New York drives Corona vaccinations in buses in the poorer quarters

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You can see in the Video: In New York, tours Corona-Impfbusse by the poorer parts of the city.

If people do not come to the vaccine, the vaccine to the people. In New York, the first mobile COVID since Wednesday-19-Impfkliniken on-the-go. Each Impfbus can accommodate up to six people at once, around 200 people are daily been vaccinated. The authorities want to start with the buses, especially in the poorer areas of the city. And so people that were previously overlooked. Giovanni Martinez is one of the organizers: “All creative people have done here together to find a way to bring vaccines directly into the neighborhoods where they are most needed. And in order to get the vaccine in the arms. Because vaccines are the way to New York to bring back our beloved city. In addition, there are areas in which people may not be able to travel so much, where the resources are a bit limited. Communities in which there is also mistrust. We want to show that vaccines will come to you. And confidence in the efficacy and safety of vaccines, Wake. In this case, in particular, for Johnson & Johnson.” In the first weeks of the Impfbusaktion especially the restaurant staff, and suppliers should be vaccinated. Many of you have no papers. The information about the vaccinations will be offered in 12 languages. In Brooklyn, the offer was accepted well. There, people stood in line to get an appointment.

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