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Dr. Saima Siddiqui, chief for Urgent Care for DCSM, receiving her vaccine from nurse Corie Robinson
Nurse Sally Sanu-Bing, Clinical Operations Manager for Advanced Urgent Care at Capitol Hill Medical Center, receiving her vaccine from nurse Corie Robinson
With Christmas spirit hopping to influence my friends and family to get the shot when available for all. #IGotTheShot
Nora Tatiana Mercado, RPSGT With Christmas spirit, hopping to influence friend and family to get the shot when available for all. #IGotTheShot
Karen Orren, Ob/Gyn CA from Manassas MOB, I got my vaccine for my kids- one of which has a bicuspid aortic valve and will need surgery in the next 1-2 years.
(Ana Harden, CA/ Woodbridge IM/FP) The main reason for getting the vaccine is to show that someone with CHF/Diabetes can benefit by getting the COVID-19 Vaccine.
Malika Evans, Director of Consumer Experience & HIMS receiving COVID vaccine from Colleen Byram, Employee Health Nurse As an African American woman, I know that there is a ton of apprehension surrounding getting the vaccine and I have had too many conversations to count with loved ones on whether to get the vaccine or not. Ultimately, I respect that getting vaccinated is decision that every individual must make based on their beliefs. For me, I decided to get vaccinated for my children, family, friends, team, and co-workers. We have all felt the impact of this unprecedented pandemic- some more than others. We cannot deny the profound impact of this pandemic on all level of society and the availability of a vaccine is a relief and source of optimism. It provides an opportunity to get back to some sense of normalcy. I choose science over fear and I hope that we swiftly get to a place where the vaccine will be made available to everyone and we all do our part to fight this pandemic together.
Jeannette Di Giulian, RN –I did it for my family–we want our life back and this is a simple step in the right direction! As sole provider, I owe it to my kids and mother to ensure I take every step possible to fight this hideous virus that cost us so much already.
Alia, RN Not a bad way to end 2020 by receiving my COVID vaccine to protect myself and others from the virus.
To protect myself, my family at home and at work. stop the spread of this deadly pandemic so we can save life together.
Amy Brady, RN getting vaccine to protect my family and staff and to set a good example.
Marilu Christian, Lead RN @ Fredericksburg Ob/GYN clinic
Kacy Chongasing, COM. I got the shot for my son, my at risk parents and grandmother, my family and friends.
Happy Day!!! Getting the vaccine for myself, my family, my colleagues, my community, my country and my world.
Mandeep Kaur, CRNA Protecting my family & friends, and our community.
Susan Buckley, RN, MSN. At-risk as a cancer survivor, and want to gain credibility when encouraging others to be vaccinated.
Viviana Durham PSR , Because I want to get protect to protect my kids
Clara Mendez I got my vaccine to protect my self and my family.
Lawrence Hamilton, Chief Operating Officer. I want to do my part to keep our communities & each other safe, & I want to encourage us all to get vaccinated.
As a screener at a couple of our facilities, I was worried about being a carrier, or a victim of the virus. Wanting to keep my family, friends, and neighbors safe, and not get the COVID-19 virus myself, I was excited to get the vaccine today. #KPProud #IGotTheVaccine
Yesenia Salas, RN, Reston OB/GYN. I did it for my kids and family.
I got the shot for myself, family, friends, co-workers and our members.
I did it for me and you!!! Because vaccine’s saves lives!!!!
Healthy 2021 here we come!
Michael Fisseha: one way to end the COVID pandemic.
Rachel Fisher, RN- Gaithersburg Internal Medicine I got it for myself, my baby and my family!
Lena Hershkovitz, MPH, in the observation room at Tyson’s Corner. I got the vaccine so that our communities are protected.
Lauren Fahrney, RN Getting my vaccine to protect my 4 month old daughter and so that she can eventually travel to see her 6 month and 8 month old cousins/her aunts and uncles in FL and GA that she has never met.
#igottheshot to be able to see my family and to keep our communities safe!
I was the first in my immediate family to get the first COVID vaccine to increase their confidence in the safety of the vaccine. Since getting my first shot, my family members who were eligible including my dad and my sister have received their first shot too!