Brampton rolls out social media campaign to encourage vaccinations
The City of Brampton has launched a social media campaign to encourage and convince local residents to continue to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
The 30-second video shows several prominent Bramptonians telling people why they decided to get vaccinated.
Whether it’s to hug a loved one, get back to team sports, or to protect our community - we all have a reason for being vaccinated.— City of Brampton (@CityBrampton) June 8, 2021
Help our community get back to better, #Brampton. Book your 1st and 2nd appointments as soon as you are eligible. https://t.co/ytgaYlQqfc. pic.twitter.com/jnWiBkBJW0
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