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COVID VACCINES: What You Need To Know - Shared screen with speaker view
Teresa Clark
02:23
is meeting happening?
Teresa Clark
02:26
canelled?
Ed Gerson
35:16
after receiving the 2nd shot, presumably making one 95% covered, when do you think its acceptable to get on a plane or visit other vaccinated or unvaccinated people?
Brandy Wilkins
01:08:31
In the study, were the participants still practicing covid precautions (masking, social distancing, etc.)
john mosby
01:09:58
Do you know if any human embryonic tissue was used in the development of any of these vaccines?
Rackel Taylor
01:27:22
How do you all determine which vaccine you get?
Rackel Taylor
01:28:54
Is the vaccines a live dose ?
Connie Sizemore
01:28:55
If you have a reaction to the first dose (severe tachycardia requiring ER visit) Would you be safe to get the second vaccine?
Marc Tanenbaum
01:29:02
There are questions in Dr. Tribble’s chat box as well.
Vadim Blinder (Blinderv@gmail.com)
01:29:42
What is your opinion about the potential to spread the virus after being vaccinated?
Harvey Tauber
01:30:11
is there any problem giving the second dose in someone recuperating from almost gone COVID-19 ?
Nuch Taragittigul
01:30:20
Can we receive 2 doses of vaccine from different manufactures?
Christy Bradberry
01:30:39
If someone has or had Covid, should they wait to get the vaccine?
Neely Bursmith
01:30:40
how would you advise a pt that has had GBS with a previous vaccine? Should they still take the COVID-19 vaccine
Mike Weinstein
01:31:12
would premeditating with Benadryl lessen the benefit of the vaccine.
Ellen Nickell
01:34:18
what do we know about the vaccine’s efficacy against the new strain of covid.
e219865
01:34:38
when will preliminary phase 4 trial results be available for the two mRNA vaccines?
R. Silalahi, H. Stradford
01:34:53
the data from Pfizer/ Moderna/ AZ was derived from 16yo + patients, so kids do not need to be vaccinated?
Sarah Sheahon
01:36:07
ACOG and CDC recommend pregnant patients receive the vaccine although they were excluded from vaccine studies. At this point would more information including pregnant patients be needed to form a more conclusive recommendation or continue to be a shared decision making between patient and provider?
Stacey Brown
01:40:32
If someone receives the first dose of a vaccine and then has a positive covid test several days later, should it be considered a real positive result?
Dialyn Soto
01:41:12
Just to clarify someone recently diagnosed with Covid and cleared (repeat neg test) can he get the vaccine or should (he/she wait) how long?
vadim blinder
01:43:22
how long do you think protection lasts after being vaccinated?
Marjan
01:43:28
do we need to get this vaccine annually ?
Marc Tanenbaum
01:46:46
Excellent presentation!!!
Brandi Rose
01:46:46
Thank you for this presentation!
Christy Bradberry
01:46:47
thank you! great info
Neely Bursmith
01:46:56
Wonderful info! Thank you!
john mosby
01:47:01
Thanks!
Lindsey Casey
01:47:02
thank you so much
Ellen Nickell
01:47:20
thank you!!
Rackel Taylor
01:47:25
thanks