COVID-19 Vaccination: Myths vs. Facts
February 1, 2021, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
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News of a COVID-19 vaccine left many across the country feeling hopeful — but also skeptical. Concerns about the vaccine still linger, especially among minority communities. So, how can we differentiate fact vs. fiction when it comes to the vaccine, and feel empowered as we navigate the health care system?
In our latest installment of Enough Is Enough, we will explore the facts around the COVID-19 vaccine, including the pros and cons, benefits, liabilities and biggest questions that still surround it. Learn how the pandemic has exacerbated health care inequities plaguing communities of color, and how we can remove systems and ideologies within health care that leave us feeling skeptical. Commit to act with the College in gaining knowledge and valuable information that could help to create the “new normal.”
Dr. Donald Guy Generals
President | Community College of Philadelphia
Dr. Tamika Curry
Assistant Professor | Department of Nursing
Clinical Faculty | Public Health & Community Nursing | 19130 Zip Code Project
Community College of Philadelphia
Dr. Ala Stanford
Founder | Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium