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Shingles in the COVID-19 Era: Increasing Shingles Vaccine Uptake—Audio Recap

What are the barriers to shingles vaccination? What strategies are known to be effective at increasing routine vaccine uptake? Listen to expert insights from Dalilah Restrepo, MD, on shingles vaccination and how healthcare professionals can help their patients catch up on vaccinations delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Dalilah Restrepo, MD
Released: December 14, 2021

In this episode, Dalilah Restrepo, MD, discusses barriers to shingles vaccination and strategies to increase routine vaccine uptake in the COVID-19 era.

Using the latest data and expert guidance, this podcast covers topics such as:

  • Shingles disease burden and increasing incidence over time
  • Decline in shingles vaccination rates in the COVID-19 era
  • National Vaccine Advisory Committee standards of care
  • CDC guidance catching up after RZV dosing delays
  • Strategies to increase shingles vaccine uptake

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Faculty

Dalilah Restrepo, MD

Infectious Diseases Specialist
Fountain Valley Hospital
Fountain Valley, California

Dalilah Restrepo, MD, has no relevant conflicts of interest to report.

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