There is certainly no shortage of information and media coverage about COVID-19 these days.  From testing, to becoming infected, to Monoclonal antibody treatment, and so much more. The challenge is knowing what source to go to that can be trusted to be accurate.

Thursday morning at 9 am, Dr. Antonio Crespo, Medical Director with Orlando Health Medical Group Infectious Disease will join Keith Ronan on Positively Osceola’s Daybreak LIVE show on PO’s Facebook page.

They’ll be discussing topics like:

  • Does the vaccine contain COVID-19?
  • If you’ve had COVID-19, do you still need to get vaccinated? 
  • Can you still get infected even if you’ve been vaccinated? 
  • What would you tell someone who’s skeptical since the vaccine was produced so quickly? 
  • With the flu season approaching, can a person get both the flu and COVID-19 vaccines at the same time?
  • Will the COVID-19 vaccine need to be taken yearly, like the flu vaccine?
  • Can you explain the reason for the third-dose booster shot and who’s eligible?
  • Will eligibility change in the future?

Currently, Dr. Crespo serves alongside a dedicated team that has prepared and managed the COVID-19 pandemic for many in the Orlando community. He is familiar with diagnosing and treating deadly, emerging diseases. In May 2014, he helped care for the second case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in the United States as part of the Infectious Disease team. He also was involved in preparing the health system for a potential case of ebola in Central Florida. Board certified in infectious diseases, Dr. Crespo regularly provides expertise in HIV treatment and prevention, management of multidrug-resistant infections, travel-related diseases and chronic viral hepatitis.

Join the conversation at 9 am on Positively Osceola’s Daybreak LIVE on Facebook, and be a part of a discussion with a trusted, experienced, and knowledgeable source… Dr. Antonio Crespo, Medical Director with Orlando Health Medical Group Infectious Disease