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Essentia Health to hold vaccine webinar

The program is titled “Undecided about the COVID-19 vaccine? Essentia Health experts address your concerns in a live online forum.”

Essentia Health is hosting a public webinar to emphasize the importance of receiving a vaccine, clarify vaccine myths and highlight recent COVID-19 trends, such as emerging variant strains.

The program is titled “Undecided about the COVID-19 vaccine? Essentia Health experts address your concerns in a live online forum.”

The hour-long event is scheduled for 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 14 at tinyurl.com/58m6pdsn. The webinar is open to anyone, and no registration is required.

It will include presentations from Dr. Bill Heegaard, president of Essentia Health’s West Market; Dr. Amanda Noska and Dr. Bertha Ayi, infectious disease physicians; and Elena Willmot, senior business intelligence analyst.

The webinar will feature a question and answer session, allowing attendees to ask vaccine-related questions and raise concerns via the “Q&A” function on Zoom. Following the webinar, the video will be posted to Essentia Health’s Facebook and YouTube pages.

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A similar webinar on Jan. 22 attracted 1,500 live viewers, with thousands more watching it afterward.

For more information, visit EssentiaHealth.org and click the “vaccine information” link at the top of the page. To schedule a vaccine through Essentia, use MyChart or call 833-494-0836.

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