ADPH Announces Winners of TikTok COVID-19 Vaccination Video Contest

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The Alabama Department of Public Health has announced the winners of its TikTok COVID-19 vaccination video contest. The contest was held as a way to encourage young people to protect themselves from the virus.

The contest was announced last month. People from the ages of 13-29 were eligible to submit videos which showed themselves being vaccinated or explained the reasons for getting vaccinated.

A panel of judges composed of advertising professionals and ADPH personnel selected four winners who will each be awarded a $250 Visa gift card. Winners were determined based on creativity, originality and popularity. All videos must have used the tags @alcovidvaccine, #getvaccinatedAL and #ADPH.

Winners were announced on the @alcovidvaccine TikTok account and promoted on ADPH social media.

Videos may be viewed at https://www.alabamapublichealth.gov/covid19vaccine/tiktok.html.

The winners of $250 Visa gift cards are:
Olurotimi Kukoyi @rotimi.k https://www.tiktok.com/@rotimi.k/video/6988965687784000774
Sarah @g3n3ricusername https://www.tiktok.com/@g3n3ricusername/video/6986825442896416005
Allie @allieloehr https://www.tiktok.com/@allieloehr/video/6990234923915283717
Jaken @trolleygreen https://www.tiktok.com/@trolleygreen/video/6987575927710551302

ADPH wants to remind everyone that the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is authorized for most people age 12 and older. Parental or guardian consent must be obtained for any person younger than age 19 receiving a COVID-19 vaccination at an ADPH vaccination location.

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