“We are confident by not requiring an appointment and by going into communities with our mobile unit, we will make access more just for our low-income and homeless neighbors.” “We intend to provide similar increases in vaccine equity for all races and ethnicities,” the release states. “We also know that folks who are low-income and who don’t have access to the internet have not had equal access to vaccine opportunities thus far.
For more information, contact Executive Director Shelly Dierking with St. Benedict Health & Healing Ministry at 303-669-2700 or visit the ministry’s website at stbenedicthealthandhealing.org. According to a news release from St. Benedict Health & Healing Ministry, it purchased a mobile clinic unit after hosting a virtual event and can now travel to area cities to ensure everyone has equal access to the COVID-19 vaccine.
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