ANTI-RUMOURS CAMPAIGN: “Do not allow rumours to get you sick. Get yourself vaccinated”
The campaign aimed to reduce rumors and prejudices, which are a burden upon migrants. It was implemented at the entrance of a hospital, where rumors that affirm that immigrants use abusively the health system are spread. The campaign consisted in raising awareness through a roleplaying simulating medical examination and a vaccination campaign. An “Anti-rumors vaccine” containing accurate data against these rumors in the prospectus was given to every health worker and the people walking around.  

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