COVID-19: Questions & Answers with Dr. Lorne Farovitch in American Sign Language Get your COVID-19 questions answered by a Deaf infectious disease epidemiologist and learn how to stay safe and healthy during this pandemic. Sunday, March 14, 2021 Pacific Time: 2:30-3:30 PM Mountain Time: 3:30 - 4:30 PM Central Time: 4:30-5:30 PM Eastern Time: 5:30-6:30 PM EVERYONE WELCOME. Location: Zoom REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/ASLQA Sponsored by the Deaf Queer Resource Center *** Have questions about COVID-19? Is it safe to get vaccinated? Does it matter which vaccine you get? Are there any known risks to getting more than one kind of vaccine? Do the vaccines protect you from the new COVID-19 strains? After being vaccinated, do you still need to wear a mask? How much longer do you think the pandemic will last? Can you get sick from take-out food? Can your dog catch COVID-19? What can you do to protect yourself and prevent the spread of this disease? How can we protect others and ourselves if we don't know who is infected? Are all face masks equally effective against the virus? Come and get the latest information and your questions answered in ASL. *** This event will be conducted in American Sign Language. If additional access accommodations are needed, please contact DQRC at deafqueer@gmail.com by March 9th and we’ll do all we can to make it happen! *** About Lorne Dr. Lorne Farovitch, who is Deaf and bisexual, is an infectious disease epidemiologist. He has a PhD in Translational Biomedical Science from the University of Rochester and currently resides in New York City. *** [image: a photo of a hand (wearing a blue disposable glove) holding a bottle of “Coronavirus COVID-19 Vaccination / 500 mg / 10 ml” against a red background. There are illustrations that represent the virus in the background. Text on the image: “COVID-19: Q&A with Lorne Farovitch". DQRC's "super" logo is shown at the bottom.]

COVID-19 Questions & Answers in ASL with Dr. Lorne Farovitch

COVID-19: Questions & Answers with Dr. Lorne Farovitch in American Sign Language Get your COVID-19 questions answered by a Deaf infectious disease epidemiologist and learn how to stay safe and healthy during this pandemic. Sunday, March 14, 2021 Pacific Time: 2:30-3:30 PM Mountain Time: 3:30 - 4:30 PM Central Time: 4:30-5:30 PM Eastern Time: 5:30-6:30 PM EVERYONE WELCOME. Location: Zoom REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/ASLQA Sponsored by the Deaf Queer Resource Center *** Have questions about COVID-19? Is it safe to get vaccinated? Does it matter which vaccine you get? Are there any known risks to getting more than one kind of vaccine? Do the vaccines protect you from the new COVID-19 strains? After being vaccinated, do you still need to wear a mask? How much longer do you think the pandemic will last? Can you get sick from take-out food? Can your dog catch COVID-19? What can you do to protect yourself and prevent the spread of this disease? How can we protect others and ourselves if we don't know who is infected? Are all face masks equally effective against the virus? Come and get the latest information and your questions answered in ASL. *** This event will be conducted in American Sign Language. If additional access accommodations are needed, please contact DQRC at deafqueer@gmail.com by March 9th and we’ll do all we can to make it happen! *** About Lorne Dr. Lorne Farovitch, who is Deaf and bisexual, is an infectious disease epidemiologist. He has a PhD in Translational Biomedical Science from the University of Rochester and currently resides in New York City. *** [image: a photo of a hand (wearing a blue disposable glove) holding a bottle of “Coronavirus COVID-19 Vaccination / 500 mg / 10 ml” against a red background. There are illustrations that represent the virus in the background. Text on the image: “COVID-19: Q&A with Lorne Farovitch". DQRC's "super" logo is shown at the bottom.]
COVID-19: Questions & Answers
with Dr. Lorne Farovitch
in American Sign Language
Get your COVID-19 questions answered by a Deaf infectious disease epidemiologist and learn how to stay safe and healthy during this pandemic.
Sunday, March 14, 2021
Pacific Time: 2:30-3:30 PM
Mountain Time: 3:30 – 4:30 PM
Central Time: 4:30-5:30 PM
Eastern Time: 5:30-6:30 PM
EVERYONE WELCOME.
Location: Zoom
REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/ASLQA
Sponsored by the Deaf Queer Resource Center
***
Have questions about COVID-19? Is it safe to get vaccinated? Does it matter which vaccine you get? Are there any known risks to getting more than one kind of vaccine? Do the vaccines protect you from the new COVID-19 strains? After being vaccinated, do you still need to wear a mask? How much longer do you think the pandemic will last? Can you get sick from take-out food? Can your dog catch COVID-19? What can you do to protect yourself and prevent the spread of this disease? How can we protect others and ourselves if we don’t know who is infected? Are all face masks equally effective against the virus?
Come and get the latest information and your questions answered in ASL.
***
This event will be conducted in American Sign Language. If additional access accommodations are needed, please contact DQRC at deafqueer@gmail.com by March 9th and we’ll do all we can to make it happen!
***
About Lorne
Dr. Lorne Farovitch, who is Deaf and bisexual, is an infectious disease epidemiologist. He has a PhD in Translational Biomedical Science from the University of Rochester and currently resides in New York City.
***
[image: a photo of a hand (wearing a blue disposable glove) holding a bottle of “Coronavirus COVID-19 Vaccination / 500 mg / 10 ml” against a red background. There are illustrations that represent the virus in the background. Text on the image: “COVID-19: Q&A with Lorne Farovitch”. DQRC’s “super” logo is shown at the bottom.]
COVID-19: Questions & Answers
with Dr. Lorne Farovitch
in American Sign Language
Get your COVID-19 questions answered by a Deaf infectious disease epidemiologist and learn how to stay safe and healthy during this pandemic.
Sunday, March 14, 2021
Pacific Time: 2:30-3:30 PM
Mountain Time: 3:30 – 4:30 PM
Central Time: 4:30-5:30 PM
Eastern Time: 5:30-6:30 PM
EVERYONE WELCOME.
Location: Zoom
REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/ASLQA
Sponsored by the Deaf Queer Resource Center
***
Have questions about COVID-19? Is it safe to get vaccinated? Does it matter which vaccine you get? Are there any known risks to getting more than one kind of vaccine? Do the vaccines protect you from the new COVID-19 strains? After being vaccinated, do you still need to wear a mask? How much longer do you think the pandemic will last? Can you get sick from take-out food? Can your dog catch COVID-19? What can you do to protect yourself and prevent the spread of this disease? How can we protect others and ourselves if we don’t know who is infected? Are all face masks equally effective against the virus?
Come and get the latest information and your questions answered in ASL.
***
This event will be conducted in American Sign Language. If additional access accommodations are needed, please contact DQRC at deafqueer@gmail.com by March 9th and we’ll do all we can to make it happen!
***
About Lorne
Dr. Lorne Farovitch, who is Deaf and bisexual, is an infectious disease epidemiologist. He has a PhD in Translational Biomedical Science from the University of Rochester and currently resides in New York City.
***
[image: a photo of a hand (wearing a blue disposable glove) holding a bottle of “Coronavirus COVID-19 Vaccination / 500 mg / 10 ml” against a red background. There are illustrations that represent the virus in the background. Text on the image: “COVID-19: Q&A with Lorne Farovitch”. DQRC’s “super” logo is shown at the bottom.]

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