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Pastor CeJay talks with Dr. Belton and Dr. Ellis about SU Vaccination Day

The Southern University System has launched “Don’t Wait. Vaccinate!” a campaign that encourages Black and other racial minority groups to get vaccinated against COVID-19.  

The campaign responds to disappointing data that continues to reveal that ethnic minorities, who are disproportionately affected, are not getting vaccinated at a rate large enough to overcome this global pandemic. 

Joining Southern is the Southern University Alumni Federation, more than 100 faith-based individuals and associations, civic, fraternal, and social organizations.

The grassroots, research-based campaign will engage Southern University alumni and other stakeholders across all 64 Louisiana parishes. 

The System also aims to provide resources and content area experts from relevant programs across its five campuses to provide information about the vaccine and benefits of the vaccine and why it’s critically important that African Americans get vaccinated.

WHY AM I HERE?

  • Here to alert the public that there is a FREE Vaccination site coming to our community. Pre-registration is NOT required.  Drive-ups or Walk-ins are welcome!
  • It’s the Johnson and Johnson One time Shot.  
  • If you are 18 years or older, you are qualified to take the vaccine.  

 

WHERE: Southern University at Shreveport – 3050 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive (Gymnasium) on Saturday, April 10th from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.

Don’t believe the myths – know the facts.  

  • Vaccines are safe.  
  • No evidence that the vaccine caused those that have passed away after taking the vaccine death
  • Yes, there are very few that have tested positive after taking the vaccine.  But scientists and doctors have revealed that their symptoms and recovery were mild due to the vaccine. 
  • The vaccine was not developed overnight.  Researchers and scientists have been studying this virus for over a decade.
  • The hot does not include the virus.   

Any questions, feel free to email [email protected] or visit www.sus.edu/vaccinate for the latest information. 

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