“This age group will be able to spend holidays with friends and family more safely than they have been able to since the start of the pandemic,” said Dr. Jennifer Shu.
Lalo Alcaraz is part of a COVID Latino project with a goal of using art and social media to disseminate information – and counter misinformation – about COVID-19.
The Salvadoran American first launched Knock and Drop Iowa, which delivers food to Latino families. Now she’s making sure they are getting the COVID-19 vaccine too.
A 22-year-old has already won a $1 million lottery just for getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
“For those having trouble finding a location or making an appointment, we’re going to make it easier than ever,” President Joe Biden.
Los hispanohablantes de Arizona pueden llamar a esta línea directa para programar una cita para vacunarse
La vacuna se ofrece sin costo alguno a todos en Arizona, sin importar si se tiene seguro médico o su estatus migratorio.
Vaccines are being offered at no cost to everyone in Arizona, regardless of health insurance or immigration status.
“Las personas tienen que alzar su voz y pelear por sus derechos, porque los tenemos. La vacuna está disponible para todos”, dijo Graciela Araujo.
“Stay there, and ask for an explanation,” Graciela Araujo said. “People have to speak up and fight for their rights because we do have rights here. The vaccine is available for everyone—for everyone.”
The National Latino Evangelical Coalition’s priority is to make sure Latinos understand the difference between COVID disinformation and facts.