Many Americans have put off non-urgent medical care, like regular check-ups, including immunizations. Without proper measures and planning, there could be a compounded health crisis this winter and beyond.
What is the process to get Americans vaccines during an international health crisis? And what are health care leaders doing to get everyone on board, even groups who haven’t had equal access to health care?
Secretary, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
Dean, Mailman School of Public Health; Senior Vice President, Columbia University Medical Center
Vice President, Director Scientific Affairs and Public Health, GSK Vaccines
Assistant Professor of Medicine and Global and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Chief Strategy Officer, Immunization Action Coalition
Staff writer, The Atlantic
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Wednesday, September 2, 2020
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