From the Municipal Housing Authority of the City of Yonkers' press release:
With vaccination rates lagging behind in many communities of color, the Municipal Housing Authority for the City of Yonkers (MHACY) has launched a campaign to allay fears and encourage its residents to get the vaccine.
From the Chicago Tribune:
For the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, dozens of people gathered in the community room at a public housing building for senior citizens in South Chicago.
The room had been turned into a COVID-19 vaccination clinic and each of them patiently waited to get their first dose of the vaccine.
From the St. Paul Public Housing Agency's newsletter:
From ABC News 5 Cleveland:
With Cleveland’s mass vaccine location opening at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center, tens of thousands of Ohioans will have the ability to get vaccinated over the next eight weeks.
The site was chosen because it’s near public transportation but also because it’s relatively close to communities of color which are getting vaccinated at lower rates than white communities across the nation.
Significant racial disparities persist in the vaccine rollout across the D.C. region, despite the fact that Black and Brown communities have borne the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic. Now, after months of navigating complex appointment systems and logistical hurdles, public health officials and community-led groups are trying to correct course on a vaccine distribution process that was not designed for the region’s most marginalized residents.
State Representative Jon Santiago partnered with Dr. Alister Martin, the South End Community Health Center, Mascon Medical, the Boston Housing Authority, Brewster Ambulance, and the Professional Firefighters of Massachusetts to set up pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics aimed at administering vaccinations to the most vulnerable and difficult to access populations in the Commonwealth.
From WMAR Baltimore:
Dozens of people in Baltimore got vaccinated on Friday as the Housing Authority of Baltimore City brought the vaccine to Brooklyn Homes.
They held a clinic for seniors and the disabled. The clinic is the latest in a series to bring vaccinations to housing authority properties.
Organizers say doing so has helped overcome vaccine hesitancy.
From WAVY News Norfolk:
There was a continuous flow of people heading into the community building in the Calvert Square neighborhood of Norfolk Sunday.
All of them were waiting patiently to get their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
“It feels good to get the first one out the way,” said Norfolk resident, Jerry Broadnax.
Dr. Cynthia Romero, the Director of the M. Foscue Brock Institute for Community and Global Health at EVMS, was helping out.