With the president's expansions of the Affordable Care Act, nearly 730,000 uninsured Latinos in the US, many of them in Florida, will be newly eligible to save money on healthcare coverage.
“A vaccine that’s inexpensive, that’s a single dose, and that has no cold-chain requirements—that's pretty good,” said Dr. Anthony Fauci.
At least three cases of the easily spread variant are confirmed. Experts encourage people to continue with safety measures and the vaccination process.
The speaker of the local House of Representatives wants the United States Department of Justice to address a court case that affects over 300,000 Puerto Ricans residing on the island who do not receive the supplementary benefit.
With some Latinos still on the fence about the COVID-19 vaccine, we need more Latino healthcare professionals who can reassure the community that the vaccine is safe.
Most of the COVID-19 vaccines being rolled out around the world train the body to recognize that spike protein and fight it.
"Immigrants shouldn't have to risk their lives for citizenship. But it's telling that for the US even doing that isn't enough," immigration nonprofit said.