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Communications Leaders Update - Shared screen with speaker view
Molly McGowan Gorsuch
11:53
Good morning! Definitely looking forward to the break :) Instead of “Tuesday,” my to-do list says ”last week, day 2” haha
Stacia Harris
13:50
good morning from Buncombe county!
Rita Foil
14:55
Hello and Merry Christmas from Rowan-Salisbury!
Freebird McKinney
17:43
Please post questions you may have in the CHAT and Ken and I will follow up after. Thank you!
Katie Test Davis (Forthright Advising)
29:08
Useful links:
Katie Test Davis (Forthright Advising)
29:32
We’re on Twitter now: @comms4kids and would love to see you there. ALSO: throughout our presentation we used new stock images that are FREE for all -check ‘em out here: https://deeperlearning4all.org/images/
Tahira Stalberte, APR
29:37
We are working parent testimonial videos.
Eliz Colbert
30:07
@Tahira - that is an awesome idea
Valerie Hoffman
30:44
Will this presentation be made available to us later? The slide deck went by pretty fast and the stats would be helpful to share w/ my colleagues.
Ashley Peterson-DeLuca
32:47
Our pleasure! Thanks so much for inviting us!
Freebird McKinney
45:58
Any questions?
Valerie Hoffman
46:01
I have a strong feeling that the "web developers and web admins" are one and the same as US, the communications leaders on this call, LOL!
Rebecca Planchard
47:06
@valerie and you're public health communicators too...so many hats!
Melisa Jessup
47:11
Haley, good presentation! Thank you for supporting LEA recruitment/retention efforts.
Rita Foil
52:02
That is awesome!!
Valerie Hoffman
55:09
How quickly can we get this slide deck?
Mia Murphy
57:21
We will send the deck after the meeting today.
Tracey Lewis
57:58
We got this question yesterday: Does the vaccine prevent you from getting COVID-19 or does it act like the flu vaccine and prevent the more serious symptoms of the illness if you get COVID-19?
wanda
59:19
Is it true that the vaccine is a two-part vaccine? Participants have to get a second shot later. How much later?
Tracey Lewis
01:03:54
Thank you!
David Stegall
01:05:59
can’t unmute
David Stegall
01:06:10
i can’t unmute
Rebecca Planchard
01:06:55
Vaccine FAQs https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/vaccines/frequently-asked-questions
Rebecca Planchard
01:07:53
"Why are two vaccine shots necessary?The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines require two shots a set number of days apart. You need two doses to build up strong immunity against COVID. The second shot will come about 3-4 weeks after the first. It is important to get two doses of the same vaccine."
Kevin Smith
01:08:08
Thank you!
Tahira Stalberte, APR
01:08:16
Thank you!
Valerie Hoffman
01:08:17
Great call today. Thank you for all the info!