Tag Archives: covid-19

Google shines a light into covid vaccine murk

Google has clearly hit the right note with this new call to action – specifically inviting people to search for “covid vaccine near me” so they can get back to things they love. Normal life, that is. Juxtaposing popular pandemic ...

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UK government pandemic advertising tops £240m in 2020

UK government advertising in 2020 reached £163m (up 237%) with, on top of that, £80m from Public Health England (almost eight times the preceding year’s level) showing the ad impact of the Covid-19 epidemic. Most of this was spent with ...

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Sooner collective charts upbeat route out of UK lockdown

A group of adland’s finest including Sir Nigel Bogle and Robert Campbell are – what’s the word, curating? – a social media campaign #LetsGetThereSooner inviting people to say what they’re looking forward to post-lockdown. And reminding them, as you do, ...

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NHS tiptoes around vaccination in new MullenLowe work

MullenLowe has taken a determinedly softly softly approach in its seemingly endless anti-Covid NHS campaign and it’s back with a new variant, ‘Everyone Can Help.’ Eagle-eyed observers will note that just about everyone in the TV ad ‘Let’s Keep Going’ ...

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MullenLowe shows hospital reality in latest Covid burst

Covid cases are going down (slowly) in the UK but there are still lots of people in hospital, many on ventilators. So the latest instalment of the NHS campaign through MullenLowe shows real patients to remind us that it ain’t ...

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