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Indigenous Community Resources

Here you will find COVID-19 resources to support Indigenous peoples and communities in B.C. 

COVID-19 Vaccination Promotion

Protecting communities by building immunity: Indigenous physicians share stories about COVID-19 vaccination.


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About Vaccination

Learn about why it's important to get a COVID-19 vaccine, possible side effects and what happens after you get your vaccine.



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Learn about why it's important to get your second dose of COVID-19 vaccine to protect yourself, your family and your community.

Watch Dr. Nel Wieman, Deputy Chief Medical Health Officer (First Nations Health Authority) address vaccine anxieties and apprehensions in the video below.

 


Getting your second dose

The second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine helps the immune system to produce a stronger immune response for a longer period of time. Watch Dr. Nel Wieman, Deputy Chief Medical Health Officer (First Nations Health Authority) address why it is important to get both doses.

 


COVID-19 Prevention




Reducing stigma

Healing in pandemic times: Indigenous Peoples, stigma, and COVID-19 is available to watch for both public viewing and educational use. The animated video reviews key terms like stigmatization, stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination in an easily understandable way.

 


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