Vaccine United

Vaccine Overview

“There is so much information out there. I’ve been using the internet basically since I was a baby and even I have a hard time navigating through it all. Having access to a single trustworthy starting point with a lot of basic info was huge for me. I get that the situation is constantly changing. I just need to be able to go back to the same sources I can trust when that happens.”
Newark resident

On March 30, 2022 the federal government launched a comprehensive central resource for information on the COVID-19 virus, including testing and vaccination. It is currently available in English, Spanish, and Chinese.

NJ COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Page

The state of New Jersey maintains a complete COVID-19 vaccine resource page. It includes information on what the vaccine is, how it can affect recipients, and where individuals and families can get a vaccine injection, and more.

New Jersey Department of Health

In addition, the New Jersey Department of Health maintains a wealth of up-to-date information and resource documents on the vaccines. Information targeted to individuals, social organizations, and others is available.

CDC Information

CDC COVID-19 Recommended Vaccination schedule (as of summer, 2022):

CDC recently launched a vaccine resource hub to provide access to hundreds of free and accurate educational materials to support COVID-19 and flu vaccination in your community:

CDC also maintains a resource page for clinicians an professionals:

COVID-19 by County tool (track COVID infections levels in your county):

Articles and studies:

Effectiveness of mRNA Vaccination in Preventing COVID-19–Associated Invasive Mechanical Ventilation and Death (March 18, 2022):

COVID-19 immune response improves for months after vaccination (March 8, 2022):

Safety Monitoring of COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Doses Among Persons Aged 12–17 Years (March 1, 2022):

Additional Sources and Studies

Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Association Between Menstrual Cycle Length and Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Vaccination – Jan. 5, 2022


Please note: the science of understanding the COVID-19 virus is constantly evolving as more information is gathered and more is learned. While we endeavor to update as often as possible, we cannot guarantee that all of the information on the site is correct, complete, or up to date at a given time.

Although Vaccine United endeavors to only provide links to reputable and reliable internet sites, we are not responsible for the content, accuracy, or timeliness of the information and resources presented on those sites. Additionally, a link from our site to a third-party site does not constitute an endorsement by Vaccine United, Hopeloft, or any of our affiliated organizations of those parties or their products or services.