili (East Africa): Audio  | Video
Tagalog: Audio | Video
Tamil: Audio | Video
Telugu: Audio | Video
Tigrinya: Audio | Video
Ukrainian: Audio | Video
Urdu: Audio | Video
Vietnamese: Audio | Video


PSA 3
COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. The vaccine CANNOT give you COVID-19. No other vaccine has been tested as much for its safety in U.S. history. The vaccine has been proven safe for thousands of people, including those of different races, ethnicities and ages.  No other vaccine has been tested as much for its safety in U.S. history and millions of people have been safely vaccinated. Protect yourself.  Protect your community.  Get vaccinated.

Afar: Audio | Video
Amharic: Audio | Video
Arabic: Audio | Video
Burmese: Audio | Video
Cantonese: Audio | Video
Dari: Audio | Video
Dinka: Audio | Video
English: Audio | Video
Farsi: Audio | Video
French: Audio | Video
Haitian Creole: Audio | Video
Chin Hakha: Audio | Video
Hmong: Audio | Video
(Sgaw) Karen: Audio | Video
Karenni: Audio | Video

Korean: Audio | Video
Kinyarwanda: Audio | Video
Lao: Audio | Video
Lingala: Audio | Video
Mam: Audio | Video
Mandarin: Audio | Video
Marshallese: Audio | Video
Mixteco (Guerrera): Audio | Video
Mixteco (Oaxaca): Audio | Video
Nepali: Audio | Video
Oromo: Audio  | Video
Pashto: Audio | Video
Popti': Audio | Video
Portuguese: Audio | Video
Q'anjob'al: Audio | Video

Rohingya: Audio | Video
Russian: Audio | Video
Sango: Audio | Video
Sinhala: Audio | Video
Somali: Audio  | Video
Spanish: Audio | Video
Swahili (Congolese): Audio | Video
Swahili (East Africa): Audio  | Video
Tagalog: Audio | Video
Tamil: Audio | Video
Telugu: Audio | Video
Tigrinya: Audio | Video
Ukrainian: Audio | Video
Urdu: Audio | Video
Vietnamese: Audio | Video


PSA 4
COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. Side effects are normal and mean the vaccine is teaching your body how to fight the virus. You CANNOT get COVID-19 from the vaccine. Protect yourself. Protect your community. Get vaccinated.

Afar: Audio | Video
Amharic: Audio | Video
Arabic: Audio | Video
Burmese: Audio | Video
Cantonese: Audio | Video
Dari: Audio | Video
Dinka: Audio | Video
English: Audio | Video
Farsi: Audio | Video
French: Audio | Video
Haitian Creole: Audio | Video
Chin Hakha: Audio | Video
Hmong: Audio | Video
(Sgaw) Karen: Audio | Video
Karenni: Audio | Video

Korean: Audio | Video
Kinyarwanda: Audio | Video
Lao: Audio | Video
Lingala: Audio | Video
Mam: Audio | Video
Mandarin: Audio | Video 
Marshallese: Audio | Video
Mixteco (Guerrera): Audio | Video
Mixteco (Oaxaca): Audio | Video
Nepali: Audio | Video
Oromo: Audio | Video
Pashto: Audio | Video
Popti': Audio | Video
Portuguese: Audio | Video
Q'anjob'al: Audio | Video

Rohingya: Audio | Video
Russian: Audio | Video
Sango: Audio | Video
Sinhala: Audio | Video
Somali: Audio | Video
Spanish: Audio | Video
Swahili (Congolese): Audio | Video
Swahili (East Africa): Audio  | Video
Tagalog: Audio | Video
Tamil: Audio | Video
Telugu: Audio | Video
Tigrinya: Audio | Video
Ukrainian: Audio | Video
Urdu: Audio | Video
Vietnamese: Audio | Video


PSA 5
The COVID-19 vaccine is halal. The COVID-19 vaccine does not contain any animal products. The COVID-19 vaccine does not change your DNA. The vaccine has been proven safe for thousands of people, including those of different races, ethnicities and ages. Protect yourself. Protect your community. Get vaccinated.

Afar: Audio | Video
Amharic: Audio | Video
Arabic: Audio | Video
Burmese: Audio | Video
Cantonese: Audio | Video
Dari: Audio | Video
Dinka: Audio | Video
English: Audio | Video
Farsi: Audio | Video
French: Audio | Video
Haitian Creole: Audio | Video
Chin Hakha: Audio | Video
Hmong: Audio | Video
(Sgaw) Karen: Audio | Video
Karenni: Audio | Video

Korean: Audio | Video
Kinyarwanda: Audio | Video
Lao: Audio | Video
Lingala: Audio | Video
Mam: Audio | Video
Mandarin: Audio | Video 
Marshallese: Audio | Video
Mixteco (Guerrera): Audio | Video
Mixteco (Oaxaca): Audio | Video
Nepali: Audio | Video
Oromo: Audio | Video
Pashto: Audio | Video
Popti': Audio | Video
Portuguese: Audio | Video
Q'anjob'al: Audio | Video

Rohingya: Audio | Video
Russian: Audio | Video
Sango: Audio | Video
Sinhala: Audio | Video
Somali: Audio | Video
Spanish: Audio | Video
Swahili (Congolese): Audio | Video
Swahili (East Africa): Audio  | Video
Tagalog: Audio | Video
Tamil: Audio | Video
Telugu: Audio | Video
Tigrinya: Audio | Video
Ukrainian: Audio | Video
Urdu: Audio | Video
Vietnamese: Audio | Video


PSA 6
Stay safe after being vaccinated from COVID-19. Right now, experts don’t know how long the vaccine will protect you. Even after getting the vaccine, continue to wear a mask, practice social distancing, wash your hands often, and disinfect high-touch areas frequently.

Afar: Audio | Video
Amharic: Audio | Video
Arabic: Audio | Video
Burmese: Audio | Video
Cantonese: Audio | Video
Dari: Audio | Video
Dinka: Audio | Video
English: Audio | Video
Farsi: Audio | Video
French: Audio | Video
Haitian Creole: Audio | Video
Chin Hakha: Audio | Video
Hmong: Audio | Video
(Sgaw) Karen: Audio | Video
Karenni: Audio | Video

Korean: Audio | Video
Kinyarwanda: Audio | Video
Lao: Audio | Video
Lingala: Audio | Video
Mam: Audio | Video
Mandarin: Audio | Video 
Marshallese: Audio | Video
Mixteco (Guerrera): Audio | Video
Mixteco (Oaxaca): Audio | Video
Nepali: Audio | Video
Oromo: Audio | Video
Pashto: Audio | Video
Popti': Audio | Video
Portuguese: Audio | Video
Q'anjob'al: Audio | Video

Rohingya: Audio | Video
Russian: Audio | Video
Sango: Audio | Video
Sinhala: Audio | Video
Somali: Audio | Video
Spanish: Audio | Video
Swahili (Congolese): Audio | Video
Swahili (East Africa): Audio  | Video
Tagalog: Audio | Video
Tamil: Audio | Video
Telugu: Audio | Video
Tigrinya: Audio | Video
Ukrainian: Audio | Video
Urdu: Audio | Video
Vietnamese: Audio | Video


Breakthrough Infections PSA
COVID-19 vaccines work very well. Most people who get COVID-19 are unvaccinated.  It is uncommon for people to get COVID-19 after they are vaccinated, but it can happen. Scientists call this a “breakthrough infection.” Even when breakthrough infections happen, the vaccine still protects almost all vaccinated people from becoming seriously ill or dying. You can prevent breakthrough infections in your community by wearing a mask, even if you are vaccinated. Protect yourself. Protect your community. 

Afar: Audio | Video
Amharic: Audio | Video
Arabic: Audio | Video
Burmese: Audio | Video
Cantonese: Audio| Video
Dari: Audio | Video
Dinka: Audio | Video
English: Audio | Video
Farsi: Audio | Video
French: Audio | Video
Haitian Creole: Audio | Video
Chin Hakha: Audio | Video
Hmong: Audio | Video
(Sgaw) Karen: Audio | Video

Karenni: Audio | Video
Korean: Audio | Video
Kinyarwanda: Audio | Video
Lao: Audio | Video
Lingala: Audio | Video
Mam: Audio | Video
Mandarin: Audio | Video 
Marshallese: Audio | Video
Mixteco: Audio | Video
Nepali: Audio | Video
Oromo: Audio | Video
Pashto: Audio | Video
Portuguese: Audio | Video
Rohingya: Audio | Video

Russian: Audio | Video
Sango: Audio | Video
Sinhala: Audio | Video
Somali: Audio | Video
Spanish: Audio | Video
Swahili (Congolese): Audio | Video
Swahili (East Africa): Audio | Video
Tagalog: Audio | Video
Tamil: Audio | Video
Telugu: Audio | Video
Tigrinya: Audio | Video
Ukrainian: Audio | Video
Urdu: Audio | Video
Vietnamese: Audio | Video


Fertility + Parenthood PSA
COVID-19 vaccines work very well. Most people who get COVID-19 are unvaccinated.  It is uncommon for people to get COVID-19 after they are vaccinated, but it can happen. Scientists call this a “breakthrough infection.” Even when breakthrough infections happen, the vaccine still protects almost all vaccinated people from becoming seriously ill or dying. You can prevent breakthrough infections in your community by wearing a mask, even if you are vaccinated. Protect yourself. Protect your community.

Afar: Audio | Video
Amharic: Audio | Video
Arabic: Audio | Video
Burmese: Audio | Video
Cantonese: Audio | Video
Dari: Audio | Video
Dinka: Audio | Video
English: Audio | Video
Farsi: Audio | Video
French: Audio | Video
Haitian Creole: Audio | Video
Chin Hakha: Audio | Video
Hmong: Audio | Video
(Sgaw) Karen: Audio | Video

Karenni: Audio | Video
Korean: Audio | Video
Kinyarwanda: Audio | Video
Lao: Audio | Video
Lingala: Audio | Video
Mam: Audio | Video
Mandarin: Audio | Video 
Marshallese: Audio | Video
Mixteco: Audio | Video
Nepali: Audio | Video
Oromo: Audio | Video
Pashto: Audio | Video
Portuguese: Audio | Video
Rohingya: Audio | Video

Russian: Audio | Video
Sango: Audio | Video
Sinhala: Audio | Video
Somali: Audio | Video
Spanish: Audio | Video
Swahili (Congolese): Audio | Video
Swahili (East Africa): Audio | Video
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Wearing a Mask PSA
Regardless of whether masks are required in your area, you and your family will be safest if you wear a mask. Because COVID-19 spreads very easily, wearing a mask protects you, your friends and family, and your community. Even vaccinated people are safest with a mask. It is uncommon for people to get sick with COVID-19 after they are vaccinated, but it can happen. Getting a vaccine and wearing a mask are the best ways to avoid getting sick and spreading COVID-19 to others. Protect yourself. Protect your community.

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