Matthew W. Kreuter, Taylor Butler, Hannah Kinzer, Tyla Carter, Penina Acayo Laker, Charlene Caburnay, Ayokunle Olagoke, Karen Skinner, Damon Broadus, Matifadza Hlatshwayo Davis

Addressing COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy With Community Distribution of Conversation Cards

  • Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health

To increase community conversations about COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy, we distributed vaccine cardholders and conversation cards to 6000 newly vaccinated adults at vaccination sites and encouraged them to talk with unvaccinated friends and family members. In 257 onsite exit interviews, we found that cardholders and conversation cards were well liked, and most recipients expected to use them. Follow-up surveys two weeks later showed that 51% of respondents used a card to start a conversation and 41% gave a card to an unvaccinated friend or family member. (Am J Public Health. 2024;114(S1):S87–S91. )

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