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This research examines the impact of digital vaccination education in controlling the spread of Covid-19 in the Tawangrejo village community with Facebook. It was conducted to review the use of social media for education as a result of cultural acceleration. At this time people prioritize efficiency and also practicality in living life. Facebook social media was chosen in this study because Facebook can be accessed by anyone. Unlike with other social media, a person can directly access the information that is available and they need without having to wait for someone else to tell them. The social media used is Facebook. This research aims to describe the impact of digital education on vaccination in controlling the spread of Covid-19 in the Tawangrejo village community using Facebook. This qualitative research used phenomenological approach. The informants were determined by purposive sampling method. Paul Virilio’s dromology theory was used. This theory examines how everything is measured at speed, including the speed of information. In addition to the dromology theory, William F. Ogburn’s social change theory was applied. The results of this research are (1) social media provides efficient and instant education regarding Covid-19 vaccination, (2) the public does not have the same speed in receiving information, and (3) digital education has both negative and positive impacts.