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COVID-19 vaccines: It’s time for kids to make memories again

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A group of friends are playing a board game. One team wins and jumps to their feet in celebration. One friend jumps while holding a bowl of popcorn, and the popcorn goes everywhere. Everyone laughs.

Narration: It’s time for our kids to make memories again.

A boy’s family and friends are gathered around a table for his birthday. They sing as the sparkler burns atop his cake. Confetti falls from the ceiling and everyone claps, smiling.

Narration: With family and friends.

A girls’ soccer team is in a huddle. They stack their hands and break. Back in the game, a girl scores and celebrates the goal, hugging her teammates on the field.

Narration: With teammates.

A girl is walking to school. She sees her friend up ahead, waves and speeds up to greet him. They hug and take a selfie. Another student in the background photobombs their selfie.

Narration: With peers. Vaccination against COVID-19 can help kids get back to being kids. Help protect your child and those around them. Book vaccination appointments for eligible children in your family.

We see the selfie of the girl, her friend, and the photobomber at school.

Text on screen: Learn more at Canada.ca/covid-vaccine

Text on screen: Vaccinated or not, follow local guidelines for gatherings and public health measures.

The Canada wordmark with a waving flag appears.

Narration: A message from the Government of Canada.

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