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Dr. Gahm Vaccine Question Office Hours - Shared screen with speaker view
wendell
25:22
If my employee has had Covid do they still need the vaccine if yes why
Sandy
28:07
If you've had a severe allergic reaction to a medication (like an antibiotic) would this be a contraindication to receiving the vaccine.
Jennifer Giovanetto
29:37
Can you explain why and how Bells Palsy has now become a possible side effect or if it just a coincidence
Sandy
31:28
I'm hearing that there has been low employee response to acceptance of the vaccine. Just wondering if there are employers out there that are mandating the vaccine as part of employment.
Jennifer Giovanetto
43:05
How long will we have immunity once the 2nd dose is received?
cgreer
44:17
What confuses me is the contradictive narrative. We are told that masks, social distancing and lockdowns are effective in the decrease of Covid 19 and yet the reported numbers do not support that narrative. The other very confusing narrative is that the death rate is so elevated and yet 2019 deaths nationwide and 2020 deaths nationwide is a 0.1% difference. Again the narrative does not support the data. The MOA of a vaccine is to stimulate the immune system to identify pathogens that cause illness. They are effective as they do enhance the immune system to identify the illness causing pathogen. I feel the key to this is our own immune system. The mRNA vaccine is similar to a GMO, it is artificial stimulation of the immune system. How does the body expel the artificial mRNA?
Sally Thomas
45:09
We have many employees who say they want the vaccine; where can they go to get it?
Erin Thomas
48:59
Hello attendees! Thank you for the questions in the chat and we will answer all after Dr. Gahm's presentation. If we can hold any further questions until then, we can ensure we get to everyone
mewig
49:19
Why do you think that this vaccine has such a high efficacy rate when others that have been around for years are not as much?
tsturgis
53:35
What if you have COVID and don't know it because symptoms are so mild but go ahead and get a vaccine before the 60 or 90 days?
Jen Hall
53:52
What if you are asymptomatic and within 14 days of infection. Can patients be offered the vaccine?
Jen Hall
57:26
If you get infected in between doses, you shouldnt get the second dose? Do you have to start over as far as the two-dose symptom after 14 days have passed since infection?
Jen Hall
58:08
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Sandy
01:04:19
Is there another mRNA vaccine currently in use?
lwatt
01:04:53
Will this be a yearly vaccine like the flu?
Jamie
01:11:47
Do we know how this will affect mothers who are breastfeeding?
Irondale
01:13:05
Hey Doc, it's Keith at Irondale. We had our first COVID clinic and Walgreens would not give one of my nurses the vaccine due to a severe reaction to shellfish.
Rachel Enkey
01:14:24
Is it possible to get a copy of the presentation and answers to all of the presentations when everything is complete? Thanks
lwatt
01:15:40
Do we know the possible long term effects of the vaccine?
cgreer
01:17:37
With all do respect, therefore the narrative does not fit the reality that this is a virus, it is a strain of the common cold virus...we have not ever been able to stop this.
Doug Farmer
01:25:05
Dr. Gahm, thank you so much for your time, and for helping to make sure that people are able to make educated decisions for themselves around the vaccine. We appreciate your advocacy.
Azin Home Care
01:26:42
Do we have to enroll our home care agency to get the vaccine when we are considered to be on the schedule 1b? If so, how or where do we enroll our clients and employees to get the vaccine? Also, when can schedule 1b people get the vaccine? Do we need to give our employees a letter for them when they are getting their vaccine stating that they are essential employees?
Sandy
01:27:13
Are there any other NON covid mRNA vaccines currently in use?
Diane Robinson
01:28:56
Should someone on chemotherapy receive the vaccine during treatment or should they wait until it is completed
Maggie
01:29:33
s the vaccine safe for individuals with asthmas, diabetes, obesity, and heart issues?
Maggie
01:29:50
What % of people receiving the vaccine get side effects other than injection site soreness?
Maggie
01:30:06
There was mentioned on the news yesterday of a death after the Covid vaccine. I tried researching and couldn't find any info on this. Do you know if this is true?
Maggie
01:30:26
can the slides be available without the dark background? this is just a toner eater
Maggie
01:31:12
Are there any advantages to a staggered schedule for vaccines? We are only be given 3 clinics by Walgreens and I have heard that if there are side effects they most likely happen after the 2nd injection.
Sandy
01:37:30
Try asking a different way. Has the mRNA process ever been used before for vaccine delivery?
Erin Thomas
01:37:57
Anyone who might have questions regarding vaccination availability or scheduling clinics for staff and residents please call me 720-935-5490 Erin Thomasor email ethomas@cohca.org
Maggie
01:38:46
Thank you so much, this has been so informative!!!
LMetzler
01:38:47
Some employees are worried about fertility. Is it possible the vaccine could adversely affect a woman's chances of having a child?
Sandy
01:40:48
Thank you!
cgreer
01:41:25
Try asking a different way. Has the mRNA process ever been used before for vaccine delivery? But this is the first mRNA vaccine released on the general public, correct?
Erin Thomas
01:41:33
sandy did that answer your questions ?
Sandy
01:42:16
Yes thank you. Though it appears not clear to cgreer.
greggahm
01:42:53
Yes, this is the first mRNA vaccine approved
LMetzler
01:42:53
Thank you!!
greggahm
01:43:11
There is always a first for any endeavor
cgreer
01:43:18
I do not have my little hand to raise..
Sandy
01:43:56
Bottom left corner
Jen Hall
01:43:59
Thank you so much Dr. Gahm!
Azin Home Care
01:45:29
Thank you Dr. Gahm!
Azin Home Care
01:45:35
Thank you Erin!
Jen Hall
01:45:50
Thank you Erin!
cspencer
01:46:43
Thank you both for explaining something so complicated in plain language that anyone can understand- MUCH APPRECIATED!
greggahm
01:48:36
You are welcome. I enjoy doing this
Debra Hayre
01:50:59
Thank you for all of this explanation. Will we be able to obtain this PP presentation?
greggahm
01:51:31
Both Erin and I have the powerpoint
Diane Robinson
01:51:38
Thank you!
jrhepperlen
01:52:07
where are the slides going to be?
Debra Hayre
01:52:39
Have a safe and blessed evening.