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Overview on Recent COVID-19 Updates - Shared screen with speaker view
Heidi
31:02
Good Afternoon everyone, We are so happy that you have joined us today. We will be providing an overview of all the recent updates for COVID-19 vaccines. Almost everything that we are discussing today can be found in the CDC clinical considerations. You will hear us refer to the clinical considerations often. Here is a link to the clinical considerations: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/clinical-considerations/interim-considerations-us.html
alane
43:35
Is anyone working on a vaxadvisor such as CDC has an app for pneumonia vaccines where you can enter a patients information, what previous pneumonia vaccines they've had, and it will tell you exactly what / when to administer next. It would be great to have a Covid Vaxadvisor app as this is quite complicated.
Kendra Atherholt
49:56
Will you be creating/updating the process map you created for COVIS19 Vaccines doses and boosters?
Heidi
49:58
@alane Thank you for that comment and inquiry. I love the pneumococcal vaccine app from CDC as well. It is a great tool. I have not heard of anyone doing a clinical app like this for COVID-19 vaccine. We do have a public tool at the MDHHS website. It is our up to date tool. It can be found at www.michigan.gov/covidvaccineuptodatetool Again, this was geared more for the public. I do love this suggestion.
Heidi
52:01
@kendra Thank you for that question. We are working on updating our clinical tools. At this time we do not have the flow charts anymore but have the infographics that Andrea showed earlier. Both of those infographics can be found at www.michigan.gov/covidvaccine Our clinical document we have on COVID-19 vaccines that is color coded is being looked at and reviewed.
Kendra Atherholt
53:15
Thank you Heidi
Heidi
54:01
You are welcome. I loved the flow charts and will let the team know that they were asked about.
Stephanie Sanchez - CDC Foundation
54:17
I have gotten questions about COVID vaccines administered outside of the USA - and how/what vaccinate can be administered next.Pharmacy refused to administer a booster dose....ugh.We referred the pharmacy to the document at: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/programs/iis/COVID-19-related-codes.htmlThe pharmacy sent the person to the LHD immz clinic (Oakland county).
Shannon Lahnala-Bleau
55:38
Will you be sharing this slide deck?
Dianne Ankley
57:30
You can also find information about immunizations given outside the United States in the Interim Clinical Considerations. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/clinical-considerations/interim-considerations-us.html#appendix-a
Stephanie Sanchez - CDC Foundation (Michigan)
58:51
Sure Will!
Lindsay Hasten
01:00:42
Can I please get information on the vaccine storage units? Lindsay.hasten@maple-lawn.org
Linda
01:02:21
lseymour@medilodgeofludington.com
Linda
01:02:56
oops that's my email address but this was forwarded to me so you don't have my email address. could i please be added? Thanks.
a.huff
01:04:15
ONe last qeuestion
Stephanie Sanchez - CDC Foundation (Michigan)
01:04:15
Thank You - MDHHS Immunization Staff -Great Information - as always!
a.huff
01:04:17
question
a.huff
01:04:41
Is CMS requiring the second booster? I am t rying to figure out my timelines
a.huff
01:04:45
typing so fast
Timiko Drew
01:04:54
Thank you all. Great Info!
a.huff
01:05:40
🙂 Great. I thought it was 5 months, all my 4 month people would be due today. I will email you. Thank you.
Julie
01:06:18
Thank you!!