Virtual Town Hall: Get the Facts About the COVID Vaccine

April 6, 2021

As availability and eligibility grow for COVID-19 vaccines, members of our Johns Hopkins community may have questions or be seeking additional information from trusted sources. We are pleased to host a town hall to provide information and answers on topics such as vaccine safety and efficacy, who is eligible, and where to get vaccinated. The event will also address common misinformation and point participants to reliable vaccine resources. 

WHAT: Get the Facts About the Vax Q&A Town Hall  

WHEN: Friday, April 9, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. 

WHERE: JHU COVID Information Website

WHO: Mustapha Saheed, an assistant professor of emergency medicine at the School of Medicine and medical director of Department of Emergency Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital  

The discussion will be moderated by Lainie Rutkow, a professor in the departments of Health Policy and Management and of Health, Behavior, and Society at the Bloomberg School of Public Health with a joint appointment in the School of Medicine. She also is senior adviser to university President Ronald J. Daniels for strategic initiatives. 

Questions may be submitted in advance at vaxfacts@jhu.edu

The town hall is presented as part of the Get the Facts About the Vax campaign, a Johns Hopkins initiative developed by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communications Programs in the Bloomberg School of Public Health. 

Information about recently expanded eligibility in Maryland can be found here.

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