COVID-19 Vaccinations in Prisons – Public Panel Discussion, April 2021
On April 19th, 2021, CAEFS hosted a virtual panel in partnership with Dr. Idil Abdillahi and El Jones to address questions and concerns from incarcerated people and their loved ones regarding the COVID-19 vaccine in prison. This panel was developed as a response to the number of questions that CAEFS and others were receiving regarding the vaccine, and a noted lack of information about the vaccine for federally incarcerated people. A version of this panel was distributed to the Correctional Service of Canada to be shared with federally incarcerated people.
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