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WEAREDH WA DOH COVID-19 Campaign

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CHWCMR conducts six workshops to increase knowledge and advocate for the COVID-19 Vaccine among Latinx-Mesoamerican Indigenous, and 20 Garifuna’s. A total of 60 participants virtually joined the workshop conducted in Spanish.  Each participant receive $250 at the end of each workshop as an economic relief due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Some characteristics of participants: 52 participants were born in Mexico and the rest of Participants were born in Honduras and Guatemala. The ages of participants were among 16–65-year-old with a media of 28 years.

 

Twelve CHWs worked in pairs to facilitate these workshops in Spanish.  They also conducted pre and post-surveys before and after each workshop with the participants.  The survey includes 37 questions regarding demographic characteristics of participants, general information about COVID-19 and the COVID-19 vaccine and the clarification of the most frequent misinformation shared by the media and communities regarding the COVID-19. The content of the curriculum is based on evidence-based information from CDC, and WA DOH website.  A booklet in Spanish and English was created for this purpose. A total of 10 CHWs helped distribute these booklets to 20 different locations in the state of WA. 

 

Our educative campaign also uses social media to disseminate the messages sent by WEAREDH and WA DOH, as well as a radio interview with our grantors to talk about the truth of the COVID-19 vaccine.

 

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WEAREDH WA DOH-Sport Teams

Sedro Woolley

Enumclaw

Federal Way

Kent

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