Our community is full of friends, family members, and neighbors who have chosen to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and help to keep themselves and their loved ones safe. We’ve taken some time to highlight their stories and hear their unique perspectives on why they have chosen to be vaccinated. Join us in hearing some of their stories.
Here is FFH President & CEO, Jenny Englerth, and her daughter Lena talking a little bit about why they felt it was important for her to be vaccinated as soon as possible.
Rev. Adrian Boxley shares about his initial hesitancy and how he called on community members he trusts to help educate him.
Do you have an educated and reliable source that you can go to about questions, including doubts about the COVID-19 vaccine? Our own Dr. Oluwatomi Uwazota is this source for many of her patients and community members, and shares how she explains these doubts with her own patients.
Kara Oldenburg-Gonzales explains how her daily life has been changed by having the COVID-19 vaccine, especially with her newborn daughter and the rise of Delta variant cases.
Police Commissioner, Michael Muldrow from the City of York talks about how confident he is in the COVID-19 vaccine and how he addresses hesitancy within his community.
FFH’s Dr. Elizabeth Horst breaks down some of the most common hesitancies with the COVID-19 vaccine and how we can address those with knowledge of the timeline, process, and rollout.