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How to decide if information about the Covid-19 vaccines is true

A shareable image of five questions to help you check the accuracy of claims you may have heard about Covid-19 vaccines


Deciding if information is true about the Covid-19 vaccine

This image can easily be shared on Facebook and other social media channels to combat vaccine hesitancy. Photo adapted from original by Erik Mclean/Unsplash

All approved Covid-19 vaccines have been thoroughly tested and provide a high degree of protection against becoming seriously ill or dying from the disease.

However, various false claims are being made about Covid-19 vaccines, making some people worry about being vaccinated.

This image consists of a checklist of five simple questions you should ask yourself when thinking through any claim you have heard about Covid-19 vaccines. It should help you to decide whether or not a claim is likely to be true, and has been designed to be shared through social media.

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