澳华医学会 (ACMA) 新冠COVID-19媒体发布
澳华医学会 (ACMA) 对于社区不愿接种新冠疫苗表示关注。 澳华医学会会长张中仁医生 (Stephen Hing) 指出，接种疫苗的好处远远超过它可能带来的任何风险。目前尤其如此，因为新冠Delta变种病毒正在悉尼广范传播而导致疫情严峻。
The Australian Chinese Medical Association (ACMA) has expressed concern that there may be some community reluctance regarding vaccination against Covid-19. The President of ACMA, Dr Stephen Hing, said that the benefits of vaccination far outweigh any risks. This is especially true at present whilst the Delta variant of Covid is spreading in the Sydney population.
With the Covid 19 pandemic, we can no longer take for granted a lot of things such as socialising, staying together and sharing. Friend or families are forced apart. As such Way In Network and ACMA Charitable Trust are organising this event to reconnect our members and friends, promote wellness, eat well, have fun and raise funds for worthy causes.
The Australian Chinese Medical Association is proud to have secured an important educational talk for medical practitioners on this very important topic. It is open to members and non-members. Speakers include NSW Chief Health Officer, Dr Kerry Chant, as well as infectious disease physicians Prof Dominic Dwyer and Prof Lyn Gilbert.
We advise medical practitioners in NSW and any concerned members of the public to visit the NSW Health novel coronavirus page for the latest information. It has information which is useful for both medical practitioners and the general public, including the news, fact sheets, posters for waiting rooms and links to some videos.
This is a fluid situation, so please go to the site for the most up to date information. We have thus not included any direct links to resources.
Last week, the Australian Chinese Medical Association hosted our 29th Annual Dinner. We were initially worried as the day was cold and wet, but as evening came, the rain and winds receded, setting the scene for an amazing night. The backdrop? The trifecta of the breath-taking Sydney Harbour, the magnificent Harbour Bridge and the iconic Opera House… need I say more?!