BETSI Cadwaladr College Well being Board (BCUHB) is participating in two digital Q&As on COVID-19 vaccinations, the place individuals’s questions will probably be answered by medical consultants.
The occasion, known as COVID-19 Vaccine Questions, is in partnership with North East and North West Neighborhood Cohesion workforce and BAWSO, a number one organisation in Wales supporting black minority ethnic communities.
The Q&As will probably be held through Zoom on Wednesday, April 28, at 2pm – 3pm, and Wednesday, Could 5, at 6.30pm – 7.30pm.
Well being professionals from the well being board will probably be on the periods to debate the most recent info on the COVID-19 Vaccination Programme, reply questions and people who have had the vaccine can even share their experiences.
Neighborhood nurse Leigh Pusey stated: “We welcome those that have had their vaccine to hitch us within the session and share their views and expertise with others, or for those who’re nervous in regards to the vaccine and need to know extra in regards to the unwanted side effects, then we may help reply and dispel these fears.
“We additionally know there may be proof of disproportionate mortality and morbidity amongst black, Asian and minority ethnic individuals, together with our NHS workers, who’ve contracted COVID-19.
“It’s essential that we perceive which teams are most in danger, so we welcome these from totally different backgrounds and communities to hitch us so we will take concerted motion to guard them.”
For extra info on COVID-19 for minority ethnic communities, go to this digital discover board.
Be a part of the Zoom assembly on April twenty eighth at 2pm through this hyperlink https://zoom.us/j/99376574285 – or the Assembly ID: 993 7657 4285 and Passcode: 506511.
Be a part of the Zoom assembly on Could fifth at 6.30pm through this hyperlink https://zoom.us/j/93170846120 or the Assembly ID: 931 7084 6120 and Passcode: 352932.