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Help Support Vaccine Awareness Week

From September 23 to 30, we launch Vaccine Awareness Week. With aggressive efforts by pharmaceutical companies, medical trade groups and government to restrict or eliminate all personal belief vaccine exemptions in the U.S., it is critical for you to act now to protect your legal right to make informed, voluntary vaccine choices.

Thankfully, the nonprofit National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) provides the public with independent, well-referenced information on vaccines and advocates for vaccine safety, and informed consent protections in the public health system. This educational charity’s mission is to prevent vaccine injuries and deaths through public education and to secure and defend your legal right to exercise voluntary, informed consent to vaccination.

Resources Where You Can Learn More

  • NVIC Advocacy Portal — Become a user of this unique online communications network and learn how to be an effective vaccine choice advocate in your state. You can use it to inform your legislators about defending vaccine exemptions and your legal right to make voluntary vaccine choices for yourself and your children.
  • Ask 8 Vaccine Information Kiosk — Download brochures and reports on vaccination and how to recognize vaccine reaction symptoms, as well as posters and web badges that you can share with your family and friends. Access the fully referenced and updated “Guide to Reforming Vaccine Policy & Law” to educate your legislator when you advocate for vaccine informed consent rights.
  • State Law & Vaccine Requirements — You can easily obtain your state’s current vaccine policies and laws here.
  • Vaccine Reaction and Harassment Reporting — Search for and read descriptions of vaccine reaction reports made to the federal vaccine adverse events reporting system (VAERS). Read about or publicly report a vaccine reaction or vaccine choice harassment experience on NVIC’s website.
  • Guide to Flu & Flu Vaccines — This Mini Guide to influenza & Flu Vaccines is a brief summary of facts about influenza and influenza vaccines.

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