Indigenous community outreach jumpstarted COVID vaccinations. Can it get past a slowdown?

When COVID-19 vaccines first became available in December of 2020, Chuck Hoskin Jr., principal chief of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, knew that he had to do everything he could to get them to the Nation’s citizens — especially fluent speakers of the endangered Cherokee language. Thanks to effective social distancing policies, testing, and contact tracing early in the pandemic, the Cherokee Nation has fared better in the wake of the virus than other tribes…

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Indigenous community outreach jumpstarted COVID vaccinations. Can it get past a slowdown?

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