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Working in Clark County: Dr. Kristin Lottig, pediatrician at Kaiser

By Lyndsey Hewitt, Columbian Staff writer, news assistant
Published: June 12, 2021, 6:03am
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Dr. Kristin Lottig, a pediatrician at Kaiser Permanente's Salmon Creek Clinic, has been combatting misinformation about vaccines during the COVID-19 pandemic. "I try to support them with the facts and acknowledging that there is a lot of unknowns, more unknowns than most times but overall it's a safe and effective vaccine, and I wouldn't be recommending it if I wasn't giving it to my children too," she said.
Dr. Kristin Lottig, a pediatrician at Kaiser Permanente's Salmon Creek Clinic, has been combatting misinformation about vaccines during the COVID-19 pandemic. "I try to support them with the facts and acknowledging that there is a lot of unknowns, more unknowns than most times but overall it's a safe and effective vaccine, and I wouldn't be recommending it if I wasn't giving it to my children too," she said. (Taylor Balkom/for The Columbian) (taylor balkom for The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Pediatrician Dr. Kristin Lottig has been busy over the last year assuaging concerns from parents during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The concerns run the gamut — but lately, parents are asking about the risks and benefits of vaccination.

Pfizer, Moderna and the Johnson & Johnson vaccines have been proven to be effective in helping to stop the spread of the virus while also protecting individuals from severe illness.

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Columbian Staff writer, news assistant