The Gateway Centre of Excellence in Rural Health is hosting a second training session in Goderich for volunteers for their ongoing vaccine hesitancy project.
Currently, the centre is doing a project where they take volunteers who are vaccinated members of the community, and have judgement free open houses where unvaccinated members of the community can come and learn about the COVID-19 vaccines and their benefits from people right in their own areas. The first training session for volunteers was September 29th, and now a second session will be held tomorrow, October 13th, for anyone interested in taking part in this project.
Volunteers from Huron, Bruce and Grey counties can sign up at cvctraining.eventbrite.ca.
The original story on this project can be found here: https://blackburnnews.com/midwestern-ontario/midwestern-ontario-news/2021/09/23/gateway-centre-excellence-rural-health-host-vaccine-hesitancy-project/
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