Chinanews, October 14th. According to the US "World Journal" report, the new crown pneumonia vaccine has been administered in Asian American communities for some time, but there are still people who have misconceptions about the vaccine or question the safety of the vaccine. Asian children The Alliance with the Family (CACF) recently produced posters in 11 different languages for the Asian community, including simplified Chinese and traditional Chinese, hoping to continue to increase the vaccination rate and promote correct concepts by educating the public.
The Alliance for Asian Children and Families and the NYU Center for the Study of Asian American Health (NYU Center for the Study of Asian American Health) affiliated to the New York University School of Medicine have produced posters in multiple languages.
The content is to explain immunity, vaccination, detection and treatment of new coronary pneumonia, how to achieve community immunization, and the benefits of vaccination, etc. The language launched has a variety of Asian languages, including Cantonese, simplified Chinese, and traditional Chinese.
Even if the government has vigorously promoted that undocumented immigrants and people without medical insurance can get vaccinations for free, there are still people who hesitate.
The poster emphasized that regardless of people’s immigration or citizenship status, as long as they are over 12 years old, they do not need to show an identity document issued by the state government. Even if they show a passport, they can get vaccinated for free, and it is not government relief and does not constitute the use of government benefits.
In addition, there are also promotional videos in 11 languages on the video website.
The Alliance of Asian Children and Families stated that it hopes to continue to promote vaccines and encourage people to vaccinate through posters and films that conform to the community language, so as to achieve community immunization goals as soon as possible.
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