In this RACGP article, originally published in newsGP, AFMW president, Associate Professor Magda Simonis shares insights on the vaccine drive in a Melbourne church and how to help CALD communities.
In this article by Aisha Dow, originally published in The Age, AFMW President, Associate Professor Magdalena Simonis contributes her experience working at a pop-up vaccination clinic at a Greek church in Thornbury on Saturday, where some of her patients were not getting their information about vaccines from the right sources.
In this article, originally published in the NEOS KOSMOS, two Greek doctors, one in Melbourne (AFMW President, Magda Simonis) and one in Sydney are calling on people to be vaccinated, whether with the AstraZeneca or the Pfizer BioNTech vaccines, as these are the most effective way to counter the rapidly spreading Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus and ultimately protect themselves and their loved ones.
In this article, originally published in the RACGP’s newsGP, AFMW president A/Professor Magdalena Simonis was asked to comment on new relaxed TGA permissions to promote vaccine uptake through GPs,
This is timely and important – ATAGI has changed its stance on vaccination for >18 year olds. Key points: Get whichever vaccine you can; Astra Zeneca and Pfizer reduce severity of disease symptoms, reduce hospitalisations; Reduce likelihood of death; They might also reduce transmission to some extent; Delta strain is more contagious, is in our community and is now a major risk. It affects young people severely.