100 years and counting of mask wearing in Japan | Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance

Gradually, the practice of mask-wearing became less dependent on a specific pandemic threat and premised more on an individual duty to protect one’s family, community and country, which demanded sustained engagement. It was not surprising then that public campaigns also built upon themes that integrated family and work life. On the one hand, mask-wearing came to symbolise the love and care in people’s relations with their family members. Source: 100 years and counting of maskContinue…

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The African roots of inoculation in America

Truth About Vaccination

Onesimus was an African man who was instrumental in the mitigation of the impact of a smallpox outbreak in Boston, Massachusetts. Don’t listen to the “white” supremacists and their agents. Vaccination is natural African medicine.    

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