What we've learned after two years of helping New Yorkers get vaccinated
In December of 2020, New York City began administering the very first Covid-19 vaccines. Since then, we’ve been on the front lines making sure our neighbors get their shots. In fact, thousands of New Yorkers turned to Epicenter staff, volunteers and our partners to get vaccinated.
But we realized we could do more. So, in September of 2021 we set up a pop up vaccination site (in partnership with New York City Test and Trace) in Queens Village - one of the city’s most under-vaccinated neighborhoods.
Now, over a year later our team is still distributing doses to neighbors in need.
Today - Epicenter Editorial Manager, Danielle Hyams, and Queens Village site supervisor, Adriana Proano, look back at the different phases of the pandemic and what we’ve learned along the way.
There’s (another) new variant. Here’s what a doctor has to say: https://epicenter-nyc.com/theres-another-new-variant-heres-what-a-doctor-has-to-say/
Epicenter-NYC membership: https://epicenter-nyc.com/the-case-for-epicenter-membership-one-auntie-to-another/
Our intro music: http://karavikamusic.com/