Vaccination campaign: SMS messages “persuasion” arrive daily on 450,000 unvaccinated mobile phones | Hellas
The government appears to be considering a new campaign to persuade unvaccinated citizens to vaccinate against the coronavirus in order to “build” the needed immune wall, at a time when cases are dangerously increasing.
According to a related report broadcast in SKAI’s main news bulletin as of next Monday, November 1, messages will be sent daily to the mobile phones of 450,000 unvaccinated until they fall ill or be vaccinated. According to the TV station, the personal data was provided through the IDIKA platform.
Every day unvaccinated people receive a different text message. At the same time, he has already started receiving letters from those over 50 to schedule a third dose of the vaccine.
See examples of messages for the day:
A message to unvaccinated people every Monday: “The global scientific community as a whole supports vaccination against Covid-19. You too can become part of the solution. Book your vaccination appointment now at emvolio.gov.gr.”
A message to the unvaccinated every Tuesday: “Our children should be safe in school. To fulfill their dreams. It is up to you to give them a safe future. Get vaccinated with your family.”
Message to the unvaccinated every Wednesday: “Today 7 out of 10 Covid patients are over 60 years old and 9 out of 10 are not immunized. If you belong to one of the two groups, make your appointment now so you can get your life back.”
A message to the unvaccinated every Thursday: “More than 6.5 million Greek men and women have trusted science and developed a coronavirus vaccine. You and your family can feel more secure and confident. Take life in your own hands by getting a COVID-19 vaccine.”
A message to the unvaccinated every Friday: “People who have been vaccinated are 13 to 20 times more likely to have serious illness and intubation than those who have not been vaccinated. Will you remain unvaccinated?”
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