The Hmong and Hispanic Communication Network (H2N) has a released a 4-minute video featuring a central Wisconsin families’ experience withstanding the pandemic, and why they chose to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.

In the video, the Arneson/McColley family explains how they endured the pandemic and protected one another, while sharing a home. The family consists of an older generation with health issues and 18-21-year-olds who attend school and work in healthcare.

H2N and WIPPS encourage media outlets to share the video on-air and via social media channels. The “Arneson/McColley Family Testimonial” can be found here:

This is the first in a series of videos that feature interviews with multi-generational families discussing their experiences with COVID-19 and their reasons for being vaccinated. The series is part of H2N’s “Let’s Get Vaxxed” video series. The H2N YouTube channel can be found here:

H2N is a collaborative project of Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and ServiceAsociación Hispana-AmericanaHmong American CenterMedical College of Wisconsin – Central WisconsinWausau Free Clinic, and other community partners. The project was developed in 2020 to provide racial and ethnic minority groups with resources and tools to better withstand the COVID-19 pandemic.

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