Ask Me Anything: COVID-19 in Bloomington and Beyond: Public Health, Children, Parents, and Vaccines

Featuring: Dr. Lana Dbeibo, NEED TITLE and Graham McKeen, Indiana University

What’s our current situation in terms of public health here locally? How is the vaccine rollout progressing? What is herd immunity? When will COVID-19 vaccines be available for children? Considerations for expecting or breastfeeding mothers? How safe are COVID-19 vaccines and what are some of the myths? Bring your questions to our infectious disease and public health experts Dr. Lana Dbeibo and Graham McKeen. 

Dr. Lana Dbeibo is an infectious disease specialist, director of infection prevention at Methodist Hospital, IU’s director of vaccine initiatives, and member of IU’s COVID-19 Medical Response Team and Restart Committee. Graham McKeen, MPA, is the university director of public and environmental health at IU, part-time instructor, O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Health, and member of IU’s COVID-19 Medical Response Team and Restart Committee. The program will be moderated by Deirdre Sheets, WonderLab's Education Director. Ask your questions in advance here (link) or ask them during the program. (virtual event)

Ask Me Anything: COVID-19 in Bloomington and Beyond: Public Health, Children, Parents, and Vaccines