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A14a: We offer a suite of digital and downloadable resources to help you promote #COVID19 vaccination for children and teens: #WellnessWed
A14b: For up-to-date information for jurisdictions, healthcare providers, pharmacists, schools, and community partners on #COVID19 vaccination for children visit: #WellnessWed
A14c: Looking for #COVID19 vaccination information to share with those who may have lower health literacy? Check out this resource available in 5 languages: #WellnessWed
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A3a: There is no evidence that any vaccines, including #COVID19 vaccines, can cause female or male fertility problems. #WellnessWed
A3b: There is no evidence that vaccine ingredients or antibodies developed following #COVID19 vaccination will cause any problems with becoming pregnant. #WellnessWed
A3c: There is also no evidence that the #COVID19 vaccine affects puberty. #WellnessWed
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A2a: I am an OB-GYN and I just got my 5-year-old vaccinated. I fully recommend #COVID19 vaccines to everyone who is eligible! #WellnessWed
A2b: The #COVID19 vaccine for children is safe and effective. It has undergone rigorous testing and been authorized by FDA and recommended by CDC for children ages 5 and older. #WellnessWed
A2c: #COVID19 vaccines for children ages 5-11 years were developed and tested the same way as adult COVID-19 vaccines. Clinical trials were conducted to test the safety of the vaccine with thousands of children and no serious safety concerns were identified. #WellnessWed
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A1a: Children can get #COVID19 and are at risk of getting very sick. As of October 2021, more than 8,300 children ages 5-11 have been hospitalized. COVID-19 ranks as one of the top 10 causes of death for children ages 5 through 11 years. #WellnessWed
A1b: Children can also experience both short- and long-term health conditions after getting #COVID19, like multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C). #WellnessWed
A1c: Vaccinating children ages 5 years and older can help protect them from getting #COVID19 and keep them from getting seriously sick even if they do get COVID-19. #WellnessWed
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A5a: First & foremost, #Medicaid ensures that people have access to the care they need during this #COVID19 health crisis. But it also helps in other ways. (A thread).

A5b: #Medicaid is built to expand to meet rising needs during an economic downturn, when people lose their jobs & jobs-based health care.

Medicaid enrollment will rise due to #COVID19, as it’s meant to.…

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A5c: We also know #Medicaid saves lives. The #COVID19 emergency is putting intense pressure on states. Millions of people have lost their job or their job-based health care.

Now is the time to make enrolling for Medicaid as easy as possible:… #WellnessWed Image
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