Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa announced Wednesday a partnership with a handful of the area’s higher-education institutions to create listening sessions and educational materials to help address concerns of vaccine access and hesitancies in the city. The partnership with Morgan State University, the Maryland Institute College of Art Center for Social Design and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s International Vaccine Access Center has formed committees focused on the specific concerns of various groups, including residents who are older, homeless, disabled or pregnant, as well as the city’s immigrant, Latino and Orthodox Jewish communities. The first listening sessions are scheduled for Friday.
Baltimore City partners with higher-education institution to address coronavirus vaccine hesitancy, outreach
February 11, 2021