Public Health Officials Use Creative Communication To Spread Knowledge Of Immunization Importance

NPR: Posters, Bullhorns, And Skirts Help Spread The Word About Vaccines
“Imagine a town crier walking down the street outside shouting through his bullhorn: ‘All of the young people should go get the new meningitis A vaccine.’ And adding that it’s free. That’s one of the ways that health practitioners are combating what they call ‘vaccine hesitancy’ — refusing a vaccine when it is offered or available…” (Kritz, 8/23).

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