Explaining the importance of COVID-19 vaccine letter

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Q:Write a sample letter to your friend explaining the importance of COVID-19 vaccine 


Dorshon Dewri

Ambarkhana, Sylhet

12 July 2022

Dear X, 

I hope you're safe and sound. How are your parents doing? I heard from you that they were scared about getting vaccinated for COVID-19. You must convince them that it is absolutely safe as millions of people all over the world are getting vaccinated.

It, however, is understandable why your parents are scared. There are some side effects of COVID-19 shots. However, they're very negligible as almost all the vaccines have some sort of minor side effects like sore muscle, light fever, or weakness. These are even signs that the vaccine is actually working. In fact, there are a number of benefits of being vaccinated. All the vaccines are safe and effective as they are already clinically trialed. COVID-19 vaccines can also prevent you from becoming seriously ill even if you get the disease. By getting vaccinated yourself, you also protect the people around you. Vaccination is a safer way to develop immunity. There are, so far, five COVID-19 vaccines of four different countries administered in Bangladesh. The five vaccines are AstraZeneca (England), Moderna (America), Pfizer (Germany), Sinovac (China) and Sinopharm (China). They can give from 62 percent to 95 percent protection.

Hence, you and your family members should get vaccinated as soon as possible and stay tension free. Take care of yourself and keep in touch.

Best,

Y

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