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Open Classroom | The COVID Vaccine: The St. Louis Regional Response

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Presented by:
Lisa Clancy, MSW
Councilwoman, St. Louis County Council

Matifadza Hlatshwayo, MD, MPH
Instructor, Division of Infectious Diseases, Washington University School of Medicine

LJ Punch, MD
President, The T
Associate Professor of Surgery, Washington University School of Medicine

Alexander Garza, MD, MPH
Incident Commander, St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force
Chief Community Health Officer, SSM Health

Spring Schmidt
Acting Co-Director, St. Louis County Department of Public Heath

Vaccines for COVID-19 bring promise for return to something more like normal life, along with the opportunity to save thousands of lives in the St. Louis area. This conversation, moderated by Brown School Dean Mary McKay, features leaders charged with governmental response to COVID in our area and physicians on the front line of improving the health and well-being of vulnerable communities. Hear their perspectives on the successes of the COVID vaccine so far, the challenges they encounter, and the opportunities they see for improved public health in our region in the months ahead. 

This program is presented in partnership with the Clark-Fox Policy Institute.