Children’s hospital organizes weekend to vaccinate children

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Susan Wade-Murphy looks forward to Sunday, believing it will help bolster efforts to immunize more children in Ohio. She is a registered nurse at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. She admitted on Friday that getting the vaccine is a personal decision. But in doing so, she stressed that the Pfizer vaccine to be distributed this weekend has been carefully checked and found to be safe and effective. She encouraged families to immunize their children to protect them and others. The three Webb children of Florence, Ky., Were old enough to enjoy an afternoon at the Museum Center on Friday, but too young to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Their parents, Koel and Morgan, know the shooting controversy continues to swirl and divide. Morgan told us she had met him at work. “They are either totally for or they are totally against,” she told us. “And that’s what I’ve come across a lot lately. But, you know, we’re vaccinated.” Laura Kuhlman said her daughter, Olivia, and son were vaccinated a week ago. There is pressure to have more children aged 5 to 11 immunized before the December holidays. “She did very well,” said Kuhlman. “Nervous at first. Eight-year-old Olivia told us, “It didn’t hurt. This testimonial should be music to the ears of the Children’s Hospital which will host the vaccine event Sunday on its Liberty campus from 11 am to 2 am. pm Anyone aged 5 and over can come for the photo shoot and receive special attention. “The kids are given coloring pages and crayons,” Wade-Murphy explained. “We have snacks and water.” In addition to cookies and crackers, the first 100 who show up will receive a stuffed animal. Therapy dogs will be there for children to pet them as another way to alleviate concerns. In two weeks, Children’s vaccinated 3,000 children aged 5 to 11. They expect hundreds of them this Sunday. “We hear kids say that when they come to the clinic. I waited my turn. My sister got her vaccine. You know, my big brother got his vaccine,” said Wade-Murphy, who is also Assistant Vice President of Childhood Patient Services Their Sunday tour will be free. The only requirement is the consent of a parent or legal guardian. Simply show up 11 am to 2 pm this Sunday at 7777 Yankee Road in Liberty Township. There will be a follow-up clinic to administer a second dose of the Pfizer vaccine on Sunday, December 12 at the same location. When asked how things are going at the Toledo hospital where she is an assistant social, Olivia’s mother replied, “Scary, you know. We still have quite a few cases of COVID. But we’re finding that those who get vaccinated don’t have such severe symptoms don’t stay in the hospital for that long. further confirmation that getting vaccinated is the safest route as another pandemic winter approaches. She expects the strong turnout of the past two weeks to continue on Sunday.

Susan Wade-Murphy looks forward to Sunday, believing it will help bolster efforts to immunize more children in Ohio.

She is a registered nurse at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. She admitted on Friday that getting the vaccine is a personal decision. But in doing so, she stressed that the Pfizer vaccine to be distributed this weekend has been carefully checked and found to be safe and effective.

She encouraged families to immunize their children to protect them and others.

The three Webb children of Florence, Ky., Were old enough to enjoy an afternoon at the Museum Center on Friday, but too young to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Their parents, Koel and Morgan, know that the controversy at the time continues to swirl and divide.

Morgan told us she had met him at work.

“They are either totally for or they are totally against,” she told us. “And that’s what I’ve come across a lot lately. But, you know, we’re vaccinated.”

Laura Kuhlman said her daughter, Olivia, and son were vaccinated a week ago. There is pressure to have more children aged 5 to 11 immunized before the December holidays.

“She did very well,” Kuhlman said. “Nervous at first.”

Eight-year-old Olivia told us, “It didn’t hurt.”

This testimony should be music to the ears of the Children’s Hospital which will be hosting the Sunday vaccination event on its Liberty campus from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Anyone aged 5 and over can come for the photo shoot and receive special attention.

“The kids are given coloring pages and crayons,” Wade-Murphy explained. “We have snacks and water.”

In addition to cookies and crackers, the first 100 who show up will receive a stuffed animal.

Therapy dogs will be there for children to pet as another way to alleviate concerns.

In two weeks, Children’s vaccinated 3,000 children aged 5 to 11. They expect hundreds of them this Sunday.

“We hear the kids say that when they come to the clinic. I waited my turn. My sister got her vaccine. You know, my big brother got his vaccine,” said Wade-Murphy, who is also assistant vice-president. for pediatric patient services.

Their turn on Sunday will be free. The only requirement is the consent of a parent or legal guardian.

Just show up from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Sunday at 7777 Yankee Road in Liberty Township.

There will be a follow-up clinic to administer a second dose of Pfizer vaccine on Sunday, December 12 at the same location.

When asked how things were at the Toledo hospital where she is a social worker, Olivia’s mother replied, “Scary, you know. We still have quite a few cases of COVID. But we see those who get vaccinated are not. having such severe symptoms, do not stay in the hospital for that long. “

Wade-Murphy would take this as further confirmation that getting the vaccine is the safest route as another pandemic winter approaches. She expects the strong turnout of the past two weeks to continue on Sunday.

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