Let's Talk Health: La seguridad de las vacunas contra el COVID.

'Let's Talk Health' La Seguridad de las Vacunas Contra el COVID. (The Safety of COVID Vaccines. Presented in Spanish)

Hosted by Carlos Marconi, Administrative Director, Saint Clare’s Health
Dr. Aristides Estrada, Chief of Internal Medicine, Saint Clare’s Health
Dr. Carlos Caprioli, Program Manager of Partnership for Maternal and Child Health, Saint Clare’s Health

Have a question for the provider? Email us at SCNJCommunications@primehealthcare.com

Watch the Presentation: https://www.facebook.com/SaintClaresHealth.

Thu, April 08
7:00 pm — 7:30 pm
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'Let's Talk Health' La Seguridad de las Vacunas Contra el COVID. (The Safety of COVID Vaccines. Presented in Spanish)

Hosted by Carlos Marconi, Administrative Director, Saint Clare’s Health
Dr. Aristides Estrada, Chief of Internal Medicine, Saint Clare’s Health
Dr. Carlos Caprioli, Program Manager of Partnership for Maternal and Child Health, Saint Clare’s ...

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