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Ask the Experts: What Faith Leaders Should Know About COVID-19: Delta ... - Shared screen with speaker view
Andrea Dingess
01:05:20
How do we know when we should get a booster shot?
Felicia King
01:05:47
How do we keep our faith community members safe and calm?
Michele Reynolds
01:06:51
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Andrea Dingess
01:06:57
How do we prepare our congregation for COVID-19 vaccination?
Andrea Dingess
01:07:35
How can we safely continue volunteer work in our community?
Felicia King
01:07:48
What advice can I give to a member of my congregation who had COVID in May 2021 and says that he does not need to be vaccinated because he now has immunity to COVID-19?
Felicia King
01:08:31
What information is being used to help those who are afraid of getting the shot?
Christa Luttmann
01:08:36
There is such a huge number of people who swear masks don't work - including elected officials and school officials. How do we convince them??????
Andrea Dingess
01:08:43
Not our faith, nor our politics, but how can we work together to be a blessing and to save lives?
Felicia King
01:09:59
Is it ok to mix the different brands of vaccines when the booster shot becomes available? (The only booster shot that's been approved is Pfizer)
Andrea Dingess
01:10:13
What procedures should we follow if a member of our community has been infected with COVID-19 and was in contact with the rest of our congregation?
Felicia King
01:10:15
When will booster shots be available?
Felicia King
01:11:07
How will we know when we should get a booster shot?
Andrea Dingess
01:11:50
What is the strategy for my church to partner with my Health Commission (Dayton, Montgomery County) so we can become educated on the COVID-19 vaccines?
Andrea Dingess
01:13:44
Please make sure all lines are muted. Thank you.
Lynn Thompson
01:13:44
Hey Mark, greetings from the Northwest Signal/Bryan Times!
Mark Adams
01:14:08
Hi Lynn!
Harold McBride
01:16:13
Dr. Moore referred to masking as a way to protect the masked from the virus. Previous messaging regarding masks has stated that we wear masks to reduce viral spread as protection for others Please clarify the role of masks regarding protecting others v. personal protection.
Larry Macon
01:18:12
Is it still African Americans having the highest hospitalization and deaths per population in Ohio? If so, how is the disparity issue being addressed in the state? What Equitable Programs has been created to help?
Harold McBride
01:23:20
The FDA director recently stated in an interview that cloth masks no longer are effective with regard to the increased viral load of the Delta variant. With cloth masks having been sent to businesses from the Bureau of Work. Comp., will non-cloth masks be sent to us to help with renewed masking recommendations?
Jamie Carmichael - Ohio Department of Health
01:30:44
Find resources here for communicating with your congregation and others about COVID-19 and vaccination: https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/health-equity/communications-resources-hub
Andrea Dingess
01:46:48
Is it still African Americans having the highest hospitalization and deaths per population in Ohio? If so, how is the disparity issue being addressed in the state? What Equitable Programs has been created to help?
Harold McBride
01:56:17
Are there sufficient concerns regarding the effectiveness of cloth masks in mitigating the increased viral load of the Delta variant that we need to communicate to those in our faith-based organizations that cloth masks are no longer sufficient or effective?
Andrea Dingess
02:00:43
Is it still African Americans having the highest hospitalization and deaths per population in Ohio? If so, how is the disparity issue being addressed in the state? What Equitable Programs has been created to help? Answer: make up 13% of Ohio population. we are 11% of infected, 18% hospitalization. We are making progress. We need to make sure everyone has access to the vaccination. Making sure they have good information and partnering with each other. Find resources here for communicating with your congregation and others about COVID-19 and vaccination: https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/health-equity/communications-resources-hub
Andrea Dingess
02:01:05
Is it still African Americans having the highest hospitalization and deaths per population in Ohio? If so, how is the disparity issue being addressed in the state? What Equitable Programs has been created to help? Answer: make up 13% of Ohio population. we are 11% of infected, 18% hospitalization. We are making progress. We need to make sure everyone has access to the vaccination. Making sure they have good information and partnering with each other. Find resources here for communicating with your congregation and others about COVID-19 and vaccination: https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/health-equity/communications-resources-hub
Felicia King
02:06:34
How do we keep our faith community members safe and calm?Answer: Keeping the dialog open. Connection to good and reliable information.
Andrea Dingess
02:07:23
How do we keep our faith community members safe and calm? answer: keeping the communication open and making sure the correct information is being given out.
Jae Williams
02:08:37
What are you doing about the Long Haul COVID-19 survivor
Andrea Dingess
02:12:43
What advice can I give to a member of my congregation who had COVID in May 2021 and says that he does not need to be vaccinated because he now has immunity to COVID-19? answer: there is no value to the immunity and how long it will last. This makes the person more open to the unknown. The vaccine provides protection. Get with your medical provider.
Felicia King
02:15:25
Is it ok to mix the different brands of vaccines when the booster shot becomes available? (The only booster shot that's been approved is Pfizer)Answer: There is limited information available at this time.
Andrea Dingess
02:18:24
How can we safely continue volunteer work in our community? Answer: Housing, giving out food, etc... can still be done with your own personal care. Know what the guidelines are, have your mask at all times.
Felicia King
02:19:54
Not our faith, nor our politics, but how can we work together to be a blessing and to save lives?Answer: Talking, Educating, collaborating and providing solid information.