截至 2021 年 11 月 4 日：每一位 5 岁及以上者都符合资格打新冠疫苗。
Community Partners (title)
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we know communities of color, people with disabilities and older adults have been disproportionately affected. Long-standing social inequities— discrimination, ageism, ableism, poverty and racial and ethnic disparities in housing and health care—place communities at significantly higher risk of getting sick and dying from COVID-19.
That’s why Safe + Strong was created—to advance Oregon’s ongoing efforts to ease the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. This digital campaign and resource hub is designed to equip communities in Oregon with culturally responsive and linguistically accessible lifesaving information to stay safe and healthy.
At this time, our toolkit is available in English and Spanish, but the tools can be downloaded in 20 different languages. Please email email@example.com if you need the toolkit in another language.
COVID-19 vaccine toolkit
Tools and resources to support Community Based Organizations (CBOs) in their efforts to raise awareness about vaccine safety and efficacy.
Offering the latest and most accurate information to help communities make informed choices about the COVID-19 vaccines.
The toolkit includes:
- Printable one-pagers, flyers, and promotional materials
- Social media images and content
- Short informational videos about the vaccines
These materials can be downloaded as a full set or individually, and in 20 different languages to best reach your community.
Download all the toolkit materials below.
Talking Points one-pager
Talking points for parents & caregivers
Talking points about COVID-19 vaccines for parents and caregivers of children ages 5 and older, with answers to common questions on vaccine safety and guidance for communicators. Please use them in your outreach to communities.
Hoja con Guías de Salud
Imprima y comparta este volante con su comunidad para brindar respuestas breves a las preguntas más comunes sobre las vacunas.
Frequently Asked Questions One-Pager
Before you get a COVID-19 vaccine, it’s important to have your questions answered. Find answers about safety and how the vaccines work to protect our communities.