Orthodox Jews Are Choosing to Get the Covid Vaccine Thanks to Community Education

Having been hit hard initially by the Covid Pandemic, the Orthodox Jewish community has rebounded by vaccinating in large numbers, thanks to education initiatives. Between community activists from the medical professions to rabbis and community leaders also imploring their congregations and neighborhoods, there is a push to share credible medical information with other Orthodox Jews. Organizations like the Jewish Orthodox Women’s Medical Association (JOWMA) Preventative Health Committee work to take the politics and misinformation out of the equation, so people can be as informed as possible with accurate facts. Read more here.

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  • Avatar photo Yael says on June 5, 2021

    Gotta love it. Orthodox Jews have no access to medical information, if it’s not presented in a culturally accessible way. Wow. That takes the cake. And blacks can’t find their way to a DMV. Thank goodness, our smart, savvy, holier-and-smarter-than-thou top-of-the-tier people can save us from ourselves. Where would we be without you?


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