In early November, Skokie Public Library hosted a panel discussion about COVID Safety for the Whole Family. Below is the video recording from that presentation.
Visit the library's website for additional COVID-19 resources, including several shared by the panelists during this presentation.
Skokie Public Library invites the community to attend COVID Safety for the Whole Family on Thursday, November 11th at 6:30 p.m.
The following panelists will discuss how to keep children healthy during the current stage of the pandemic and vaccine safety, efficacy, and myths vs. facts:
- Omar Khan, M.D.
Doulas Center and Muslim Community Center
- Rabbi Art Hart
Skokie Valley Agudath Synagogue
- Reese Richardson
Northwestern University Biological Sciences division and Ph.D. candidate with research profile on the biological functions of COVID infections in the human body
- Dr. Sharon Robinson
Pediatrician, NorthShore University HealthSystem
- Jennifer Davis, R.N.
Public Health Nurse, Skokie Health Department
This is a hybrid event and registration is required. In-person attendance is limited to 20 participants who must follow the library's pandemic safety guidelines. Participation via Zoom is unlimited; a link will be sent by email to participants with their registration confirmation.
Visit the Skokie Public Library Event Calendar for more information and to register.
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