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COVID Vaccines: Faith Leaders Making Informed Decisions - Shared screen with speaker view
TWana Holmes
24:04
Good day everyone! I am on mute because I am currently attending two virtual meetings. Because I really wanted to attend this webinar!
Grimaldi-Francesca Sanchez
27:38
Good Afternoon Everyone
Clarissa Hill
27:59
Good Morning. How is everyone.
Clarissa Hill
29:30
Good Morning. Clarissa Hill from MDH. I am also sending greetings from Leah Washington who is on this call through a Google meeting with me.
Carmi Washington Flood
29:46
excellent - welcome to you both!
Rev. Darryl! Moch
35:07
greetings all. hey Stephaun
TWana Holmes
50:48
Amen, Pastor Travis!
Regina Jefferson
54:33
Good Day family please put your questions into the chat and Dr. Ruth Travis will address it to our speakers. Thank you.
Carmi Washington Flood
56:31
what are the similarities between HIV and COVID
Carmi Washington Flood
57:47
what are the clinical trials looking to accomplish
Carmi Washington Flood
58:13
what are the caveats of EUA
BARBARA RAINEY
59:45
Dr. Travis: To the panel I believe it was important to have the vaccine, so I got it as an example for my family members who were hesitant. I am concerned that the vaccine has become political and Republicans are seemingly less like to take the vaccine. Is it a "Democratic hoax"?
Carmi Washington Flood
01:01:41
talk about the role of medication access and ability to have a conversation with the doctor
Carmi Washington Flood
01:05:56
why do we see the infection rates going up at the same time reports re being made of more people being vaccinated
Regina Jefferson
01:14:54
Please raise your hands or put your questions in the chat. Thank you.
Pat Fisher-Taylor
01:18:36
What is the difference between all 3 vaccines?
Pat Fisher-Taylor
01:19:43
and is there a 4th vaccine or others being made?
Baron Bell
01:25:07
it is called sars-2 because a similar virus first was realized in 2003. so the molecular structure of the virus is not as recent as 2020 but 17 years.
BARBARA RAINEY
01:27:15
DOVID has been given a number 19. Is there evidence of a series of viruses that lead up to what we now know as COCID-19?
*Stephaun Wallace, PhD (He/Him)
01:28:38
Its called severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) because there is already a named SARS-CoV-1, the initial SARS virus that was circulating in 2002-2003. The virus structure is similar. Coronavirus is a family of viruses that include many viruses including some influenza (flu) and others. COVID-19 is the disease that was named and "19" came from when it was discovered (2019).
TWana Holmes
01:30:01
Prayer without works...
Carmi Washington Flood
01:32:56
Discuss the role of churches in becoming vaccination sites
Grimaldi-Francesca Sanchez
01:39:39
A lot of cities have community health workers it would be a good idea to have them certified to just be able to give the vaccination?
Pat Fisher-Taylor
01:41:11
Will the vaccine become mandatory?
*Stephaun Wallace, PhD (He/Him)
01:41:13
Depends on the jurisdiction whether they need to be certified. If they have the training to administer, or interest, in some settings they may be able to do it under the supervision of another medical professional. I think checking with your local health authority would be important about what the requirements are for people to perform vaccine administration.
Grimaldi-Francesca Sanchez
01:41:34
Thank you Dr. Wallace.
*Stephaun Wallace, PhD (He/Him)
01:42:56
Mandatory is a complex question. Can answer live if there is time.
TWana Holmes
01:43:06
DC Health has partnered with at least 5 churches as a vaccination sites. Shrne of the Sacred Heart in Ward 1, St. Luke's Catholic Church in Ward 7, Emory Fellowship UMC in Ward 4 just off the top of my head.
TWana Holmes
01:44:27
For DC: coronavirus.dc.gov
Carmi Washington Flood
01:45:04
Yes please talk about mandatory vaccine
*Anthony Gutierrez
01:49:13
Anthony.gutierrez5@gilead.com
*Stephaun Wallace, PhD (He/Him)
01:49:15
COVID-19 Prevention Network (CoVPN) Website: https://www.preventcovid.org
Grimaldi-Francesca Sanchez
01:49:26
Thank you to all the panelist for your time and information,
*Anthony Gutierrez
01:49:28
my cell: 310-295-8195
*Stephaun Wallace, PhD (He/Him)
01:49:50
sewallac@fredhutch.org
BARBARA RAINEY
01:50:17
I have thoroughly enjoyed the presentation. It has been very informative. Many questions have been answered.
Regina Jefferson
01:50:20
The vision of The Places of Worship Advisory Board POWAB is to connect people to resources that support whole person health in mind, body and spirit. More information contact our Co-Lead for Membership at Revsalia@yahoo.com
Veronica Cosby
01:52:02
Veronica Cosby VDH OHE VA Partners in Prayer & Prevention. veronica.cosby@vdh.virginia.gov
Regina Jefferson
01:52:31
My email is Regina.Jefferson@dc.gov
Clarissa Hill
01:53:17
Great conversation. Thank you everyone.
TWana Holmes
01:54:06
This has been such an informative panel discussion! Thank you Dr. Wallace, Dr. Burley, Anthony G and Pastor Travis!
James AĚŠkerson
01:55:05
Many thanks to all. Great speakers and info.
Cassandra Shaw
01:55:35
I enjoyed it