Join Dr. Agnes Usoro, Dr. Sherita Golden and the Johns Hopkins Medicine Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Health Equity for an employee town hall and Get the Facts About the Vax.

Dr. Mustapha Saheed, medical director and assistant professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital, answers audience questions about COVID-19 vaccines. Dr. Saheed oversees the Emergency Department’s clinical operations and has a particular interest in clinical decision support.

The discussion is moderated by Lainie Rutkow, a professor in the departments of Health Policy and Management and Health, Behavior, and Society at the Bloomberg School of Public Health. She holds a joint appointment in the School of Medicine and is senior adviser to the president for national capital academic strategy for Johns Hopkins University.

On Wednesday January 27th the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute hosted a community forum about the COVID-19 vaccines in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Health Equity.

This dialogue features speakers and panelists from Baltimore community organizations and Johns Hopkins experts to discuss COVID-19 health disparities and vaccines.

Every Friday at 12pm Eastern, experts from the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center (CRC) provide short (30 minute!) updates on the state of the pandemic and public health efforts.

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From the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health’s ‘Public Health on Call’ Podcast, Infectious disease specialist Dr. Monica Gandhi talks about why she’s so optimistic about COVID-19 vaccines and their ability to free us from the pandemic. Dr. Gandhi talks with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about the great results from clinical trials, why she is hopeful the vaccines will work against variants, some guidance for the newly-vaccinated about returning to “normal” life, and her latest insights on masks.

Listen here.