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COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall - Shared screen with speaker view
Laura Paul
08:27
Laura Paul - lowernine.org
Sarah Parks
08:48
Sarah Parks, Executive Director of Grace at the Green Light
Clare Burovac
08:48
Clare Burovac, New Orleans Opera
Jillian Welsh Green Light New Orleans
09:00
Jillian Welsh, volunteer coordinator, from Green Light New Orleans!
TorstenJohnson
09:12
Torsten Johnson - Ozanam Inn
Monica Gonzalez
09:13
Monica Gonzalez, Enterprise Community Partners
Claire
09:16
Claire Urban Conservancy Program Manager
Kellie Chavez Greene
09:20
Hi Kellie with GNOF here!
Diane Stengle, Louisiana Philharmonic
09:31
Diane Stengle, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
diana
09:35
Diana from St. Anna's Episcopal Church
Daniel Hammer
23:20
Will today's presentation include information about (future) opportunities to set up workplace vaccination sites for employees?
Bonita Robertson
25:51
Daniel, the presentation will provide information on ways in which nonprofits can assist with vaccination efforts and we can specifically pose your question during the Q&A portion of the webinar
Daniel Hammer
26:57
Thanks.
Laura Paul
27:16
The 32 million vaccinated - is that both shots or just the first?
Isabel Barrios
33:59
It's great to hear about your personal experiences!
Annie Phoenix
38:01
When are people in prisons going to be vaccinated?
Isabel Barrios
38:02
I heard a story on NPR yesterday reporting that 30% of the 32million vaccinations in the US so far have gone to seniors
Sarah Babcock
38:43
All people over the age of 70 in prisons have already been vaccinated
Annie Phoenix
39:20
Ok- so they are following the same schedule as people out of prisons?
Sarah Babcock
40:38
Yes, vaccines should go to the Department of Corrections for those over 65 this week. We expect that congregate living facilities such as homeless shelters and prisons be in one of the upcoming phases, but we don't have details about when that will occur
Annie Phoenix
41:26
Ok thanks!
Bonita Robertson
47:20
We will have time for Q&A at the end of the presentation - please continue to put questions in the Q&A
Howard Rodgers
50:15
How can I be able to get the vaccine to my homebound clients we have over 950 people.
Sarah Babcock
50:58
To sign up for a City vaccination site or to get on the end of the day standby list you can call 3-1-1 or go to ready.noal.gov/getvaccine. This is only for people in the current tier = people over 65 and healthcare workers
Isabel Barrios
51:08
Is the city tracking the numbers of undocumented people who are being vaccinated?
Sarah Babcock
51:14
If you want to be a closed POD site for employees you can email me at sababcock@nola.gov
Sarah Babcock
52:01
No, we are not tracking undocumented individuals. We do not collect IDs or any information that would identify someone as being undocumented
Isabel Barrios
53:03
I know that getting information out to people who are undocumented has been very difficult in other states
Isabel Barrios
54:41
Will the state break down demographic vaccine data by parish or region at some point?
Howard Rodgers
59:19
thanks
Sarah Babcock
59:37
Please send me your list of homebound individuals. I need their name, address and phone number. If you know who has home health that is also helpful information. Please email that information to me at sababcock@nola.gov
Jillian Welsh Green Light New Orleans
01:01:45
Thank you yes Nola Ready texts have been super helpful.
Renee Blanche
01:02:09
Thank you for all that you all are doing!!
Laura Paul
01:02:37
Thank you so much, y’all!
Dr. Jennifer Avegno
01:03:35
ready.nola.gov/getvaccine
Sarah Babcock
01:04:50
RTA is offering expanded paratransit services for those with disabilities who need a ride to vaccination sites
Sarah Parks
01:04:59
Thanks everyone! This was great information.
Ella Delio
01:05:09
Thank you Dr. Avegno and Sarah!
Annie Phoenix
01:05:17
Thank you!