Virtual Conversation: Vaccine Expert Panel

02/17/2021 12:00 PM - 01:15 PM MT


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Boise, ID 83702
United States of America



COVID-19 became a common household term approximately a year ago and has since become a central tenet in our lives. We have endured stay at home orders, experienced school closures and online learning, restaurant and bar closures, and unruly protests around wearing masks at our health district meetings. We have watched the death toll across our nation and Idaho rise. 

The New Year has brought two bright spots in the COVID-19 fight. The first is that several vaccines have been approved for distribution, and the second is that our health care providers have gotten better at combating the disease. Vaccinations are underway for health care providers. Plans are being developed to vaccinate the rest of us. Throughout this last difficult year, one thing we have all learned is flexibility. The course of the disease and the treatment has not followed a predictable path because we the public have made many different personal choices to how to live with the virus in our midst. 

City Club of Boise has assembled a panel of expert physicians to discuss the status of COVID-19 in Idaho, prospects of the distribution of the vaccine, and return to normalcy. Join us Wednesday, February 17 at noon for what promises to be a fascinating discussion. 


Moderator: Corey Surber, City Club programs committee member.

Thank you to Ada County Medical Society for sponsoring this program.


City Club thanks our Premier Sponsor, Northwest Nazarene University and the NNU College of Business and the 2021 Forum Series sponsors: AARP of Idaho, Bank of Idaho, Clima-Tech CorporationEchelon GroupMicronPacificSource Health PlansSmall Mine Development, and St. Luke's. We are pleased to welcome university students to attend our events thanks to our University partners Boise State UniversityNorthwest Nazarene University, and University of Idaho. Our media partners include Boise State Public Radio670 KBOI, Idaho Public Television and the Idaho Statesman. This program is made possible in part by a grant from the Idaho Humanities Council, the state-based affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.


If you have any questions, call 208-364-4614 and staff can assist you.