COVID-19 Education with Dr. Daniel Warshafsky, Office of the CMOH

Wed, June 09, 2021

Hosted by the CMOH, AFHTO, IPHCC & AHC

From Variants of Concern to changing directives on vaccines, understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve rapidly. The Indigenous Primary Health Care Council, the Alliance for Healthier Communities, and the Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario are pleased to invite Dr. Daniel Warshafsky, Senior Medical Consultant at the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, to speak with our members on the latest findings and considerations related to COVID-19, so that you can be better equipped to answer your patients' questions.

This session will cover key questions that we have heard from you, including Variants of Concern, AstraZeneca and potential mixing of vaccine, breakthrough cases and emerging evidence around vaccination for children 12-17 years old. Nicole Blackman, Provincial Director at the Indigenous Primary Health Care Council will talk about why Indigenous people are prioritized to receive vaccines.

There will be time provided for Q&A. You are also invited to enter your question during registration.

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