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Central resource for news organizations covering COVID-19 vaccination efforts across the country.

Medical experts from the AAMC and its member medical schools, teaching hospitals, and health systems are available to provide the latest guidance on COVID-19 vaccines, safety protocols for vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals, and discuss other issues pertaining to COVID-19 vaccine confidence.

We are here to help answer your questions or schedule an interview with an AAMC expert.

Contact Us


Our AAMC experts, listed below, and local experts from AAMC medical schools and teaching hospitals and health systems are available for interviews.

Rosha McCoy
Dr. McCoy is AAMC's Senior Director for Advancing Clinical Leadership & Quality, a Principal Investigator for the CDC Cooperative Agreement, and a pediatrician.
Atul Grover
Dr. Grover leads the institute to convene experts to examine the most critical issues affecting the missions and institutions of academic medicine.
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U.S. COVID-19 Data

Follow the CDC’s COVID-19 Data Tracker for the latest data and information on vaccination administration.

Media Resource Library

Updated as of January 29, 2024

Latest CDC and Clinical Guidance


  • Are some people immune to COVID-19? Scientists around the world are studying whether genetic mutations make some people immune to the infection or resistant to the illness. (Source: AAMCNews)

Fact Sheet

  • These fact sheets from the National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants and Migrants provide up-to-date information in 38 languages for distribution to schools, workplaces and on social media – from proper mask use to the effectiveness of booster shots. (Source: National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants and Migrants)


  • This regularly updated FAQ is designed to provide message guidance and framing for public health officials and others on a wide-ranging array of COVID-19 questions. (Source: Public Health Communication Collaborative)



Resource Hub

  • The Vaccine Resource Hub offers a large and ever-growing body of resources for those working to increase adult vaccination in their community. (Source: CDC Partnering for Vaccine Equity program)
  • The Principles of Trustworthiness integrates local perspectives with established precepts of community engagement to guide health care, public health, and other organizations as they work to demonstrate they are worthy of trust. (Source: AAMC)
  • Updated Toolkit: Children and COVID-19 Vaccination. Shareable graphics and sample posts to promote COVID-19 vaccination for children ages 6 months and up. (Source: Public Health Communication Collaborative)