Raising awareness of vaccinations

PHOTO: STEPHEN JAQUIERY
PHOTO: STEPHEN JAQUIERY
Pasting up a poster at the Otago Museum Reserve in Dunedin yesterday encouraging people to get vaccinated is Phantom Billstickers paster Jason Chadwick.

Phantom marketing and sales director Rupert Fenton said the company wanted

to use its nationwide poster network

to engage the public about the vaccine.

The posters were designed by Amplifer, a non-profit organisation based in the United States.

Amplifer gave permission for Phantom to use its artwork free, Mr Fenton said.

There were eight different poster designs on display around the country.

‘‘We all need to do our bit to drive vaccination to 90% and beyond,’’ Mr Fenton said. 

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