In this episode of the Dr. Fazil Show, we cover current updates on the vaccines available and how many have been vaccinated so far. With new vaccines being approved recently, the goal for herd immunity is a lot closer in sight. Watch along to find out where we are currently at.
In this interview Dr. Fazil speaks with our host Wendy about the current updates on the COVID-19 infection and vaccine updates. He covers the three main pharmaceutical companies that have developed and distributed the vaccine across the Untied States. He goes over the efficacy rate of the vaccinations and what if any side effects you can expect when receiving your vaccination. Stay tuned and find out more.
With more than 8 months of this Coronavirus pandemic, we have finally some positive news regarding a vaccine. In this interview, Dr. Fazil addresses one of the biggest hurdles we will face during this winter season, the Flu and the Coronavirus. With a higher risk than ever to get one of these or both infections, he cautions his viewers on what safety measures to take to minimize exposure and to keep safe. One of the main things that Dr. Fazil recommends is for everyone who is eligible to get a Flu vaccine, to go ahead and get it, this way you risk of getting both infections is minimized and your body does not have to fight two different illnesses.
For our latest updates on the pandemic affecting the entire world, Dr. Fazil is keeping up with current news and updates on the daily changing Coronavirus, he addresses new concerns that are being brought up by his patients and the general public. Some of the questions that are addressed, are current hot topics regarding ongoing testing and when we will get a vaccine ready for everyone to get.
From different political views, to different beliefs in science, one thing is for sure, the Coronavirus is not going away anytime soon, this needs to take a global effort to combat and to save as many lives as possible. Join Dr. Fazil in the video above to find out what our next steps to control this virus should be.