- Have you heard about Moderna’s vaccine? What do you know about it?
- What do you know about The Republic of Palau?
- society /suh-SAHY-i-tee/
- virus /VAHY-ruhs/
- generate /JEN-uh-reyt/
- dose /dohs/
- border /BAWR-der/
[noun] – a large group of people who live together in an organized way, making decisions about how to do things and sharing the work that needs to be done. All the people in a country, or in several similar countries, can be referred to as a society
We must also consider the needs of the members of our society.
[noun] – an extremely small piece of organic material that causes disease in humans, animals, and plants
Evidence suggested that the AIDS virus was spreading very quickly in his body.
[verb] – to cause something to exist
The movie has generated a lot of money.
[noun] – a measured amount of something such as medicine
It says to take one dose three times a day.
[noun] – the line that divides one country from another
Were you stopped at the border?
As coronavirus cases started to grow, Palau was among the first to carry out more rigid border restrictions. The Republic of Palau decided to lock the country’s borders totally by March, and it started checking citizens for the virus by April. These strict procedures were the answer to keeping Covid-19 out, Palau’s ambassador to the UN announced in May.
- Is Palau an archipelago?
- When did the first cargo of the vaccine arrive?
- How many days apart will the vaccine be administered?
- When did the vaccination in Palau start?
- When did the Republic of Palau decide to lock its country’s borders?
- Why do you think The Republic of Palau was able to secure doses of vaccine for its people?
- Do you think their decision to lock their country’s borders was a great move? Why?
- Why do you think a person should receive 2 shots of vaccine 28 days apart?
- Have you already been vaccinated before? How did you feel after the procedure?
- What are the strict restrictions that you practice today in your country? Tell me about it.