How to Encourage COVID-19 Vaccination


Our Conversation Coach Can Help

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought uncertainty and a whirlwind of challenges. After months of coping with numerous stressors—social isolation, remote work and learning, and fears of contracting the virus—we are now faced with the opportunity to get vaccinated and turn the tide against this disease. While getting one of the available COVID-19 vaccines may be an easy choice for many people, there are still those who remain hesitant. In fact, according to an ongoing survey conducted by Get Meds Info, 1 in 5 Americans still aren’t sure if they’ll agree to receive the vaccine.

Learn how to effectively discuss sensitive issues and concerns related to the vaccine. Our Healthy Conversation Coach will simulate a real chat with a friend or loved one who is uncertain about getting vaccinated. Throughout this interactive dialogue, the Conversation Coach will provide tips for navigating difficult exchanges in a calm, respectful, and clear manner.

La pandemia del COVID-19 ha traído incertidumbre y un torbellino de desafíos. Después de meses de sobrellevar numerosas causas de estrés–aislamiento social, aprendizaje y trabajo remotos y el miedo de contraer el virus–ahora tenemos la oportunidad de ser vacunados y cambiar el curso de esta enfermedad. Aunque recibir una de las vacunas disponibles contra el COVID-19 puede ser una decisión fácil para muchas personas, aún hay algunas que siguen indecisas. De hecho, según una encuesta en desarrollo llevada a cabo por Get Meds Info, más de 1 de cada 4 estadounidenses dicen que no se vacunarán, y alrededor de 1 de cada 5 dicen que todavía no están seguros.  

Practique el discutir temas sensibles y preocupaciones sobre las vacunas. Nuestro Instructor de Conversaciones Saludables simula una conversación real con un amigo o un ser querido que está inseguro sobre recibir la vacuna. Por medio de este diálogo interactivo, el Instructor de Conversación provee consejos para navegar los diálogos difíciles de una manera tranquila, respetuosa y clara.

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