Doctors’ Answers To Common Covid-19 Vaccine Questions

Jill Foster, MD, Professor and Division Director with the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at the University of Minnesota is featured in the StarTribune, writing up the answers to some common questions about COVID-19 and the recently approved vaccines. Dr. Foster provides her knowledge as an infectious disease specialist, tackling the history of vaccine development and discussing the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines on the market. To read her article and to view answers to some of the most frequently asked questions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and its prevention through vaccination, follow this link

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Abraham Jacob, MD, MHA, Assistant Professor in the Division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine at the University of Minnesota and one of Minnesota’s “Top Docs”, has also taken his time to talk to the media about the COVID-19 vaccine, specifically addressing questions posed by viewers. Dr. Jacob touches on topics surrounding when vaccines will be publicly available for different demographics and how long vaccine supplies last when received by distribution facilities. To read Dr. Jacob’s responses and to view the full article from the Kare11 news station, please follow this link.

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