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Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy Among Immigrant Communities in Canada

Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy Among Immigrant Communities in Canada

The digital communication era has given rise to quick and convenient access to information. With vaccine disinformation and anti-vaccine rhetoric becoming increasingly prevalent across social media, the need to improve vaccine literacy at a population level has become urgent. Immigrant communities face unique challenges that hinder their access to credible and coherent sources of vaccine-related information, potentially leading to reliance on disinformative sources of information. Additionally, factors such as language barriers, social exclusions, and the amplification of anti-vaccine narratives across social media culminate the perfect milieu for vaccine hesitant attitudes to propagate within immigrant communities. By identifying the determinants behind the adoption of anti-vaccine narratives among immigrant communities in Canada, strategies to counter vaccine hesitancy can be optimized to improve health education and vaccine literacy within immigrant communities.

1. Introduction

2. Race, Language, and Vaccine Literacy

3. Inequities in Access to Reliable Vaccine Information

4. Recommendations

5. Limitations and Future Steps

6. References

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