Media round up 12th March – 25th March

Liverpool health leaders launch drive to help Ethnic Communities feel safe about Covid-19 vaccine

The Guide Liverpool, 12th March – Cheshire and Merseyside NHS is teaming up with Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities to launch a campaign promoting vaccine safety. Using insight from local research, representatives from ethnic communities will address questions about the vaccine in a series of radio adverts, posters and social media adverts planned across the local area.

Sefton health leaders launch drive to help ethnic communities feel safe about Covid vaccine

Champion Newspaper, 12th March – As above.

​Chester mum urges BAME communities to get Covid vaccine

The Standard, 12th March – A Chester mum-of-two is spearheading a campaign to help more people in Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities take up the Covid-19 vaccine.

Campaign launched in Merseyside and Cheshire to promote vaccine safety after hesitance among minority ethnic communities

ITV News, 12th March – Health leaders in Cheshire and Merseyside are teaming up with Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities to promote the safety of the Covid vaccine. It comes after a survey revealed people from ethnic minorities living in deprived communities are more likely to be hesitant about the coronavirus vaccine than those in more affluent areas.

More vaccine hesitance among ethnic minorities in deprived areas, study shows

Shropshire Star, 12th March – People from ethnic minorities living in deprived communities are more likely to be hesitant about the coronavirus vaccine than those in more affluent areas, a study has shown. The survey of people from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) groups in Cheshire and Merseyside has prompted the NHS in the area to launch a campaign promoting vaccine safety.