Which coronavirus vaccine should I get, and what are the side effects? When can I go back to restaurants and get together with family and friends? Will I ever be able to not have to wear a mask?
These and other COVID-related questions will be answered during a free, virtual three-part series hosted by Broadlawns Medical Center and Save Your Brain, a program of the Iowa Department of Public Health to help people learn about and reduce risk of cognitive decline, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Coordinated by Patricia Quinlisk, M.D., state epidemiologist emerita of Iowa, will cover what’s happening with the pandemic on three consecutive Mondays, beginning on March 15, 1-2 p.m.:
March 15: The Present – Vaccines, Masks and More
What kind of vaccines are there, which should I get, what about side effects?
Presented by Yogesh Shah, M.D., chief medical officer, Broadlawns Medical Center
March 22: Soon – Going Back to Normal Activities
When can we go to restaurants, gyms, get back together with family, friends?
Presented by Thomas Benzoni, D.O.’83, EM, AOBEM, FACEP, emergency medicine physician, Methodist Hospital, and assistant professor of family and internal medicine, DMU
March 29: The Future – When Will Things Get Back to Normal?
When will things be normal? When can I stop wearing masks? Will I need more vaccines?
Presented by Patricia Quinlisk, M.D., Iowa state epidemiologist emerita
Join the free series by registering here.