Richmond community clinics essential to filling health care gaps among Black, Latino populations get vaccinated

“The time, 12:37 p.m., was scribbled onto a white sticky note that clung to Bri Avendano’s plaid lapel, indicating the end of a required 15-minute wait to gauge any reaction following the first shot against COVID-19.

For months, Avendano had been one of roughly 562 health care workers in Richmond-area community clinics that stabilized a vital medical safety net for Black and Latino populations. Uninsured people. Those experiencing homelessness.”

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