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External Event: Frontline Advice for Preparing for Vaccine Rollout

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Where: Online Cost: Free

This webinar is being presented by Mary Boutette, Chief Operating Officer, Perley and Rideau Veterans’ Health Centre. The long-awaited vaccines against COVID-19 have arrived to long-term care homes in every part of the province. Ottawa’s Perley and Rideau Veterans’ Health Centre has been among the first to administer vaccines to its residents and staff. A senior executive from Perley Rideau will share the centre’s experience in this not-to-be-missed webinar.

Find out what your home can do to prepare for the rollout, get strategies for encouraging high vaccine uptake among your staff, and ensure this critical tool for ending the pandemic has the very best chance for success.

For more information, visit:http://www.advantageontario.ca/AAO/Learning/Learning-COVID-19/Frontline-Advice-for-Preparing-for-Vaccine-Rollout.aspx

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