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Black and Hispanic Communities Grapple With Vaccine Misinformation | The New York Times

On an unseasonably warm day in February, two men working with a local community group went door to door in an ethnically diverse neighborhood to persuade people to sign up for Covid-19 vaccinations.

It was just after 11 a.m. when they encountered the first person reluctant to get a shot. Two doors down and 30 minutes later, it happened again. For nearly an hour, they stood on a front lawn with George Rodriguez, 67, chatting about the neighborhood, the pandemic and the available vaccines.

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Source: Black and Hispanic Communities Grapple With Vaccine Misinformation | The New York Times

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