Creativity and trust are hallmarks of a robust effort by churches and their partners to provide vaccinations in communities of color
COVID-19 has hit communities of color hard in New York City. And even since vaccines have become widely available this year, there has been a great deal of hesitation among Black and brown New Yorkers to get it.
“For every 100 people, there are 100 reasons why they are reluctant to get the vaccine. It really comes down to local issues,” said David Gross, the general counsel at Community Healthcare Network, a nonprofit providing access to affordable health care throughout the city.”