Erika Marquez In The News

Las Vegas Sun
Early in the COVID-19 vaccination drive, socioeconomic barriers — access to health care providers, online-only scheduling, and skepticism — hampered the efforts of Las Vegas health officials to get more minorities vaccinated.
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‘The Pandemic Stops with Me’ webinar covered the importance of the COVID-19 vaccine, why minority communities are hesitant to get vaccinated, and how the community can do its part to stop the spread of the virus.
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Everyone deserves an equal chance to get a COVID-19 vaccine. But some communities, like Latinos, don’t have as much access or information about the vaccine or are hesitant to get vaccinated.
Washoe County Health District shared demographic data with CapRadio News about who has received the COVID-19 vaccine so far.
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As the COVID-19 vaccine rollout continues in the State of Nevada, one major concern on the minds of state leaders is equity. Health advocates are now working to tackle the issue in Clark County.
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Nevada is rolling out the second doses of COVID-19 vaccines to frontline workers and residents over 70 years old.
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Although it will be at least a couple of months before the general public gets the COVID-19 vaccine, efforts are being made in Nevada to make sure everyone is educated when it comes to getting the vaccine.
Las Vegas: Community advocates and health officials are working to engage with the state’s diverse communities and reach out in Spanish and other languages as Nevada lays plans for mass coronavirus vaccinations.