AHA, AMA, ANA pledge support for safe, transparent, scientifically sound COVID-19 vaccines

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AHA, AMA, ANA pledge support for safe, transparent, scientifically sound COVID-19 vaccines
tjordan_drupal
Dec 1, 2020

In an open letter to the American public, the AHA, along with the American Medical Association and American Nurses Association, today affirmed their support for vaccines as a critical means for protecting individuals, communities and loved ones from COVID-19.

The organizations reiterated their long-standing commitment to the following guiding principles related to potential COVID-19 vaccines:

  • following the science through support of the rigorous scientific and regulatory process by which COVID-19 vaccines are evaluated and may ultimately be authorized and recommended for use in the population;
  • protecting the public’s health and safety by establishing safe and effective processes for administering vaccines to all who are eligible and choose to get vaccinated; and
  • creating transparency by making available critical information about vaccines as it is released, including benefits and risks, while also working to share plans for vaccinating communities nationwide. 
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AHA, AMA, ANA pledge support for safe, transparent, scientifically sound COVID-19 vaccines
tjordan_drupal
Dec 1, 2020

In an open letter to the American public, the AHA, along with the American Medical Association and American Nurses Association, today affirmed their support for vaccines as a critical means for protecting individuals, communities and loved ones from COVID-19.

The organizations reiterated their long-standing commitment to the following guiding principles related to potential COVID-19 vaccines:

following the science through support of the rigorous scientific and regulatory process by which COVID-19 vaccines are evaluated and may ultimately be authorized and recommended for use in the population;
protecting the public’s health and safety by establishing safe and effective processes for administering vaccines to all who are eligible and choose to get vaccinated; and
creating transparency by making available critical information about vaccines as it is released, including benefits and risks, while also working to share plans for vaccinating communities nationwide. 

Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19)
COVID-19: Vaccines and Therapeutics

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