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The Los Angeles County Development Authority, in partnership with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and local organizations, has provided more than 1,300 COVID-19 vaccines to residents at 13 public housing communities.
Collectively, the partnerships helped address low vaccination numbers and high infection disparities among disadvantaged populations by supplying public housing communities with onsite vaccination clinics. The effort started in February for senior public housing residents, and extended to other residents as eligibility expanded.
“Thanks to our committed partners, we are proud to acknowledge that our efforts have contributed toward the milestone of more than 50% of Los Angeles County residents, 16 years of age and older, being fully vaccinated,” LACDA Executive Director Emilio Salas said.
Partners such as HOPE Community Church and Medical Mission Adventures helped with grassroot efforts to raise awareness.
For information, visit lacda.org.
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