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Patient Education, Communication, and Adverse Event Reporting
EUI Fact Sheets for Recipients
The Emergency Use Instructions (EUI) fact sheets are for the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. These EUIs provide information about emergency use of FDA-approved medical products that may not be included in or differ in some way from the information provided in the FDA-approved labeling.
These Fact Sheets describe Emergency Use Instructions that have been used by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to provide information about the primary, additional, and booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine by Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna, including longer interval between primary doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, use in certain individuals who received primary vaccination with certain COVID-19 vaccines not FDA-authorized or approved for such use, and in immunocompromised individuals who received one primary dose of the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine.
- Important: Obtain EUI Fact Sheet for Recipients from our link below and begin providing these to each vaccine recipient/caregiver who is receiving a primary, additional, and/or booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine by Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna as described in the EUI. This version includes the information statement about MCIR (as indicated in Michigan VISs). Per state law, patients/parents must be informed about MCIR.
- EUI Fact Sheets:
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 enrolland fill out the surveys when prompted to do so.
- Key messages and FAQs for v-safe
- V-safe is now available in the following languages (New!):
- 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)