THIS WEEK: The start of Women History Month with Dr. Suzanne Afflalo
This week we start celebrating Women's History Month by highlighting Dr. Suzanne Afflalo and her recent interview on NBC about myths around the Covid vaccine. Additionally, don't miss out on the monthly Community and Health Resource Fair Wednesday, March 3rd @ 10 a.m PT. Lastly, find a San Diego County update on moving to Phase 1B of the vaccination distribution including those 65 and older and frontline essential workers in the following sectors: Emergency Services (including emergency operations workers, fire and law enforcement); Childcare and Education; and Food and Agriculture.
Covid Vaccine Distribution County Update
Now on Phase 1B of the Vaccination process. Currently, vaccinating those 65 and older and those working in the following sectors Emergency Services (including emergency operations workers, fire and law enforcement); Childcare and Education; and Food and Agriculture.
Dr. Afflalo NBC Interview on the Myths Surrounding the Covid Vaccine
NBC’s Jeff Krapf interviews Multicultural Health Foundation’s Dr. Suzanne Afflalo about the myths around the COVID-19 vaccine and the importance of relying on knowledgeable medical professionals for information and updates. Plus, Dr. Afflalo shares about a health and resource fair free to the community on the first Wednesday of each month!
Community Health & Resource Fair
Please join us at the next Community Health & Resource Fair Wednesday March 3rd @ 10:00 a.m PT(*San Diego County Approved Event).
Community partners will be providing a variety of essential health screening services, resources and food distribution. Hosted by Many Shades of Pink, A Healthier Me, Multicultural Health Foundation, Kaiser Permanente, Scripps, SHARC, and Concorde Career Colleges!
Together Against COVID Team
Nurse Jaleisha Smith Jacobs tells NBC 7 San Diego about Together Against COVID
Nurse Jaleisha Jacobs tells NBC 7 San Diego about Together Against COVID