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Usapang Bakuna: Gabay sa Epektibong Komunikasyon Tungkol sa Pagbabakuna Kontra COVID-19

This resource is a communications guide for community-based healthcare workers, frontliners, and other social mobilizers to help them accurately talk about the COVID-19 vaccine in the community.

Rendered in Filipino, the guide contains information on frequently asked questions about COVID-19, how to address common questions and concerns, and how to address inaccurate information or fake news that may be present in communities.

 

An excerpt from the document:

Patuloy na kumakalat ang COVID-19 sa Pilipinas. Upang mapabagal ang pagkalat nito, inilunsad ang Resbakuna, isang nasyunal na kampanya na naglalayong mabigyan ng bakuna laban sa COVID-19 ang lahat ng eligible na Pilipino.

Mahalagang sundin ang tinalagang prioritization sa ating layunin na mabakunahan ang lahat ng kabilang sa eligible population.

Ang gabay na ito ay ginawa para sa mga community health workers, vaccination teams, volunteers, at social mobilizers para magkaroon ng positibong ugnayan sa komunidad at mapataas ang kumpiyansa ng mga tao sa pagpapabakuna kontra COVID-19. Inaasahang makapagbibigay ito ng mga panuntunan at halimbawa para maipaliwanag ang kahalagahan ng pagpapabakuna; tugunan ang mga tanong, agam-agam, o pagtanggi sa bakuna; at maiwasan ang pagkalat ng mga maling impormasyon.

 


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There is an urgent need to prioritize the elderly given the limited supply of vaccines available to us. Data tells us that while 7 out of 10 COVID-19 deaths are from the senior citizen population, only 3 out of 10 of them have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

As vaccination among senior citizens as of July 12, 2021 remains only at a little over 30%, RILHUB supports seeking urgent action from valued health partners to help increase and accelerate COVID-19 vaccination uptake among our senior citizens.

This resource was reuploaded with permission from the World Health Organization (WHO) Philippines. 

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