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Posting COVID-19 vaccine selfies on social media can cause anger, frustration

By Ben Huang, Global Journalism Fellow, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
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As doctors across Canada receive COVID-19 vaccines, many are sharing photographs on social media to inspire hope and to encourage others to get vaccinated too.

This has sparked a controversy around “vaccine selfies,” as other doctors say the pictures provoke anxiety, anger and envy.

The debate among doctors over how to use social media

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