After sufficient doses are manufactured and logistical barriers are reduced, convincing an overwhelming majority of people to receive a COVID-19 vaccination may be the next major challenge during this pandemic . A group of experts recently proposed strategies that have compelling rationales and are well grounded in behavioral science . However, their approaches may sometimes be unacceptable, impractical, and/or unsuccessful . Therefore, other strategies will be greatly needed to address vaccine hesitancy . The present commentary offers 8 additional promising approaches forming a framework known as PANDEMIC . This acronym stands for the following strategies: presumptive language, asking for advice, norms on an anonymous level, description of favorable attributes, emphasizing clinicians' own experiences, mandated choice, images, and communication of risk . Each of the strategies is discussed in turn . Many of the proposed strategies have empirical support for achieving desired outcomes in other domains . However, the PANDEMIC framework is untested in regard to increasing the uptake of COVID-19 vaccinations . Therefore, the strategies should be carefully evaluated before they are widely disseminated through public health announcements, email distribution lists, electronic health record messages, and other outlets.