Analesa Baraka, a nurse practitioner at BIDMC, says the COVID-19 vaccines are safe and encourages you to speak with your healthcare team if you have any concerns about getting vaccinated.
Dr. Dat Le, an internal medicine and primary care doctor at Beth Israel Lahey Health, says that even if you have medical conditions such as diabetes, asthma, anemia, or fatigue, you can still get the COVID-19 vaccine safely.
Dr. Kumba Hinds is a primary care physician at Beth Israel Lahey Health. She is grateful to be vaccinated from COVID-19 and explains why you should get vaccinated, too.
Dr. Kwadwo Ofosu-Barko, an internal medicine and primary care doctor at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, encourages everyone, especially black and brown communities, to help stop the spread by getting vaccinated.
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center's Dr. Clair, an orthopedic hand surgeon, discusses safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Dr. Ambrose, medical director for youth services at BILH Behavioral Services, explains why you should get vaccinated now.
Administrative clinical supervisor at BILH, Diana Gist, RN, MSN, urges people of color to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Dr. Fernandez, an internal medicine and primary care doctor at Beth Israel Lahey Health, addresses the fears patients may have about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Dr. Carter specializes in internal medicine and is an assistant professor for Harvard Medical School. He speaks directly to those who are hesitant to get the vaccine.
BILH Needham Heights primary care physician Dr. Perez-Lirio speaks about why she trusts the COVID-19 vaccine.
Beth Israel Lahey Health gastroenterologist Dr. Villafuerte Galvez talks about why he chose to get vaccinated and what he tells his patients.
BILH’s Dr. Sharon Wright speaks about the safety of COVID-19 vaccines, including testing protocols vaccines go through before being authorized by the FDA.