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NCDHHS Updates-Collaborative Call - Shared screen with speaker view
dionne
28:08
good morning
Freebird McKinney
28:22
Good Morning, Everyone!!!!!
djordan
28:45
Good morning!’
Tahira Stalberte, APR
28:53
Good morning from Union County Public Schools!
Jennifer Solley
28:57
Good morning from Currituck County!
Steve Hall-Alleghany County Schools
28:58
Good morning from Alleghany County!
Aarika Sandlin
29:39
Good Morning from Vance County Schools!
William Sudderth
29:44
Good morning from Durham!
Kevin Smith
30:09
Good morning from Transylvania County!
christyjohnson
30:13
Good Morning from Duplin County Schools!
Linda Jewell Carr
30:17
Good morning all - sending greetings from the cool air in Washington County this morning. Thank you Dr. Truitt
Mary Hawley Oates
30:33
Who will determine the priority of which school personnel are vaccinated first when vaccinations move into Phase 1b and school staff are included?
Catherine.Truitt
31:07
Thank you all for the greetings! Good morning to everyone!
Michael Burger
31:26
Good Morning from School Health in Buncombe County
Susan Neeley
32:05
Good Morning from Gaston County Schools
kim.strother
32:05
Good morning from Wilson County Schools!
Tawanda Smallwood
32:49
Happy New Year from Bertie County Schools!
Mia Murphy
33:04
Good morning and Happy New Year to everyone!
Tracey Lewis
33:52
Good morning, and Happy New Year from Surry County!
Melissa Mann-Bailey
34:18
Good morning and Happy New Year from Alamance County Schools
SHANETTA PITTMAN
34:19
Good morning! Happy New Year!
SHANETTA PITTMAN
34:32
Weldon City Schools
Crystal Bonville
35:19
Can you continue to pass covid 19 onto others after you get the vaccine?
Deanne Meadows
37:55
Can you get the vaccine if you had COVID or recently tested positive?
roman
38:17
For individuals with an egg allergy, are the vaccines not recommended?
bjones
38:54
We only know the short-range impact of the vaccine, what about long-range?
Wendy Kelly Jordan
40:05
Once the vaccine is received can individuals cease wearing masks?
Walker Wilson
41:22
You have a spot, take your shot. A tested, safe and effective vaccine will be available to all who want it, but supplies will be limited at first. To save lives and slow the spread of COVID-19, independent state and federal public health advisory committees recommend first protecting health care workers caring for patients with COVID-19, people who are at the highest risk of being hospitalized or dying, and those at high risk of exposure to COVID-19.Even after people start getting vaccines, it will be very important to keep practicing the 3 Ws —wear a mask, wait six feet apart, wash your hands—until everyone has a chance to get vaccinated.
Walker Wilson
46:46
There is a lot of information including FAQs, this PPT, and (almost daily) updates on the DHHS vaccine website, https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/vaccines
Terry Phillips
48:13
Is there a timeline of when to expect 1B to begin?
Betsy Curry
48:23
Will all NC counties be following this Phased in approach?
Shannon Stein
49:20
I have read in several articles that the vaccine will provide antibody protection for three months. Is this accurate? If so, will there be another round of vaccinations for the fall?
Tammy Finch
50:24
How will individuals know to go get a vaccine? Will individuals be contacted by someone?
Christy Grant
50:28
Will you need to get vaccinated in the county where you live?
Charles Fuller
50:30
How will you be notified when and where to go to get vaccinated when your group is scheduled?
Christina O'Connor
50:46
Will the vaccine be distributed according to the county in which one lives, or in the county in which one works?
Betsy Curry
50:57
Can school nurses administer the vaccine to school staff?
htrantham
51:05
Is there concerns about those that are pregnant or breastfeeding getting the vaccine?
lisahaas
51:51
What is the outlook/plan for medically high risk children less than 16 yrs.?
Stephaine Locklear
51:56
Local Health Department are sending out announcements, our LHD has open up vaccines to school nurses (Robeson county)
Heather.Duane
53:16
School nurses in Onslow County are supporting our local health department and working in vaccine clinics - giving vaccines.
Christina O'Connor
53:36
Will student teachers be included as essential workers in group 3?
Lisa Keiser
54:51
How long is this vaccine expected to last before a booster is required?
Michael Burger
54:58
Are you saying that group 1b are estimated to receive the vaccine last spring early summer?
Tammy Finch
55:19
How will people know when to go get a vaccine? How will folks know when each "phase" opens up?
Kecia
55:26
How long will the vaccine last? Is it like the flu shot in that it would need to be taken annually?
Shauna Guthrie
55:51
is there or will there be an antibody test to confirm effectiveness of vaccination?
Betsy Curry
57:34
Is this safe for people with mast cell disorders?
Shannon Stein
57:40
Has there been any consideration to update the attestation questions to add congestion, runny nose....we are seeing that to be a more prevalent for those who are testing positive
Angie Williams-McMichael
58:20
what is the % of people that still contract COVID after vaccinating
Tammy Finch
59:18
How will people be notified that it is "their turn" to get a vaccine?
Ellie Schollmeyer
59:18
Given the spike in cases, positive tests, and hospital capacity - do you believe it is safe for schools to open in a hybrid model with safety precautions before the vaccine rollout is completed
roman
01:00:33
For scholls that have opted for in-person learning, will they have priority over schools that are 100% virtual learning?
Jessica Swencki
01:02:31
We will release this slide deck but it is largely available on the DHHS website and your local health dept websites.
Ellie Schollmeyer
01:02:42
Given the spike in cases, positive tests, and hospital capacity - do you believe it is safe for schools to open in a hybrid model with safety precautions before the vaccine rollout is completed
Cheryl Turner
01:09:33
What PRC's are GEER funds
Betsy Curry
01:09:53
Will the GRF be in addition to Summer Reading camp funding? This will be important for planning?
Freebird McKinney
01:13:09
ESSER 1- 2022
Freebird McKinney
01:13:18
ESSER 2- 2023
diane.rocker
01:13:31
This may not be part of this type of funding - is there any talk of additional funds for leave time for staff that need to quarantine?
Tammy Finch
01:15:19
Will these funds be already broken down and allocated per school?
Tammy Finch
01:15:37
What is the timeline on allocation
Gregg Sinders
01:15:48
Alexis .... Will new funds be based upon this years actual adm
roman
01:17:02
If you have been allocated PRC 167 funds but they are not pulling into LINQ, how would that be resolved?
Gregg Sinders
01:17:51
Alexis, Happy New Year! We appreciate your commitment to keeping us updated in an ever changing environment.
roman
01:18:04
Where would one find the information on allowable expenditures for GEER Funds?
Alexis.Schauss
01:18:23
https://www.dpi.nc.gov/districts-schools/district-operations/financial-and-business-services
Sean Gaillard
01:18:23
Good Morning from Winston-Salem! Is there any way for funds to be allocated for technology support and laptops for struggling families?
Joy Warner
01:19:49
Very concerned about funding for charter schools that do not get title 1 funds. All help is appreciated.