‘Contagious’ Snail Mail Reminds Us of the Risk of Skipping Immunizations

‘Contagious’ Snail Mail Reminds Us of the Risk of Skipping Immunizations

ImmunizeBC mails out postcard reminders that mimic a measles outbreak on paper to express a message about prevention

Azalea Pena
  • 4 september 2015

ImmunizeBC wanted to remind parents that their child’s measles vaccination were due. But instead of just handing out your standard reminders, ImmunizeBC sent postcards with a powerful message: if you don’t vaccinate your child, it will put everyone at risk.

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