From the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention:
From the El Paso Times:
The Housing Authority of the City of El Paso distributed 850 COVID-19 vaccines to elderly residents on Friday.
Along with the HACEP, the doses were made possible in collaboration with University Medical Center, Amistad, El Paso County Coliseum, El Paso County, and County Judge Ricardo Samaniego.
From TAP Into Paterson:
"In a continuing effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, healthcare professionals from CVS/Omnicare will be at senior housing sites to vaccinate Paterson Housing Authority (PHA) residents against the virus in the coming weeks.
From KSAT San Antonio:
Vinsen Faris, CEO of Meals on Wheels San Antonio, says he’s already started getting calls from seniors grateful for the chance to get their COVID-19 shots without leaving home.
“This is one of the first in the nation to actually knock on the doors, get inside the house and do the inoculation there in the home,” Faris said.
Mayor Brandon Scott and the Baltimore City of Information and Technology (BCIT) partnered with ewaste recycling org PCs for People to donate more than 900 laptops to residents of Baltimore.
With the partnership, which was detailed Tuesday, city government is teaming with a digital inclusion nonprofit to get computer equipment to low-income families in the city at a time when access to devices is crucial for distance learning and remote work.