Webinar: Social Media Interventions and Vaccine Hesitancy

February 9, 2021

Register: The International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC) on February 9, 2021 at 1:00pm ET will host a 60-minute webinar, “Social Media Interventions and Vaccine Hesitancy.“

Description: Join IVAC for a webinar presentation about how misinformation spreads over social media platforms and creates vaccine hesitancy. The public’s trust in vaccine safety and effectiveness are key to maintaining immunization coverage and protecting at-risk populations from preventable diseases. Immunization and communications experts will discuss what action is needed to prevent anti-vaccine efforts from spreading over social media networks, and what challenges the infodemic poses to public health efforts.

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