By Evelyn KwongToronto Star
Tue., March 16, 2021timer1 min. read
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With COVID-19 vaccines flowing into Canada by the millions, extra and extra folk at some stage in the nation are lining up to earn their shot in the hope of being one step closer to the tip of the devastating world pandemic.
However, vaccine hesitancy remains a roadblock to achieving this purpose. Distrust in Canada’s well being care system, governments and instutions due to a history of exploitation continues to be a genuine obstacle for Sad, Indigenous, and racialized communities.
Speaking in their native languages, long-period of time-care residents, doctors, and nurses and others who obtain purchased the vaccine — ranging in age from 22 to 94 — part why they got they got their shot, what it formulation to them, and how they felt after receiving it.
These are non-public accounts of those individuals’ vaccine experiences. To learn extra, contact your well being care supplier.
If you obtain purchased your vaccine and would enjoy to take part in this series, please email email@example.com, including a line-by-line textual boom translation in English.
Video captions by Star video producer Kelsey Wilson. Word her at @kelseyleewilson.
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