IN THE MEDIA
National campaign brings together medical doctors representing communities at risk due to
vaccination hesitation; garners support from Canadian icons including Ryan Reynolds, Hayley
Wickenheiser, Chris Hadfield, and others.
Ryan Reynolds is encouraging Canadians to get a vaccine with a new shirt
Toronto Star: Doctors from racialized communities tackle COVID vaccine hesitancy in new campaign
A coalition of COVID-19 task forces and doctors serving racialized and ethnic communities across Canada have banded together to launch the ‘This is our Shot’ campaign, aiming to battle vaccine hesitancy and encourage Canadians to get inoculated.
Decorated Olympian and med student Hayley Wickenheiser has launched a new campaign with hundreds of diverse Canadian influencers to crush COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy.
Doctors and other front-line professionals, backed by Canadian celebrities, have banded together to get accurate vaccine information to those most at risk of contracting COVID-19.
The South Asian COVID Task Force is hosting town halls to answer your questions about vaccines. Here’s more from Dr. Simerpreet Sandhawalia.
Dr. Samir Gupta, Canada Tonight medical contributor, discusses Quebec confirming the first death related to rare AstraZeneca-linked blood clots.
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Hospital News: Toronto respirologist earns support of Canadian icons in #ThisIsOurShot vaccine campaign
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