COVID-19 vaccination – Video – Community member Miranda talks about why she got her COVID-19 vaccine (Cantonese)
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I am Miranda Chau, 54 years old. I am a draftsperson, and an executive of the Chinese Parents Association – Children With Disabilities Inc. 

The association provides a series of services to support people with disabilities and their families.

I want to protect my family and friends, and people in the community. I want to ensure that people at higher risk, such as people with disabilities, older people, and people with other medical conditions are protected.

I am a member of a charity group for people with disabilities in the community. I think it is very important for the community to get vaccinated, so as to prevent the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people from being infected by COVID-19.

After I got vaccinated, I thought I did something very important for myself. Because I can now protect myself, my family, and my friends.

Although no vaccine can provide 100% protection, I know that it will protect me from severe illnesses and hospitalization. At least, it can reduce the chance of me getting infected and prevent the spread of the virus to other people.