COVID-19 Vaccine Considerations for Rural Health

The COVID-19 Vaccination Implementation Planning Update for Rural Stakeholders was presented by CDC subject matter expert, Dr. Amanda Cohn. Dr. Cohn is Chief Medical Officer for the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases as well as Chief Medical Officer for the Vaccine Task Force of the CDC COVID-19 Response. This session, presented specifically for rural stakeholders, was moderated by Dr. Diane Hall.

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