WAYS TO STAY CONNECTED AND SAFE DURING COVID PANDEMIC
Family webinars is the thing today. The coronavirus pandemic has turned life upside down so fast that every wave is different and comes stronger than we could imagine.
My family is in different parts of the world. The different countries and different provinces for those in Canada. I have family Canada, Australia, UK, Africa even in Sweden. We were all feeling a little isolated because of social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID, and the limited travel opportunities. All I ask my family now is to get vaccinated and hopefully this will bring change to our lives. At View Global Services we advise families that want to visit their loved ones to consider virtual interaction when possible. Our care team at VGS assists resident with facility owned iPads to help residents and families stay connected.
Vaccination for all.
At View Global Services we go by Protected together. Connecting People and Changing communities. All our staff are screened and fully vaccinated to help us fight the virus across Canada.
Vaccination is a simple, safe, and effective way of protecting people against harmful diseases, before they come into contact with them. It uses your body’s natural defenses to build resistance to specific infections and makes your immune system stronger. According to the World Health Organization(WHO) Globally, as of 4:19pm CET, 13 January 2022, there have been 315,345,967 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 5,510,174 deaths, reported to WHO. As of 11 January 2022, a total of 9,194,549,698 vaccine doses have been administered. We still have more work to do.
According to Dr. Theresa Tam, Chief Public Health Officer of Canada
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Text on-screen: Here’s why I’m getting the COVID-19 vaccine
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Text on-screen: Dr. Theresa Tam, Chief Public Health Officer of Canada
Dr. Tam: There are so many important reasons to get the COVID-19 vaccine. For me, protecting my parents is my top “my why”. Of course, keeping myself healthy and getting back to things that keep me fit, connected and having fun are runners up!
I know so many of us are looking forward to being able to spend time together with our friends and families and doing the things we enjoy. Be a vaccine ambassador and share your “why.”
Text on-screen: Share this post and say why you plan to get the vaccine. #MyWhy
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When we get the vaccines, we are helping ourselves to protect others. View Global Staff members have been involved in different mass covid-19 vaccination campaigns in the areas of Fort McMurray Alberta Canada.
We still say, continue to keep your mask on if you’re in public.
Having the Covid vaccine is not enough yet to protect one from the transmission of the virus, so continue to wash your hands thoroughly welcome or use hand sanitizer. Few people these days have portable bottles filled with it. Let us not forget that the new variants of covid can now affect the little ones so bad. So we urge parents not to ignore the symptoms of Covid among the infants as it has been recently mixed with the common cold flu symptoms.
Executive Director- western Canada
Anthony James K.
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
View Global Services Inc.