The COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy Black communities have is warranted. Black healthcare providers have taken on the responsibility to help change it.
“I saw it was being offered in my area and I said, I’m supposed to do this. I decided I had to be part of the solution and not the problem. We have to try to heal America and stop the spread."
Without tens of thousands of volunteers around the world, the US would not currently have two vaccines to battle the coronavirus. These are those volunteers' stories.
As more and more front-line workers are inoculated against the novel coronavirus, the essential work force has stepped up once again to let people know the vaccine is safe.
Doctors from Green Bay-area hospitals endorse safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccine.
This community has been hit hard by the virus. It is also much less likely to trust medical research and the vaccines produced by research.
Two Duke University doctors say that getting the vaccine is safer for Latinos than getting infected with COVID.