Dr. Jeffrey Kopin: ‘From real life experience, it’s looking like the vaccines even prevent asymptomatic infection’

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LOUISVILLE, KY – APRIL 02: Kimberly Dozier receives her COVID-19 vaccine from a nurse under a basketball goal in the gymnasium at Whitney M. Young Elementary School on April 2, 2021 in Louisville, Kentucky. The elementary school opened on Good Friday, located in the West End of Louisville, an area comprising primarily African American neighborhoods, in an effort to encourage Black residents to receive their COVID-19 vaccination. (Photo by Jon Cherry/Getty Images)

Dr. Jeffrey Kopin, chief medical officer for Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital, joins Anna to talk about the latest news surrounding the Pfizer vaccine for adolescents, how well the vaccines have been at preventing serious illness and death, the continued struggle dealing with vaccine hesitancy, and if giving two doses of different COVID-19 vaccines could boost immune response.

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