Doctors at an Auckland general practice are going the extra mile to debunk Covid myths for their patients, NZ Herald reports. Dr Jodie O’Sullivan, who has worked at the Mt Eden practice for 24 years, said a number of patients had confessed their caution in getting vaccinated and often required multiple conversations, debunking rumour after rumour, until they were assured of its safety. “It’s about going to a reliable source and a source you feel comfortable with.” O’Sullivan said people could help the vaccine-hesitant by refraining from dismissing their caution and instead listening to their concerns and pointing them towards trusted medical sources.
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