The Hungarian Medical Chamber (MOK) has launched a vaccination promotion campaign to draw people’s attention to the fact that our life can only return to normal if as many people as possible get vaccinated against Covid-19 without delay.
People have an aversion to vaccines, says the MOK, which can be overcome not only by dispelling existing fears but also by promoting new emotions that are stronger than fear: the feeling of pride, the heroic idea that people can individually put an end to the current situation.
The main message of the campaign, therefore, is that it is not us, but Hungary as a whole that will be in danger if we do not gather the courage to overcome our fears about vaccination.
In the new campaign film, historical figures and famous Hungarians encourage everyone to get vaccinated, while they also tell us why they would vaccinate themselves.
A recent survey conducted in Budapest shows that Hungarians are still feeling distrust towards the Russian and especially the Chinese vaccines. Also, there are differences in the attitude toward vaccination based on age and political affiliation. According to a representative survey conducted in Budapest by Medián and 21 Research Center, among people over the age […]Continue reading
The campaign film also highlights that vaccination is not the real risk, but that of the current situation persisting for too long.