Kids Boost Immunity and UNICEF

Kids Boost Immunity and UNICEF encourage Canadian students to
‘Act Local to Vaccinate Global’

New website pairs classroom learning about immunization with the chance to earn vaccines for children in support of UNICEF Canada

TORONTO, April 23, 2018 /CNW/ – Federal Minister of Health, The Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor kicked off National Immunization Awareness Week today by announcing a new Canadian health platform designed to raise literacy about immunization in schools. Kids Boost Immunity (KBI) empowers students to think about immunization in a global context by combining learning with the opportunity to donate vaccines for children in another part of the world.

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