The AHA today published two new posters highlighting the long history of vaccines. From the first vaccine developed in 1796 against smallpox to the latest COVID-19 vaccine, vaccines have reduced the burden of disease as well as the associated mortality and morbidity. Hospitals are encouraged to display the posters in patient waiting areas and exam rooms and use them in digital communications. These new infographics, now available in English and soon to be in Spanish, are part of AHA’s continuing effort to encourage vaccine confidence; see all education resources and get answers to your vaccine questions here.

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