Health care workers answer questions about the COVID-19 vaccines.
Sheryl Heron, MD, MPH explains the urgency around the COVID vaccines will help us arm ourselves appropriately against COVID.
From this virus, we see what it has done to families. Children can’t go to school. People can’t congregate. We see the elevation in mental health and mental distress, that’s occurring in our neighborhoods and with our families and in our workplace.
And, and for me that that’s not just sustainable, it’s over a year now that we’ve been living with COVID, it’s no longer a, oh my goodness. It’s Oh my goodness. And so what we need to do is, you know, arm ourselves appropriately, with the knowledge with the education, listen to the science, listen to the data.