Vaccine Communications Resources: Videos


Watch, download and share the videos below to help spread the word to support COVID-19 vaccination efforts.


Vaccine Videos On This Page


Pediatrician Answers Questions on COVID-19 and Pregnancy

Lisa Costello, M.D., a West Virginia pediatric hospitalist and expectant mother, answers questions on the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine and shares her personal perspective.


Conversations with AHA Trustees

Mike Abrams, President and CEO, Ohio Hospital Association: Questions about the COVID-19 Vaccine

Montez Carter, President and CEO, St. Mary's Healthcare System: COVID-19 Vaccine and Health Care System Stress

Melinda Estes, M.D., President and CEO, St. Lukes Health Sysem: Seasonal Flu


AHA Trustees on the Importance of COVID-19 Boosters

AHA Trustees on Increasing Access to COVID-19 Vaccines for All Communities


For Health Care Workers

AHA PSAs feature clinicians and health care leaders encouraging COVID-19 vaccination


I'm a Physician/I'm a Nurse

Hospitals and health systems can add their own branding to the PSA, which is also available in Spanish for both the 30-second and 15-second version. Please email Tom Fitzsimmons at for more information.


America’s health care workers share why they chose to get the COVID-19 vaccine. We hear first-hand from individuals in the emergency department, environmental services, food services, front desk, operating room and more.

Do Your Part

AHA Joins AMA and ANA backing science-based COVID-19 vaccine development and urges adoption in this PSA, available in English and Spanish.



Get Vaccinated

The pandemic has tested all of us as we have learned to live, work, and act differently. Strengthen our resolve to defeat COVID-19 by asking the questions, following the science, and getting vaccinated.

Spanish Version


For the Public

These PSAs address common questions about COVID-19 vaccines.


Just the Facts

The Just the Facts presentation offers a simple, but stark look at the reality of the numbers of children getting infected, hospitalized and dying from COVID-19. The CDC and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that all parents of children between 6 month and 5 years old get vaccinated when approved in June.

English Versions

Myths Busted

There are a lot of myths around the #COVID19 vaccine – none of which are true. Check out this video to learn the facts and #GetVaccinated.

English Versions

On the Fence

On the fence about the COVID-19 vaccine? Ask questions. Get the facts.

A Serious Decision

We understand. Vaccination is not an easy decision. But it's easier with reliable information. Do your research. Talk to your friends. Read about vaccines. Find out how thoroughly they were tested for safety.

Hospitals and health systems can add their own branding to the PSA. Please email Emily Gustafson at for more information.

Vaccines Work

Vaccines Work. Help fight Covid-19 too. Get facts and the answers you need, visit

English Versions

Spanish Versions

Back to School

Widespread vaccination keeps children, their friends and teachers and bus drivers safe and in school. Children six months and older may get a COVID-19 vaccine and other vaccines at the same office visit, without waiting 14 days between shots.