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COVID-19 Vaccines

COVID-19 vaccines are arriving regularly in Missouri, and the state’s vaccination plan is being implemented. MHA has compiled the following resources to help hospitals navigate their pivotal role as vaccinators.

Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy

To reach vaccine hesitant individuals throughout the country, the Ad Council and COVID Collaborative revealed the platform for their COVID-19 Vaccine Education Initiative, “It’s Up To You.” The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provided scientific guidance on all aspects of the campaign, and its brand, along with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, will be reflected on creative assets. Creative assets in English and Spanish will appear nationwide across broadcast TV, digital, radio, out-of-home and social media, and in partnership with a wide range of organizations to inform the development and distribution of culturally resonant content for Black and Hispanic audiences. Organizations are welcome to participate.

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Communicating With Patients and the Public

COVID-19 vaccines are arriving regularly in Missouri, and the state’s vaccination plan is being implemented. Although health care workers are among the top-tier eligible targets for vaccination, it is important to have a plan for addressing the public questions. Hospitals have a role in educating the communities we serve about the vaccine and vaccination efforts.

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eSignature: Find out the COVID-19 vaccine Do's and Don'ts


Social Images

MHA has created a variety of COVID-19 vaccine-related social media assets. The first set of assets includes ‘Do’s and Don’ts’ related to the COVID-19 vaccine. And because trust in the vaccine will be paramount to public vaccination efforts, the ‘Building Trust’ assets can help start a dialog by using testimonials from trusted community members. Consider integrating social media graphics using real photos endorsing the vaccine.

Preview and download the options below, or contact Brian McGeorge for help customizing these resources. Additional assets will be added as they are available.

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Do’s and Don’ts Graphics

Social Image: Do's and Don'ts for people seeking the COVID-19 vaccine

Building Trust Graphics

Social image: Trust. Your doctor and nurse are getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Ask them why you should, too.

Facts Graphics + Social Messaging
Spanish graphics also are available.

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Communicating With Health Care Providers

Patient-facing health care workers currently are being vaccinated in Missouri’s Phase 1A. These resources will help administrators and clinical leadership build vaccine confidence among health care personnel and staff.



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Additional Tools & Education

Vaccine Resources


MHA On-Demand Education

(MHA Member Resources)

View MHA’s on-demand education related to COVID-19 vaccines.

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The MoStopsCOVID website offers educational materials — from printables to social media and resources from other sources.

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All COVID-19 vaccinators must enroll in the ShowMeVax program.

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