Covid-19 Vaccine: AAFP Vaccine Hub


Everyone feels nervous getting a vaccine sometimes, but children with special needs or developmental disabilities may need extra support getting their vaccines! TAPI and @DMG_AZ want to share these tips to make it easier! For even more strategies visit:

The arrival of polio vaccines in the 1950s led to a dramatic decline in this paralyzing disease, reducing cases by 99% worldwide. With the recent report of polio case in New York, Dr. Yvonne A. Maldonado explains what parents need to know:

Ready to get your #COVID19 shot or booster? Two vaccine events are happening tomorrow in Laveen and Mesa:

▶️ 9am-1pm: El Buen Pastor, 950 W 8th Ave, Mesa

▶️ 3-6pm: Laveen Education Center, 5001 W Dobbins Rd

Call 602-506-6767 for questions or visit

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People who are fully vaccinated and boosted have the highest level of protection against #COVID19 and its variants.

Make sure your protection is up to date by getting a booster dose:

During the summer months, the temperature inside your car can quickly rise to dangerous levels. Make sure children and pets aren't left behind in vehicles! 🚫

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#DidYouKnow WIC offers breastfeeding support?

In honor of National Breastfeeding Month, ADHS is proud to highlight the benefits of breastfeeding and the helpful resources available to you online at

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Take your career to new heights at #AAFPFMX. The NEW Career Pavilion is a centralized hub of career and practice experts. Sign up for small group or 1:1 consultations to achieve your goals! Register now:

We’re all looking for ways to stay cool this summer! Family physician @MrsBrull offers tips for coping with the heat wave, including planning ahead and staying hydrated. What advice are you offering your patients? Comment below!

Thousands of students and residents took advantage of networking, learning, and leadership opportunities during the first in-person #AAFPNC in three years July 28-30 in Kansas City, Mo. Read our #AAFPNC round-up here. 👇

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#HCPs: Plan to attend CDC’s COCA Call on August 11 from 3–4 p.m. ET. Topic will be CDC and FDA Update: Interim Clinical Considerations for Monkeypox Vaccination.
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As of August 8, 2022, national forecasts predict 2,500–11,100 new #COVID19 hospitalizations will likely be reported on September 2. More:

CDC has confirmed the 1st human infection of 2022 w/ a flu virus that usually spreads in pigs. The person infected had direct contact w/ pigs at an agricultural fair. Public health risk from these types of infections is low, but CDC recommends precautions:

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