Pennsylvania family physicians seek to reassure public of vaccine safety and efficacy in video public service announcement
PAFP Immediate Past-President Tracey Conti, MD, and PAFP’s 2020 Co-Family Physician of the Year Delana Wardlaw, MD, urge Pennsylvanians, particularly those in African American and other minority communities, to get their COVID-19 vaccination. Drs. Conti and Wardlaw hope their message brings comfort and confidence in the vaccine to these communities.
Dr. Edward Zurad, the PAFP's other 2020 Co-Family Physician of the Year, offers another message in support of COVID-19 vaccination.
If you have questions or concerns about the COVID vaccine, please talk with your family doctor.
Department of Health Resources for Providers:
Weekly COVID-19 vaccine update
Become a vaccine provider
PA Unites Against COVID campaign
COVID resource library (downloadable resources)
FAQs on COVID mitigation in schools