This Week’s COVID313 Town Hall Features:
COVID-19 vaccines for children are now available, but do you still have questions or concerns about the vaccine’s efficacy? Plus, what have doctors found out about the long-term effects of the coronavirus?
This week on Detroit Public Television’s COVID313 Community Coalition Virtual Town Hall, four medical health experts — Rodica Pop-Busui, the director of the diabetes complications clinic at the University of Michigan Health, Dr. Oveta Fuller, a virologist and associate professor of microbiology and immunology at the University of Michigan Medical School, Dr. Dennis Cunningham, a pediatrician with Henry Ford Health System, and Dr. Herman Gray, the chair of the Wayne State University Department of Pediatrics — join the live stream to help parents make an informed decision about vaccines for children.
Plus, they’ll discuss the millions of people — COVID Long-Haulers — who continue to deal with lingering symptoms of COVID-19 months after first contracting the virus.
Town Hall Participants:
- Rodica Pop-Busui, Director of Diabetes Complications Clinic, University of Michigan Health
- Dr. Oveta Fuller, Virologist, Associate Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, University of Michigan Medical School
- Dr. Dennis Cunningham, Pediatrician, Henry Ford Health System
- Dr. Herman Gray, Chair of the Wayne State University Department of Pediatrics, Wayne State University
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