Science of the Vaccine Update - Q & A
Thursday, April 8
One shot? Two shots? When am I fully vaccinated? Should I get vaccinated? Does it matter which vaccine?
With a new vaccine available and updated information almost daily, a lot has changed since our last “Science Of the Vaccine” panel! Tune in as our experts answer your questions and provide the latest information about the vaccines currently available for COVID-19.
President and CEO
Lynn Health Science Institute
Dr. Dale Bratzler, DO, MPH, MACOI, FIDSA
Professor and Chair
Department of Health Administration and Policy
Hudson College of Public Health
Dr. David Chansolme, MD
Medical Director of Infection Prevention
Dr. Angela M.J. Hawkins, MD, FACOG
Obstetrics & Gynecology
SSM Health Medical Group
If you have questions for our experts, you can submit them below.
Answers to the questions asked at the first panel are in the following videos.
How do I know if I'm immune after being vaccinated?
Can I get one dose of the Pfizer and one dose of the Moderna vaccine?
Is there anything I shouldn't do immediately after being vaccinated?
Can children be vaccinated for COVID-19?
How was the vaccine developed and how does it work?
Are masks and social distancing necessary after being vaccinated?
How was the vaccine developed so quickly?
How quickly do you develop immunity after being vaccinated?
Are there any side effects of the vaccine?
Are there any known fertility issues connected to the vaccine?
Once vaccinated, can you still give COVID-19 to someone else?
What if I don't get the second dose of the vaccine when scheduled?
Should I be concerned about long-term effects?
Will the vaccine prevent the new strains of COVID-19?
Will I need a COVID-19 shot every year like the flu shot?
Why does the vaccine take two doses?
Who shouldn't get the vaccine?
When do you think we'll see a drop in COVID-related hospitalizations?
What's the process of being vaccinated and what does it cost?
Should I get the vaccine if I've already had COVID-19?
Breastfeeding and those with compromised immune systems.
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