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Virtual forum: medical experts discussed COVID-19 vaccines for the holidays
HAMPDEN COUNTY, Mass. -- As people across Massachusetts and the world fret about the Omicron variant of COVID-19, medical experts say it’s crucial to get fully vaccinated against the deadly virus. In response, the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Massachusetts Association of Public Health Nurses, the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts and MASSPIRG Education Fund hosted a public forum Wednesday night to discuss strategies for talking about the COVID-19 vaccines with unvaccinated friends and family.
Virtual forum to discuss how to communicate about COVID-19 vaccines and overcome misinformation
Hampden County pediatric and public health professionals addressed parents’ hesitancy to vaccinate children against COVID-19
In a public forum last night sponsored by the MA Chapter of the Academy of Pediatrics, MA Association of Public Health Nurses, and MASSPIRG Education Fund, local experts in pediatric and public health addressed parents' concerns and discussed safely vaccinating children against COVID-19.
Virtual forum to discuss vaccinating children against COVID-19
Hampden County-based pediatric and public health experts are holding an online forum to share information about safely vaccinating children against COVID-19. Speakers will share their professional expertise and experiences, and answer audience questions.
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President Joe Biden announced a sweeping plan Thursday to combat the highly transmissible delta variant of the virus that causes COVID-19.