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Vaccine Messenger Qr Code

Recently, we've begun using QR codes as another way to access our podcast, publications and other resources on our website. We know a lot of you may be wondering: what is a QR code? You have probably seen them before; they are a square barcode-like code that, when scanned, instantly directs you to a link or other information. Hence the fitting acronym QR: Quick Response. 

These codes give printed materials digital capabilities. When we send you an email, it's easy to link directly to content, but printed materials haven't had the same option until now. Instead of printing a link address, we can now include a code. Best of all, scanning a QR code is easy and free! Most smartphone cameras are now equipped with a built-in QR scanners. All you need to do is open your camera, point it at the QR code, and the accompanying link will pop up. 

Here's a video tutorial that shows you step by step how to make sure your phone is set up to scan QR codes. If you're interested in the nitty gritty of QR technology, read this article from Kaspersky. Try scanning the above QR code to read the latest MCC Messenger on your phone!

February 22, 2021 - 8:31am

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