Panelists answer COVID-19 vaccine questions

Sarah Rodman-Alvarez, director of the Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research, hosts a panel discussion regarding the COVID-19 vaccine April 1 on Zoom. The discussion featured medical professionals Jamie Solis, Gail Evans Grayson, James Tong and Allison Krich. Rodman-Alvarez said she led the discussion in hopes of making vaccine skeptical people more comfortable with getting vaccinated. / photo by Maddie Ybarra
Sarah Rodman-Alvarez, director of the Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research, hosts a panel discussion regarding the COVID-19 vaccine April 1 on Zoom. The discussion featured medical professionals Jamie Solis, Gail Evans Grayson, James Tong and Allison Krich. Rodman-Alvarez said she led the discussion in hopes of making vaccine skeptical people more comfortable with getting vaccinated. / photo by Maddie Ybarra

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