By Arthur Allen and Julie Appleby and Tarena Lofton
March 12, 2021
The twists and turns of the American healthcare system can sometimes leave people lost, confused, and looking for answers. We have created a new video series – “Explained by KHN” – in which our correspondents and editors answer general questions about health care and health policy.
When promising news began to spread about the development, effectiveness, and spread of Covid-19 vaccines in the United States, the questions about vaccinations became even more viral. In this edition of “Explained by KHN” we will answer frequently asked consumer questions about Covid vaccines.
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