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Latino immigrants need vaccines – and aren’t getting them. Here’s why | Kathleen Page, Alicia Fernández and Zackary Berger

Vaccine hesitancy among immigrant communities and people of color is a genuine issue. But the larger problem isn’t hesitancy – it’s access

The 9pm text said: “Muchas gracias doctora por la oportunidad de recibir la vacuna de Covid.” (Thank you doctor for the opportunity to receive the Covid vaccine.)

After a long week helping 125 low-income Latino immigrants find their way to a mass vaccination site, it felt good. But we also knew that at that pace, it would take years to protect everyone at risk.

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