Augusta University partners with local organization to host virtual town hall on COVID-19 vaccine

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An Augusta University Health health care worker distributes a COVID-19 vaccine.

Flyer with photos of the speakers.Augusta University has partnered with 100 Black Men of Augusta to host a virtual town hall at noon Feb. 12 to discuss the myths and facts surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine.

The forum is open to the community and will include presentations from Dr. Phillip Coule, chief medical officer for AU HealthDr. Jose Vazquez, chief of infectious diseases at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University; and Dr. Justin Moore, epidemiologist at the Medical College of Georgia.

Register for the event, and learn more about how Augusta University is targeting underserved communities as part of a public vaccination effort.

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