Where does the Dayton area stand with the vaccines? Experts answer 8 of your top questions in video highlights

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A panel of coronavirus experts answered Dayton-area residents’ questions during the recent Dayton Daily News Community Conversations: The Coronavirus Vaccines - Where do we Stand?

It was the second discussion with most of the physicians and health officials who participated.

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Below is the full list of participants and video highlights from the special Jan. 19 Facebook presentation made possible by the support of our subscribers.

How are people notified when it is their time to get a vaccine?

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

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How are people notified when it is there time to get a vaccine?

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When will those with chronic illnesses be allowed to get coronavirus vaccines?

Dr. Roberto Colon, Miami Valley Hospital’s associate chief medical officer and a Premier Health vice president, and Dr. Mamle Anim, chief medical officer for Five Rivers Health Center, explain.

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When will those with chronic illnesses be allowed to get coronavirus vaccines?

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Will a coronavirus vaccine affect your fertility?

Dr. Roberto Colon, Miami Valley Hospital’s associate chief medical officer and a Premier Health vice president; Dr. Mamle Anim, chief medical officer for Five Rivers Health Center, and Dr. Robert W. Frenck Jr., professor of pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, discuss the coronavirus vaccine’s impact on fertility and whether the military will be involved in vaccine distribution.

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Will a coronavirus vaccine affect your fertility?

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Are coronavirus vaccines going to waste?

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, discussed this topic.

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Is coronavirus vaccine going to waste?

What can be the long-term effects of coronavirus on one’s health?

Dr. Thomas Hirt, family practice physician at PriMED Centerville, Dr. Roberto Colon, Miami Valley Hospital associate chief medical officer and a Premier Health vice president, and 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, explain.

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What can be the long-term effect of coronavirus on one's health?

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What is it like to take a coronavirus vaccine?

Dr. Roberto Colon of Premier Health and and Miami Valley Hospital, Dr. Mamle Anim, chief medical officer for Five Rivers Health Centers, and Dr. Robert W. Frenck Jr., professor of pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, explain.

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Dr. Roberto Colon of Premier Health and and Miami Valley Hospital; Dr. Mamle Anim, chief medical officer for Five Rivers Health Centers, and Dr. Robert W. Fre

Now President Joe Biden called the vaccine rollout a dismal failure. Is he right?

Dr. Mamle Anim, chief medical officer for Five Rivers Health Center; Dr. Robert W. Frenck Jr., professor of pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and director of the Gamble Center for Vaccine Research; Fabrice Juin, project manager of the Montgomery County Office of Minority Health, and Sheryl Harris Wynn, Greene County Public Health, planning chief for the pandemic response and vaccination planning team leader, discuss.

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Now President Joe Biden called the vaccine rollout a dismal failure. Is he right?

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What is being done to reach Black, Brown and other people reluctant to take a coronavirus vaccine?

Dr. Thomas Hirt, family practice physician at PriMED Centerville, Cheryl Harris Wynn, Greene County Public Health accreditation coordinator, planning chief for the pandemic response and vaccination planning team leader, Dr. Roberto Colon, Miami Valley Hospital associate chief medical officer and a Premier Health vice president, and Fabrice Juin, Project manager of the Montgomery County Office of Minority Health, discuss.

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What is being done to reach Black, Brown and other people reluctant about take a coronavirus vaccine?

Panelists were :

  • Fabrice Juin, project manager of the Montgomery County Office of Minority Health
  • Vicky Knisley-Henry, a health educator for Miami County Public Health
  • 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
  • Dr. Mamle Anim, chief medical officer for Five Rivers Health Centers
  • Dr. Thomas Hirt, family practice physician at PriMED Centerville
  • Dr. Roberto Colon, system vice president of quality and safety, Premier Health, and associate chief medical officer, Miami Valley Hospital
  • Sheryl Harris Wynn, Greene County Public Health accreditation coordinator, planning chief for the pandemic response and vaccination planning team leader.

Complete video presentation