Many unvaccinated people are not opposed to getting a shot. The challenge is trying to get it to them. | The Washington Post

By Meryl Kornfield
September 23, 2021

Yolanda Orosco-Arellano decided she would get the coronavirus vaccine long before it became available. But securing an appointment for it was less straightforward.

The hotel housekeeper and mother of four worried about her anemia, a risk factor for severe illness from the virus. But Orosco-Arellano doesn’t have a car and needed a vaccination slot scheduled around her shifts at the hotel.


Source: Unvaccinated but willing: The group volunteers and clinics hope to vaccinate against coronavirus | The Washington Post

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