Shift in attitude to COVID-19 vaccine

shift in attitude to covid 19 vaccine

Sumary of Shift in attitude to COVID-19 vaccine:

  • Callum GoddeAAPCamera IconIslamic Council of Victoria president Adel Salman notes improved attitude towards COVID vaccination.
  • Credit: AAPShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the LinkWhere COVID-19 is spreading the fastest in suburban Melbourne, misinformation and vaccine hesitancy have also taken hold.
  • But a long campaign by medical experts and local leaders has started to shift attitudes.
  • The Islamic Council of Victoria has been running online vaccine information seminars for months, giving hundreds of people the chance to have their questions answered by health professionals.
  • Council president Adel Salman says he has noticed a change in recent weeks among the state’s Muslim community, towards getting a jab.
  • Greater Dandenong isn’t faring much better at 27.9 per cent, the third-worst coverage of any Victorian LGA.
  • “There’s a lot of rumours about the vaccines and even I was a bit nervous three days ago,” he told AAP.
  • But Western Health staff and a recent Zoom session with local leaders eased his vaccine concerns.

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