Experts to discuss, answer questions about vaccineFebruary 23, 2021
By Herald Staff
A panel of Indiana health experts will meet virtually to answer questions viewers have about COVID-19 vaccines.
“Rural Indiana's Shot: A COVID-19 Vaccine Discussion” will be held via Zoom at 7 p.m. Thursday. The Indiana University Center for Rural Engagement is hosting the session.
The panelists will include Dr. Lindsay Weaver, chief medical officer at the Indiana Department of Health; Dr. Yolanda Yoder, a physician at Southern Indiana Community Health Care; Dr. Lana Dbeibo, an assistant professor of clinical medicine at the IU School of Medicine; and Graham McKeen, assistant university director of public and environmental health at IU.
The discussion will be moderated by Katherine Pope, health liaison at the IU Center for Rural Engagement.
The discussion will broadcast live on the IU Center for Rural Engagement's Facebook page. People can also register to be a part of the Zoom session. Registration and more information are available at https://events.iu.edu/rural/. Those who register will be able to ask questions in advance and during the live program.
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