2021-08-04 09:50:00, Julia Craven, About Us

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According to the New York Times, the White House has recruited more than 50 social media influencers and celebrities to help combat vaccine misinformation and spread official COVID wisdom to the masses.

The same data set shows that young people ages 18 to 39 said they weren't vaccinated because they were concerned about side effects, wanted to wait and see if the vaccines are safe, didn't trust the shots, or didn't think vaccination was necessary for them.

The problem the White House is trying to solve is very real: Only 28.4 percent of 18-to-24-year-olds have reported being vaccinated, according to a June report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

It was not a one-off when, late last month, the Biden administration enlisted the help of Olivia Rodrigo, the hugely popular 18-year-old pop star, to convince her young and very online fans to get vaccinated.

Approach: Using a viral sound where rapper Trina cusses out one of her Love & Hip Hop: Miami co-stars, @kristenware_ puts a comedic spin on the heightened transmissibility of the delta variant.

instagram, vaccines, anthony-fauci, coronavirus, tiktok, social-media, white-house

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