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  • Townhall: Black & Caribbean Communities

    COVID-19 vaccine townhall for Black & Caribbean Communities, hosted by NJ Dept of Health. Featuring esteemed physicians Dr. Chris T. Pernell, Dr. Amesika Nyaku, and Dr. Harold LaRoche.

    Languages: English, ASL

  • How the COVID-19 vaccines were developed quickly

    Dr. Amesika Nyaku, Infectious Disease Doctor, Rutgers Health, shares how safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines were developed in a short time frame.

    Language: English

  • COVID-19 & Communities of Color

    Dr. Amesika Nyaku, Infectious Disease Doctor, Rutgers Health, discusses concerns of communities of color about the COVID-19 vaccine, including representation in vaccine development and historical context.

    Language: English

  • My Journey Surviving COVID-19

    Dr. Harold LaRoche, NJ Chapter President of Haitian Physicians Abroad, ER Doctor at JFK Medical Edison, NJ, shares his experience being hospitalized with COVID-19.

    Language: English

  • ¡Vacunémonos! (Let’s get vaccinated!)

    El Dr. Juan Rojas, Internista en Monmouth Medical Center, comparte que las vacunas contra el COVID-19 están disponibles y que son seguras y efectivas.

    Dr. Juan Rojas, Internist at Monmouth Medical Center, shares that the COVID-19 vaccines are available, and that they are safe and effective.

    Language / Idioma: Spanish / Español

  • Why healthcare workers should get the COVID-19 vaccine

    Dr. Shereef Elnahal, President and CEO of University Hospital in Newark, explains why healthcare workers should get vaccinated for COVID-19.

    Language: English

  • First in NJ to get COVID-19 vaccine shares her story

    Maritza Beniquez, RN at University Hospital Network shares her story as the first person in NJ to get vaccinated against COVID-19

    Language: English

  • Department of Health YouTube Page

    Visit the NJ Department of Health's YouTube page to learn more about COVID-19 vaccines

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