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    Dr. Lissa Barger and Dr. Nessa Meshkaty, Infectious Disease Physicians with Oceanview Medical in Ventura, recently joined Our Ventura TV host Sandra Siepak for a discussion on the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines available in Ventura County.

    They shared more on how the vaccines work, offer protection, their long-term effects, safety and advice during COVID-19. With safety being the priority, Dr. Barger and Dr. Meshkaty also discuss and encourage continued use of masks and social distancing to slow COVID-19’s spread. “Our discussion answers many important questions about the vaccines and how we can all better protect ourselves during the pandemic,” explained host Sandra Siepak.

    The Our Ventura TV interview with Dr. Lissa Barger and Dr. Nessa Meshkaty is available online at www.ourventura.com. Our Ventura TV is an award- winning weekly talk show broadcast on Ventura Cable Channel 6 TV and also published online as well as on social media networks. To become a guest and for more information on the program go to the website and click “contact.”

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    C E Voigtsberger
    C E Voigtsberger
    1 year ago

    I got the first of two in the CoVD series of shots at the fairground today.

    I actually was not looking forward to waiting in line for hours in the rain. I was very pleasantly surprised to be able to just walk into the building as I arrived. No long wait outside in the rain. That was the first of a series of pleasant surprises.

    Everybody appeared to me to be quite knowledgeable about their particular job. Checking in went smoothly and in under ten minutes I was done and escorted to the waiting area to make sure I didn’t have any untoward sequelae from the shot. I possibly could have been done quicker than ten minutes but for some reason these days I am moving a tad slower than formerly. Could it possible because I am now qualified for early inoculation due to my age bracket?

    The whole scenario was very well organized. The staff were all pleasant, attentive and knowledgeable. I would say it was on the whole a pleasant experience except for the shot. I am having a little more soreness than I usually get from a flu shot or tetanus shot.

    I say kudos to whoever with the County Health Department organized the event at the fair ground. Well done. The signage is easy to read so it starts off in the right direction from the get go. Parking is adequate. Everyone on the staff was pleasantly friendly and helpful and knew their job.

    Thank you everybody, for making an otherwise somewhat unpleasant chore as pleasant and efficient as possible. If every government function went as smoothly as the County inoculations at the fairgrounds we would be living in Utopia.

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