Myths and Misconceptions about Covid vaccine

Myths and Misconceptions about COVID-19 Vaccination Like polio vaccination, so many myths and misconceptions are attached to the COVID-19 vaccination. This is because, it is still not clear whether, after vaccination, people will return to their normal health or not. Researchers say that the possibility of being infected after vaccination is still there. Amid this uncertainty, the efforts of the world bodies to vaccinate every single man may be marred by the prevailing myths and misconceptions. The questions which need to be discussed at broader level are:

  • How can we remove all these myths and misconceptions about vaccination?
  • Why is it necessary to help layperson get rid of these misconceptions?
  • What role can our media, clergy and academics play in this regard?
  • What individual and collective efforts are required to clear these myths?

Moderator: Dr. Abid Suleri, Executive Director, SDPI

Speaker: Dr. Javed Akram; Vice Chancellor, University of Health Sciences Lahore

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