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Ask 10: Your COVID-19 vaccine questions answered

We are working for you to answer any questions you may have

Ask 10: Annie Schroeder answers questions viewers have about the COVID-19 vaccine

ROANOKE, Va – 10 News wants to answer your questions related to COVID-19 restrictions or the COVID-19 vaccine.

Some of the questions we got include:

As part of our continuing coverage for National Vaccine Day, we are working for you to answer any questions the public might have about the vaccine.

If I recently had COVID-19 and still have antibodies, should I still wear a mask? How long should I wait until I get a vaccine?

Answer: “We don’t know how long natural immunity from the COVID virus lasts. The best protection for everyone is to get the COVID vaccine,” said Christie Wills with the Roanoke City Alleghany Health District.

We're working for you on this Day of Action to answer your commonly asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.

Are you required to wear masks at places of worship?

Answer: The decision to require masks during worship services is ultimately up to the place of worship.

Will businesses, if they desire, be able to still require masks? Are educational institutions any different?

Answer: “Businesses may still choose to require in their establishments, and masks will still be required in schools,” said Virginia Governor Ralph Northam.

If you have any questions you would like us to get the answers to, you can look for the Ask 10 tab here on WSLS.com


About the Author:

Annie Schroeder joined the 10 News team as a reporter in June 2020 and is no stranger to Southwest Virginia.