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COVID-19 Vaccine Information: Debunking the Biggest Myths

A peer-reviewed study of the impact of vaccine misinformation published in Nature in early February found that exposure to online misinformation about vaccines led fewer Americans to say they would “definitely” get one.

This article, which originally appeared in the Detroit Free Press and was republished in GovernmentTechnology.com’s Emergency Management newsletter, present the facts about the COVID-19 vaccine and debunks new misinformation. Read more.

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