Upcoming JSU COVID-19 Town Hall: What’s inside vaccine going into your body? Effective? Miracle or myth?
|What: COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall … “Vaccine Effectiveness: Miracle or Myth,”|
sponsored by JSU College of Health Sciences and School of Public Health
Who: WLBT anchor Maggie Wade, moderator; Dr. Georges C. Benjamin, executive
director of American Public Health Association; Dr. Stephanie Miles-Richardson,
associate director of Public Health, Morehouse School of Medicine; Dr. Lauree
Chase, clinical consultant in long-term care; Rev. Dr. Isiac Jackson, president
of the General Missionary Baptist State Convention of Mississippi; Dr. Thomas
Dobbs, state health officer for the Mississippi State Department of Health
When: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 9
Why: The virtual event aims to increase awareness of emerging clinical interventions
and vaccine trials and enlighten population about benefits and risks. Also, town
hall panelists will shine the spotlight on vaccines and pregnancy; the myth of chip
implantation; availability of the vaccine for all populations; cost of the vaccine;
impact on immunocompromised individuals; and mandatory vaccinations.
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