Resource for journalists around the world on COVID-19 vaccines


PTI | Sydney | Updated: 22-11-2021 14:23 IST | Created: 22-11-2021 14:22 IST
Resource for journalists around the world on COVID-19 vaccines
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If you're a fact checker or a journalist, we're here to help you find the information and experts you need for your story.

The COVID-19 Vaccine Media Hub (https://covidvaccinehub.org/) is a dedicated global resource for journalists and fact-checkers wanting access to evidence-based information on COVID-19 vaccines with material available in multiple languages.

The Hub collates information on COVID-19 vaccines from trustworthy sources, including explainers, summaries of the latest research, expert comments, and online media briefings.

The project is a combined effort, with contributions from Science Media Centres and other not-for-profit organizations in Australia, the UK, Germany, Taiwan, Africa, Canada, the US, Spain, and New Zealand. A full list of contributing organizations is available on the hub.

Journalists can also use the hub to sign up for a regular alert and use the network to ask questions about vaccines in different countries or to ask for help with a story.

This collaboration was made possible through a grant from the Google News Initiative. All organizations involved are independent and are focused on helping journalists and fact-checkers find accurate information and credible experts on COVID-19 vaccines.

For further information, please visit ( https://covidvaccinehub.org/ ) or contact the Australian Science. Media Centre via email info@smc.org.au or +61 8 7120 8666.

ABOUT US: The Australian Science Media Centre is an independent, not-for-profit Centre working to enhance the media's coverage of science, for the benefit of all. We provide the evidence and experts when science hits the headlines and administer the breaking science news portal for our region – scimex.org. The Centre is part of a global network of science media centers.

SOURCE: Covid Vaccine Media Hub

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