It's not a good idea to make a fear ad to scare people who haven't get vaccinated, and it's unsuitable to publish the terrible experience of those people who suffered from COVID hospitalization, even talking about their deaths.
These days, agencies in America started a new tactic about raising the percentage of national vaccination. Unfortunately, they came up with a terrible idea----at least I think it's a terrible thing. They started to make "fear" ads about recording bad experiences from COVID patients, expecting to raise the number of vaccinations by fighting Americans.
They have written several articles about these patients. The most impressive one was a man called Terrel, they just posted his image on the ad, I saw he wear a hospital gown, and has a cannula supplying oxygen to his nose. There are even some words that are entitled "The warning to those who haven't get vaccinated": "I haven't been same men since. I contracted the Delta variant two months ago, I have been in hospital for 76 days now." I'm reluctant to show other cases about the ad included, no matter what target the ad is supposed to get, it's too over at all. It's not polite to reveal private data and even posting these images, reporting the deaths of those pandemic victims.
Oct 7, 2021
Still trying to write a professional article in English >.<