Staff are eagerly sending in their post-vaccination pictures, and we're thrilled to share them with you. On behalf of our patients, staff, and our city, thank you healthcare workers for saying yes to the vaccine!
Tharaniya Vallipuram, Nurse Clinician and second year medical student
The vaccine to me means protecting my loved ones, protecting my patients and protecting my community members. It means that we're collectively taking a stride towards the return to normalcy! Esperance Kitumaini Bujiriri, Extern Medical Technologist, Pathology Laboratory
For me and my family, this vaccine is a step towards immunization against the virus. I look forward to seeing other members of my family vaccinated, as well as the rest of the population. Antonio Paiva, Transport Agent
My wife made me realize how lucky I am to be in a priority group for vaccination when she is not. Ultimately, I’m getting vaccinated to protect my wife, to be sure I don’t bring the virus home. Antonio was vaccinated by Janice Murphy, a retired MCH nurse who has returned to give us a helping hand. Frank Cesari, Housekeeping
I felt like a kid on Christmas Morning. Thank you! Jo Magali, MCH Operating Room Nurse
It is not the strongest of the species nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change. – Charles Darwin
We still have a long way to go, but here's to the first step towards a better, safer world. The end is in sight. For My Family & Friends
& Our Patients
Valerie Ann Laforest, Annie Castro, Samia Saouaf, MCH nurses from the PICU
As history has shown from past pandemics, vaccines have played a fundamental role in controlling the spread of the disease. It is now our duty to promote this vaccine that we have long waited for. We got vaccinated and there was no doubt in our minds that we were protecting our families and coworkers.