Patient Education, Communication, and Adverse Event Reporting
EUA Fact Sheets for Recipients
The EUA Fact Sheet for Recipients must be provided to each vaccine recipient/caregiver.
- Important: Obtain EUA Fact Sheet for Recipients from our links below. These versions include the information statement about MCIR (as indicated in Michigan VISs). Per state law, patients/parents must be informed about MCIR.
- EUA Fact Sheets:
- Questions about EUAs? See COVID-19 Vaccine EUA FAQs
Vaccination Record Cards
- Providers must provide a COVID-19 vaccination record card to each vaccine recipient/parent/legal guardian.
- These are included in ancillary kits shipped to provider offices. Complete these cards accurately, including second dose due date, and give to each patient.
- V-safe is a new smartphone-based tool that uses text messaging and web surveys to provide health check-ins after a person receives a COVID-19 vaccination. It also reminds patients of any needed second vaccine dose.
- Provide a v-safe information sheet (below) to patients at the time of vaccination, and encourage them to enroll and fill out the surveys when prompted to do so.
- Key messages and FAQs for v-safe
- V-safe is now available in the following langauges (New!):
- Simplified Chinese
- V-safe website in the above-mentioned languages
- V-safe information sheet in the above-mentioned languages
- V-safe poster in the above-mentioned languages
- V-safe social media messages in the above-mentioned languages (folder)
- V-safe and Pregnancy (NEW):
- Videos (NEW):
- COVID-19 Vaccines and Fetal Cells - NEW
- Frequently Asked Questions for the Public | MDHHS - Updated 3/3/21
- Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Vaccination | CDC
- Toolkit for Pregnant People and New Parents | CDC - Updated 3/5/21
- Communication Toolkit | CDC
- COVID-19 Vaccines Website
- Includes information to the public, as well as healthcare provider information
- COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness:
Adverse Event Reporting
- Providers must report adverse events and administration errors to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System
- 10 Things Healthcare Providers Need to Know About VAERS (NEW)