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Do I need a vaccine if I've had COVID-19? A doctor explains

With two viable vaccines for COVID-19, people are finding a lot of hope — and maybe that they have some questions, too.

Dr. Iahn Gonsenhauser, chief quality and patient safety officer at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, talks about whether you should receive a vaccine if you have been exposed to or had COVID-19.

Also, if you’re thinking that a mask is a substitute for the vaccine, Gonsenhauser explains why you may need to consider a different strategy to keep yourself and those around you safe.