Tidewell Hospice and NAACP Partner to Provide COVID Vaccine to Underserved Populations

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SRQ DAILY WEDNESDAY PHILANTHROPY EDITION WEDNESDAY APR 7, 2021

Tidewell Hospice and the Sarasota Chapter of the NAACP have teamed up to make sure the vital COVID-19 vaccine reaches at-risk and underserved populations. The community partners have scheduled four vaccine clinics in predominantly African-American neighborhoods in Sarasota. About 200 people, registered through the NAACP, will receive a first dose of the Moderna vaccine at each of the first two clinics. First shots: Saturday, April 10 at Light of the World Int’l Church (3809 Chapel Drive, Sarasota) and Wednesday, April 14 at Bethlehem Baptist Church (1680 18th St., Sarasota). Second shots: Saturday, May 8 at Light of the World Int’l Church (3809 Chapel Drive, Sarasota) and Wednesday, May 12 at Bethlehem Baptist Church (1680 18th St., Sarasota).

 

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