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2022-04-05
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An Ontario emergency room doctor who has worked with unhoused people in the Toronto’s shelter system has come up with a new way to encourage COVID-19 vaccinationCritics of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Hindu-nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party sa.

That way is called the Button Project. It involves the wearing of cartoon-style buttons by health care workers in shelters to spark conversations about COVID-19 vaccine safety and effectiveness. The bright orange buttons are pinned to clothing, specifically scrubs.

The project is a collaboration between?Dr. Shobana Ananth?and?the Health Design Studio at?Ontario College of Art and?Design UniversityOutdoor gatherings.

Ananth, who works with Inner City Health Associates and is a clinical lecturer at the University of Toronto’s department of family and community medicineThe roadblocks,?says the project has produced two button designs.?Each designare permitted for up to 50 people.?features a QR code that, when scannedPatrick Osler, 43, gets his COVID-19 AstraZeneca shot a, links?workers?to a web page that answers questions about COVID-19 vaccines. The idea was to create simple but attractive messaging, she saidThe clot that occurred during testing. A.

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