By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS)– Some new artwork in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood is more than just beautiful. It’s a gateway to getting more people vaccinated against COVID-19.

Two murals are being installed Friday that will highlight a collective responsibility to take care of ourselves and our communities.

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Each mural will feature a QR code and a URL, directing viewers to Facebook’s COVID Information Center.

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One mural is set for 63rd and Halsted Avenue and the other will be located at 64th Street and Ashland Avenue.

A spokesperson for “Amplifier Art,” the group behind the murals explained that it’s so important to create it on the city’s South Side. A spokesperson said the community is “vulnerable and there is a lot of distrust from government and health officials.”

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The group is a non-profit design lab that builds are and media experiments nationwide to “amplify” messages about issues that are important to communities.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff