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Children’s Hospital Of The King’s Daughters To Host Town Hall On Covid-19 Vaccine September 16

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Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters (CHKD) will host a virtual town hall meeting, “What Parents Need to Know About the Covid-19 Vaccine,” on Thursday, September 16 from 6:30pm to 7:30pm.


Dr. Doug Mitchell, a pediatrician and medical director for primary care practices, and Dr. Laura Sass, a pediatric infectious disease specialist, will be on hand to discuss myths and science-based facts about coronavirus and the vaccine. The virtual town hall meeting is open to all CHKD patients and families and will include a live Q&A session to address health concerns related to the vaccination.

No registration is required to join the town hall meeting. For more information, click here.

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