Dr Ramos on the types of hesitancies she’s seeing in her work, and how she respondsUpdated: April 28th, 2021
Dr Diana Ramos, Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor at Keck USC School of Medicine and a Volunteer spokesperson on behalf of American Medical Association tells patients, “It’s ok to be hesitant, but it’s most important to be informed. The vaccines available help protect against hospitalisations which is the most serious complication that we worry about.”
Hear more from her in her video interview with Global Citizen.
Dr Ramos is part of the Ad Council’s It’s Up To You campaign. View more facts at GetVaccineAnswers.org