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AILA Doc. No. 21120908 | Dated December 9, 2021
Please help share this information from the Protecting Immigrant Families Coalition:
Though vaccination rates have improved, research and experience show that many immigrant families continue to avoid vaccination and other health and social services because of concerns about immigration consequences. Every day that misinformation persists puts more lives at risk and delays pandemic recovery.
The Protecting Immigrant Families coalition (PIF) developed this video in partnership with organizations that work directly with immigrant Black, Latino, and AAPI families. It’s built around messages validated through focus group research and the experiences of those partner organizations. The vaccine outreach video directs families to vaccines.gov.
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Cite as AILA Doc. No. 21120908.
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