As the COVID-19 vaccine continues rolling out to pediatric populations, historically marginalized communities may have questions about the safety of the vaccine. AHA partnered with leaders from UnidosUS, National Urban League and Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum for a series of conversations about what it takes to build confidence in the vaccine in each community. Listen to the podcast or explore the infographics to learn more

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