Monthly Roundup
Monthly Roundup: COVID-19 Vaccine Development, Policy, and Public Perception in the United States is an email newsletter that pulls together news and research updates on COVID-19 vaccines and the mass vaccination effort in the United States. It also includes “CommuniVax Corner,” a section that shares the latest events and activities from the coalition.
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Peer-Reviewed Publications for CommuniVax


Equitable COVID-19 Vaccination for Hispanics in the United States: A Success Story from California Border Communities

by Maria Elena Martinez, Jesse N. Nodora, Corinne McDaniels-Davidson, Noe C. Crespo and Amir Adolphe Edward (San Diego State University Team)

Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2022, 19(1), 535;

Media Coverage
May 2022, May 17

University Of Alabama: Innovators Recognized With Community Engagement Awards

January 2022

KXAN-TV, January 19

List: Reasons people aren’t getting vaccinated against COVID-19

Society for Medical Anthropology, January 2022

Series: The Practice of Medical Anthropology

Raising the Big Tent: Translating Knowledge to Action in the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Christian Science Monitor, January 13

Governments try shame to boost vaccine use. Does it work?

September 2021

The Journalist's Resource, September 7

6 tips for covering COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

The Washington Post, September 2

Why covid-19 vaccination gaps persist

April 2021

Healthcare Information & Management Systems Society, April 13

Vaccine Equity: The Quest to Leave No One Behind

March 2021

San Diego State University News Center, March 16

Inside SDSU's Community COVID-19 Efforts

Diverse Issues in Higher Education, March 11

A Coalition of Scholars Works Toward Equitable Vaccine Distribution

January 2021

WMAR (Baltimore), January 28

Vaccine State of America

Sapiens Magazine, January 15

What Makes Vaccines Social?

December 2020