(but lose the politics.)
COVID 3.0: Clearing up COVID confusion
Are you confused about the changing COVID-19 information? As experts have learned more about the virus, recommendations and guidelines have evolved. Join former Tallahassee Democrat Publisher Skip Foster as he asks Dr. Andrea Friall and Dr. Dean Watson the questions you really need answered about this pandemic.
View the slides referred to in the program:
Leon County Daily New Coronavirus Cases
Leon County Current Hospitalizations
Leon County deaths by age
Types of Testing
Former Tallahassee Democrat Publisher is back on December 11 at 1 p.m. for a follow-up conversation about where we are in this crisis now as a community. The program is brought to you by Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare, in partnership with the Tallahassee Democrat and The Village Square.
Are you confused about the changing COVID-19 information? As experts have learned more about the virus, recommendations and guidelines have evolved. Join former Tallahassee Democrat Publisher Skip Foster as he asks Dr. Andrea Friall and Dr. Dean Watson the questions you really need answered about this pandemic. Learn more about the current recommendations, how our community is faring and what a safe holiday season looks like.
Read about this program in the Tallahassee Democrat here.
Programming during the pandemic is made possible by a recovery grant from the Knight Foundation, through the Community Foundation of North Florida and a CARES grant from Florida Humanities with the support of National Endowment for the Humanities. We are deeply grateful for their support.
MEET OUR PANELISTS
Facilitated by Skip Foster, former Publisher of the Tallahassee Democrat
Joining the conversation:
Dr. Andrea Friall, Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare
Dr. Andrea Friall is the Chief Medical Officer for Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare and a medical doctor specializing in obstetrics and gynecology at North Florida Women’s Healthcare. She earned her medical degree from Howard University and conducted her residency at Tulane University. Dr. Friall has been with North Florida Women’s Care since 2001 and is currently an Associate Clinical Professor for the Florida State University College of Medicine OB/GYN Clerkship.
Dr. Dean Watson, Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare and Capital Health Plan
Dr. Dean Watson is the Chief Integration Officer for Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare and Capital Health Plan and a medical doctor specializing in internal medicine. He earned his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine and is board certified in Internal Medicine. Dr. Watson has been with Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare since 1995 and was the original Education Director for Internal Medicine at Florida State University College of Medicine.