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“Getting to 70% : Working to Close the Gap in Georgia” - Shared screen with speaker view
Arlene Parker Goldson
41:51
Good morning everyone
Rakale Quarells
01:07:35
It looks like you have to answer the untitled question in order to be able to submit.
Naomi Coles
01:07:49
Businesses. Merchants and Commerce that oversee our businesses
Naomi Coles
01:08:17
Businesses. Merchants and Commerce that oversee our businesses
S Wes
01:09:42
Trusted access points
Kristine Hansen-Dederick
01:09:45
They can make the most impact
Julie Wallace
01:09:45
for medically vulnerable population
Rakale Quarells
01:09:49
Because kids are going back to school unvaccinated.
Naomi Coles
01:09:58
Youth (including young adults) are amongst some of the highest speaders
S Wes
01:09:58
Every person; every time!
Rae-Anne Pinckney
01:09:59
most vulnerable with limited education
Jana Ford
01:10:01
proximity to vulnerable populations
S Wes
01:10:12
Youth can influence parents/families
S Wes
01:10:15
Youth groups are a focus for me because millennials are leaders now and into the future. They are the ones convincing their elders and peers to be vaccinated to get back to "normal"
Carrie Oliver
01:10:16
Communal spaces and high risk of infection spread
Audrey Wilson
01:10:19
Targeting schools/students would resonate with families
Aquila W
01:10:21
Greatest need comes from those most vulnerable
Michael St Louis
01:10:30
Schools are the biggest opportunities for a large increase in vaccination.
Michael St Louis
01:10:56
Schools: we're going to have thousands of children exposed to teachers who aren't vaccinated, and also infecting each other. They are often stuck with parents who won't vaccinate them. We should be using the school based clinics! and vaccine drives before Augsut start date
Naomi Coles
01:10:57
Businesses and Merchants/Commerce can create guidelines for their employees to get vaccinated can also influence their communities and serve as vectors to spread information about the vaccine and dispelling misinfo
Edwin Garcia
01:11:04
Youth outreach and Schools (colleges/universities) as many young adults garner a bit more hesitancy and properly informing them on COV19 and vaccinations would be great.
Arlene Parker Goldson
01:11:23
Mental health is a growing concern and has had the greatest impact as we grapple with the “side affect” of the pandemic and racism
Edwin Garcia
01:11:30
Faith Based orgs as they are already congregating in groups and should be vaccinated to prevent further spread.
Dr. Amber Schmidtke
01:11:35
Link to the population level immunity estimator from GA Tech: https://covid19dashboardgt.shinyapps.io/us_immunitylevel/
Michael St Louis
01:15:15
Drs. Schmidtke and Akintobi - can you share an email address? Mike St. Louis MD, mes2@cdc.gov
Brittany Taylor
01:17:51
takintobi@msm.edu
Dr. Amber Schmidtke
01:18:17
amberschmidtke.phd@gmail.com
Dr. Tabia Akintobi
01:26:55
In terms of the hotspots to focus your vaccination efforts, the GDPH covid dashboard has evolved tremendously to include more local data (census tracts and even neighborhoods within them) and demographics of people vaccinated (or not) within them over the past few weeks. We are pleased with this progress. Check it out: https://ga-covid19.ondemand.sas.com/
Robyn Bussey
01:39:50
About 2 minutes left
Michael St Louis
01:42:33
Incredible level of distrust even for faith leaders and their own family! Remarkable for a relatively educated group that has largely accepted COVID vaccination!
Kristin Dixon
01:43:50
Dr. Mubasher, where can we access a full report of your findings?
Dr. Mohamed Mubasher
01:50:12
The results will be finalized in the next few weeks, at which time we will share the final reports with all of our partners as well as publish the findings . In terms of the actual data, the person to contact is Brittany Taylor.
Edwin Garcia
01:53:19
Good morning All. My name is Edwin Garcia, Patient Navigator at Grady Health Systems. Is it possible to receive some contact information for presenters to reach out and partner on vaccination events.
Edwin Garcia
01:54:06
If I any help is required on my part, you can count on my support. My email is egarcia1@gmh.edu. Thank you.
Robyn Bussey
01:55:12
Hi Edwin, absolutely we will share the presenters contact information. It will be in the presentation we will share afterward.
Rakale Quarells
02:03:34
Thank you to all of the panelists! This session has been really informative. Great job!
Brittany Taylor
02:04:04
Dr. Tabia Akintobi at Morehouse School of Medicine: takintobi@msm.edu
Adrianne Proeller
02:04:16
Thanks for a great presentation1
Edwin Garcia
02:04:56
Thank you all so much for your time and help!