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Be a Vaccine Ambassador

Help us spread the word about the COVID-19 vaccine. Use our Facebook Frame and let the world know why you rolled up your sleeve. Get started here.

COVID-19 Vaccine Facts

Browse our library of trustworthy resources reviewed by medical experts to get the facts on the COVID-19 vaccine.

Ready to roll up your sleeve? At Cone Health, we are fully committed to providing effective and safe vaccines to reduce the risk of serious illness from COVID-19 in our communities. 

UPDATE: On August 23, 2021, the FDA provided full approval to the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for the prevention of COVID-19 disease in individuals 16 and older. This is yet another positive step in the efforts to reduce serious from COVID-19 in our communities. The Pfizer vaccine is also authorized for emergency use for individuals 12 to 15 for prevention of serious COVID-19 related illness. Additionally, vaccines by Moderna and Johnson & Johnson have been authorized for emergency use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and are recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as safe and effective treatments for the prevention of serious illness from COVID-19.

Visit for information about how to get your free vaccine.

Kids and COVID-19 Vaccine FlyerKids and the COVID-19 Vaccine

Get answers to frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and children ages 12 through 15.

>> Click here to view and download the flyer

Calling All Vaccinated

You rolled up your sleeve. Now let the world know why.

We all have personal reasons for rolling up our sleeves, getting vaccinated and helping to put COVID-19 behind us (finally!). Here’s an opportunity to share what motivated you. What have you missed most during the pandemic and what can’t you wait to do again? Travel? Hug? The Electric Slide at a family wedding? Whatever it may be, we want to know! And it might just inspire others to get their shots.

Be a vaccine ambassador on social media using our Facebook frame! Simply:

  • Click here to use our Facebook frame.
  • In the description box below your photo, share your motivation for getting the COVID-19 vaccine by filling in the blank: "Time to get our _____ back!" 
  • Include #ConeHealth so we can share your messages on Cone Health social media.
  • Include a link to (this page!) so others can learn more about COVID-19 vaccines, get the Facebook frame and share their vaccination motivation. 
  • Click Use as Profile Picture to save.

An additional favor.

Have friends and family members who have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine but aren't on social media? Our COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Card explains safety facts and shares info about where to get your shot. Click these links to download and print the digital version of the card in English and Spanish.

Pre-printed vaccine informational cards are also available for Cone Health team members who would like to share them with unvaccinated family members or friends. Please ask your leader for a card if you would like to share one.

Video Resources From Medical Experts

Watch vaccine experts talk about vaccine safety in these video resources.

Debunking COVID-19 Vaccine Myths

The COVID-19 Vaccine and Pregnancy

The COVID-19 Vaccine and Children 12+

COVID-19 Vaccine Safety and People of Color

Vacunas contra el COVID-19

Why Young Adults Need the COVID-19 Vaccine

Your Life Matters: COVID-19 Vaccine Webinar Recordings

Watch previously recorded community town halls featuring Cone Health experts. See the full list of webinars on YouTube.

March 2021 | COVID-19 Vaccine Education and Awareness Webinar for African-Americans

Marzo 2021 | Su vida es importante: Una presentación de la vacuna COVID-19

May 2021 | COVID-19 Vaccine Education and Awareness Webinar With East Greensboro Now

Get The Facts


Vaccines Are Tested and Effective

110,000+ volunteers participated in three vaccine clinical trials. Clinical trials noted the vaccines are highly effective in preventing COVID-19 with no serious safety concerns.

They Are Safe

The vaccines are safe and prevent COVID-19. The FDA has approved the Pfizer vaccine and authorized additional vaccines for use and will continue to monitor them for safety.
Cells Fight

Cells Fight the Virus

When you receive the vaccine, it causes your immune system to produce antibodies to COVID-19 and to activate T-cells that can destroy infected cells.

One or Two Doses Required

Pfizer = two doses, 21 days apart or more. Moderna = two doses, 28 days apart or more. Johnson & Johnson = one dose.
Slow Spread

Protect Others and Slow the Spread

Experts estimate 80% of the population needs to be immunized to help protect the community.
Free Shot

It's Free

The COVID-19 vaccine is free, even if you don’t have insurance.

Mask Up!

Even after receiving your vaccine it is still recommended that you wear a mask, wash your hands and remain socially distant.
Side Effects

No Major Side Effects

Some people may have a sore arm, arm warmth, fatigue or a low-grade fever a day or two after receiving the vaccine.
No Virus

Vaccine Cannot Give You COVID-19

The vaccines do not use the live virus that causes COVID-19.

Get more facts about the COVID-19 vaccine from Cone Health experts on Wellness Matters.

DOWNLOADS: Get the Vaccine Facts Infographic | Vaccine Flyer - All Eligible Groups

Wellness Matters

  • How Well Do You Know COVID-19 Terms?

    How Well Do You Know These Common COVID-19 Terms?

    Quarantine, isolation, fully vaccinated, boosted - how well do you know these COVID-19 terms? Deborah Grant, DNP, MSN, RN, CENP, explains how understanding these terms helps you stay safe in this 2 Your Well-Being discussion with WFMY News 2.
    January 24, 2022
  • Fight Flu and COVID-19: 4 Tips to Keep You Well

    Fight Flu and COVID-19: 4 Tips to Keep You Well

    Stay well with these 4 tips to fight flu, COVID-19 and other illnesses from Valerie Leschber, MD, chief medical officer, Cone Health.
    January 11, 2022
  • January 2022 COVID-19 Update: What You Need to Know

    January 2022 COVID-19 Update: What You Need to Know

    COVID-19 cases are surging as we start the new year. Get the latest updates and safety guidance from Cynthia Snider, MD, infection prevention medical director, in this 2 Your Well-Being discussion with WFMY News 2.
    January 10, 2022