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Communications Resources Hub

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Here you will find resources from various sources to help communicate information about the COVID-19 vaccine and related concerns. Resources available include materials to address the general population as well as materials to address specific groups.

Note: Many materials from outside sources are submitted to the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) for sharing on the Communications Resources Hub. They may contain information supplied by professionals from outside the department and are not necessarily reflective of the policies or opinions of ODH or its staff.  

Please reach out to Healthopportunity@odh.ohio.gov to submit resources or with any questions or concerns.


For minority communities

For non-English speakers

For the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community

The Ohio Department of Health (ODH), in conjunction with Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities

(OOD) and Community Centers for the Deaf (CCDs) across Ohio, have partnered to bring important COVID-19 vaccination information to Ohioans who are deaf and hard of hearing. Staff members from Ohio CCD’s will interpret important information using American Sign Language (ASL). These short videos will be available here and through the ODH and OOD YouTube channels. Please check back regularly for new ASL videos, which will be posted as they become available.

Plain language materials

For older adults

For Ohioans who live in rural communities

For farm workers

Economic support resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Ohio Department of Health



Miscellaneous Graphics

Trust the Facts vaccine graphics

Trust the Facts: Full Graphic

COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective

You can’t get COVID-19 from a COVID-19 vaccine

COVID-19 vaccine trials were among the largest in history

COVID-19 vaccines have not been linked to infertility or miscarriage

No serious safety concerns were observed in clinical trials

COVID-19 vaccines will not change your DNA or alter your genetic makeup

Vaccine injections do NOT contain microchips or tracking devices

Vaccines do not cause autism