COVID-19 Vaccination Series – FAQ (What are the risks of getting a booster?)

This is a video on a frequently asked question on COVID-19 vaccination, “What are the risks of getting a booster?”.

This video was published by the Ministry of Health – Guyana.

Watch the video here.

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Get Vaccinated Today: A Message from Healthcare Workers in Nigeria

It is still important that we get vaccinated against COVID-19 and complete our doses. Vaccines are safe. Vaccines protect you and your family. Vaccines prevent the spread of infectious diseases from one person to the other.

PSA Video 1: A message from Reuben Omolayo, a registered nurse midwife

PSA Video 2: A message from Dr. Oke, a head of clinical services

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Leon Seaton Jr. – Guyana National Swimmer: Message on COVID-19 in Guyana

This resource is a video message on COVID-19 booster doses. The message is from Leon Seaton Jr., a national swimmer from Guyana. The target audience is mainly youth.

This video was produced by the Ministry of Health – Guyana.

Link to video

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Posters to Promote COVID-19 Vaccination to Specific Groups in Mali

In support of national authorities, BA-Mali with the Risk Communication Thematic Group has developed 4 posters for specific groups such as pregnant women, breastfeeding women, the elderly, and children and adolescents to promote vaccination against COVID-19. These posters are made available to all partners with possible variations in Kakemonos and posters for social networks.

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Protecting Families Through Routine Immunization: A Message from Dr. Miracle Ogbu

Dr. Miracle Ogbu is the Ebonyi State Emergency Routine Immunization Coordinating Committee (SERICC) Coordinator, and he urges us to protect ourselves and our children by ensuring we get immunized/vaccinated against vaccine-preventable diseases.

Breakthrough ACTION Nigeria works with various stakeholders in Ebonyi State to improve immunization indices and protect families from vaccine-preventable diseases.

Source: Protecting Families Through Routine Immunization: A Message from Dr. Miracle Ogbu

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Mozambique Test 2 Treat Campaign Materials

COVID is not completely over yet, so these material draw attention to the symptoms of COVID so that people can go to the health unit to get tested in case of any symptoms and if positive, get treatment straight away if they have not passed five days.

Source: Mozambique Test 2 Treat Campaign materials

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5 Inspiring Covid-19 Marketing Campaigns

Now that the Covid-19 storm has mostly raged itself out it can be hard to remember how much was changed during that time.

During periods of lockdown, consumer circumstances and buying habits changed and brands were forced to change their operational approach as well as their messaging in response. Many experts saw this as a time for companies to reassess their brand strategy – as we looked at in our podcast episode on insights into how brands were dealing with the pandemic.

Despite being a highly creative industry, marketing isn’t always as innovative or risk-averse as you might believe. Many brands opted to remain conservative when it came to their campaigns for fear of tarnishing their reputation. For many, the pandemic was a time to pivot, to reinvent, to inspire, and to offer a viable solution to what was a very pressing problem.

We have highlighted five noteworthy marketing campaigns from the Covid-19 era that you should know about.

Source: 5 Inspiring Covid-19 Marketing Campaigns

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Liberia ‘Healthy Life’ Campaign

Since 2021, Breakthrough ACTION, led by Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, has worked in close partnership with the Liberia Ministry of Health to develop COVID-19 communication materials. Many of the materials have been developed under the larger umbrella health campaign “Healthy Life”, while other materials have been developed for specific campaign surges (e.g., pediatric vaccinations).

Radio spots:

Print materials:

Video:

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Influencer and boxer Alcinda vaccine promotion video

Source: Influencer and boxer Alcinda vaccine promotion video

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Vaccine influencers video: Aires, Humberto, Wazimbo and Dany Ripanga

Digital influencers get vaccinated and appeal to the community over 18 years old to take the COVID-19 booster shot.

Source: Vaccine influencers video: Aires, Humberto, Wazimbo and Dany Ripanga

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