WBCF to host COVID-19 vaccine webinar

The Western Bulldogs Community Foundation will address COVID-19 vaccine questions and concerns in a Zoom webinar next week.

The Western Bulldogs Community Foundation, in partnership with Victoria University and the Victorian Department of Health, will address COVID-19 vaccine questions and concerns in a Zoom webinar next week.

The Play On: Protect Yourself to Protect the Community webinar will see a panel of experts come together to answer all questions on the vaccine roll-out, as the state prepares to exit lockdown.

At the current vaccination rate, Victoria is predicted to reach the 70% double-dose target on October 22 or 23, and the 80% double-dose target on November 1 or 2.

Headlining the group of panellists are the Department of Health’s Acting Chief Health Officer, Benjamin Cowie, and immunisation expert Associate Professor Margie Danchin.

Sobur Dhieu, a facilitator of the Community Foundation’s GOAL mentoring program, and Wallace Butterfield, a participant of the Inner West Youth Leadership Project will also share their vaccination experiences.

The webinar will be held via Zoom on Wednesday 20 October at 5.30pm AEDT.

To register your attendance, please click here.

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