Your most pressing COVID-19 questions: Answers on vaccines, boosters, treatments and more

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Readers continue to have questions about the coronavirus pandemic. So the Dayton Daily News assembled a panel of trusted, local experts to provide answers on a regular basis.

We have taken reader-submitted questions and presented them to these experts. Click on the questions below to view the answers.

Local experts include:

Dr. Mamle Anim, chief medical officer for Five Rivers Health Centers.

Gregory Braylock, RPh, pharmacy manager at Zik’s Family Pharmacy in Dayton.

Dr. Roberto Colón, chief medical officer at Miami Valley Hospital.

Dr. Robert W. Frenck Jr., professor of pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, director of the Gamble Center for Vaccine Research and the immunization program medical director of the Ohio American Academy of Pediatrics.

Zach Jenkins, clinical pharmacist with Premier Health and a professor of pharmacy practice at Cedarville University.

Dr. Michael Klatte, chief of infectious disease at Dayton Children’s Hospital.

Dr. Katherine Lambes, a local pediatrician with the Community Health Centers of Greater Dayton and mother of a vaccinated 8-year-old.

Dr. Adam Mezoff, chief medical officer at Dayton Children’s.

Hillary O’Neil, a respiratory therapist and specialty pediatrics manager at Dayton Children’s.

Sara Paton, epidemiology professor at Wright State University.

Dr. Alonzo Patterson III, pediatrician with PriMed Physicians.

Dr. Nancy Pook, Kettering Health Emergency Medical Director.

Dr. Jeffrey Weinstein, patient safety officer at Kettering Health.


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