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LIVE AT 1:30 p.m.: North Dakota Department of Health to host virtual town hall on COVID-19 vaccine booster and pediatric doses

The event begins at 1:30 p.m. and will address COVID-19 vaccines in children and boosters in adults.

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BISMARCK — North Dakota Department of Health officials are hosting a live, virtual town hall to address questions and concerns regarding how the COVID-19 vaccines are rolling out for children in the state, as well as boosters in adults.

The livestream from Bismarck begins at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5 and can be accessed by clicking on this link and joining the meeting . People are encouraged to participate in the live Q&A but can also submit questions in advance to the North Dakota Department of Health by messaging the department's Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages.

Speakers at the Town Hall will include:

  • Molly Howell, MPH, NDDoH Immunization division director
  • Joan Connell, MD, UND Center for Family Medicine pediatrician,
  • Avish Nagpal, MD, Sanford Health infectious disease specialist
  • Grace Njau, NDDoH Special Projects and Health Analytics division director

Along with the speakers, Brenton Nesemeier, MS, NDDoH Field Services division director will be available to answer questions. Forum Communications is covering the event and will have more later in the day.

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