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VaxTeen

Kelly, a high school senior from Los Angeles, California, founded VaxTeen. After learning about the growing trend of teenagers turning to Reddit to figure out if they could consent to vaccinations in their states and what vaccines they needed at their age, she founded VaxTeen in hopes of providing a reliable and easy to understand source to answer their questions. Through VaxTeen, she hopes to raise awareness amongst her peers about the importance of vaccinations and encourage those who are unvaccinated to receive immunizations as soon as they are able to. Kelly’s long-term goal is to use VaxTeen as a platform to advocate for straightforward legislation allowing teenagers to consent to all vaccinations.

Learn more about vaccines, state laws, and get resources on VaxTeen!

Kahoot!

The Vaccine Makers Project partnered with Kahoot! to create some fun interactive ways to learn about vaccines. There are currently 22 different quizzes to take to learn more about particular vaccines, history, vaccine create, and even vaccine age groups!

 

Learn more about vaccines by playing Kahoot!

VAX

Infections Disease Daily highlighted a fun and interactive Epidemic Prevention Game called VAX! With VAX, you are tasked with vaccinating humans during a virus outbreak. Follow Infection Disease Daily for more information/recommendations on more disease content!

Play the game here!

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During the federal emergency declared at the begining of COVID, premiums with KidsCare were waved. This may be ending soon, so make a plan now so your kids don't lose their healthcare! @CAA_Arizona

Join us this 4th of July weekend to share the patriotism of vaccinating to protect ourselves, our families, and our fellow Americans 🇺🇸 #WeThePeopleVax
Join the movement ➡️ http://wethepeoplevax.org

It took so long for #vaccines to be approved for our youngest kids because the FDA needed to be sure that there was enough data from the tests. According to @AZAAP you can feel good about protecting your babies, toddlers, and preschoolers! #azfamilies #VaccinesWork

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