“COVID-19 Town Hall for New Yorkers” Series

Hear the latest updates and information from community leaders & medical and science experts about the COVID-19 virus and vaccine, and what it means for you, your community, and our City. 

Past Town Halls

Bronx, NYC Town Hall (6/15)

Watch our June 15th Town Hall featuring Dr. Tanya Rogo (BronxCare Health System, Mount Sinai), Dr. Susana Morales (Weill Cornell), and Dr. Hasina Outtz Reed (Weill Cornell), sharing the latest about maternal and child health, variants, and Long COVID, and much more. 

Hosted in partnership with The Bronx Community Foundation

Languages: English | Español  |  Français

 

Tanya Rogo, MD, MPH&TM, FAAP

Tanya Rogo, MD, MPH&TM, FAAP

Moderator | BronxCare Health System; Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Mount Sinai

Hasina Outtz Reed, M.D., Ph.D.

Hasina Outtz Reed, M.D., Ph.D.

Panelist | Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine

Susana Rita Morales, MD

Susana Rita Morales, MD

Panelist | Internal Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine

Brooklyn, NYC Town Hall (2/9)

Watch our February 9th Town Hall featuring Dr. Lauren Smith (CDC Foundation), Dr. Dorian Alexander (OBH Brookdale), and Maurice Cummings (NYC Council), moderated by Brownsville, Brooklyn Resident Athenia Rodney

Athenia Rodney

Athenia Rodney

Moderator | Brownsville Resident; Founder & CEO, Umoja Events

Lauren Smith, MD, MPH

Lauren Smith, MD, MPH

Panelist | Chief Health Equity and Strategy Officer, CDC Foundation

Dorian Alexander, MD

Dorian Alexander, MD

Panelist | Residency Program Director, Emergency Department; Vice-Chair, Emergency Department; One Brooklyn Health – Brookdale Hospital

Pastor James Osei-Kofi

Pastor James Osei-Kofi

Remarks | Associate Pastor, Bethesda Healing Center

Maurice Cummings

Maurice Cummings

Remarks | Special Assistant, New York City Council, Office of Councilwoman Alicka Amply-Samuel

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The “COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall for New Yorkers” series is free and open to all New Yorkers to help provide up-to-date information and resources about COVID-19 virus and vaccine.