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Navigating Vaccine Hesitancy in the Jewish Community
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Navigating Vaccine Hesitancy in the Jewish Community

March 7 , 1:00 pm

GETTING IT RIGHT: An Israeli healthcare worker prepares a dose of the Covid-19 vaccine at the Kupat Holim Clalit clinic in Jerusalem, on Jan. 14, 2021. A record 223,560 vaccine doses were administered Thursday, as Israel charges forward with its national vaccination drive. Ministry figures showed 2,441,379 have received the first vaccine dose and 850,811 of them the second. (AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP via Getty Images)
Community Counter, formed last spring to provide confidential Covid contact tracing in the hard-hit Orthodox community, is hosting a web panel on the history, implications and best practices for addressing vaccine hesitancy in the Jewish community. Panelists include Aliza Bloch, Mayor of Bet Shemesh, Israel; Dr. Naor Bar Zeev, Associate Professor in the Department of Global Disease, Epidemiology and Control at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Rabbi Dr. Aaron Glatt, Chief of Infectious Diseases and Hospital Epidemiologist, Mt. Sinai South Nassau and rabbi at Young Israel of Woodmere; Dr. Daniel Grove, Assistant Director for Critical Care at Medstar Union Memorial Hospital (Baltimore); Rabbi Dr. Zev Eleff, Chief Academic Officer, Hebrew Theological College (Skokie) and Associate Professor of Jewish History, To uro College and University System; Mark Trencher, founder of Nishma Research (New York) and Shoshana Bernstein, Director of Communications, Covid Plasma Initiative, and President, SB Writing and Communications (Monsey). Register here.


March 7
1:00 pm
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