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Only a united front can  defeat COVID
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Editorial
Only a united front can defeat COVID
What kind of people are unwilling to risk a mild case of discomfort rather than the horrid death that more than 600,000 in America have already suffered?
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Student artists' mural celebrates vaccine milestone at Reggie Lewis Center
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Arts & Culture
Student artists' mural celebrates vaccine milestone at Reggie Lewis Center
In celebration of administering 100,000 COVID-19 vaccine shots at the Reggie Lewis Center in Roxbury, CIC Health commissioned a mural by two Roxbury Community College student artists.
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It’s your turn!
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It’s your turn!
If you’re over the age of 16 and you live, work or study in Massachusetts, you can get now get a COVID-19 vaccine.
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Dispelling the vaccine hesitancy myth
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Covid19
Dispelling the vaccine hesitancy myth
When the emergency vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna started making the rounds, so did sensational headlines about how the Black community wouldn’t take it. Discussion arose among the medical community on how to convince Black people to get the vaccine, and organizations in Boston mobilized to get the community to the mass vaccination site at the Reggie Lewis Center.
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Stan McLaren: an example to the community
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Covid19
Stan McLaren: an example to the community
Stan McLaren is used to being the first. He is the first born, the first in his family to go to college. It was only fitting then that he was the first at the Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
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Covid19
It’s your turn: Who is eligible for the vaccine, and when
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The immune system: The body’s natural protection
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Covid19
The immune system: The body’s natural protection
Your immune system is on constant guard looking for intruders — something that should not be there. It can distinguish between normal, healthy cells and unhealthy cells. When it detects an outsider — bacteria or a virus, for example — it readies forces to eradicate it. What’s even better, it can often remember. If the virus tries to enter again, its entry is blocked.
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The push for vaccination
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Covid19
The push for vaccination
They call her the “vaccine evangelist.” It’s a moniker that Dr. Sabrina Assoumou bears with pride. Assoumou is an infectious disease physician at Boston Medical Center and assistant professor of medicine at Boston University School of Medicine.
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Should I Get the Vaccine?
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Covid19
Should I Get the Vaccine?
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Black doctors command mass vaccination site
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Local News
Black doctors command mass vaccination site
The Black Boston COVID-19 Coalition took over the Reggie Lewis Center mass vaccination site over the weekend, with Black volunteers, doctors and greeters to encourage the community to get vaccinated against the virus.
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Challenges facing Hub vaccine effort
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Local News
Challenges facing Hub vaccine effort
Elected officials and public health experts were sharply critical of the Baker administration’s initial roll-out of vaccine sites last week, with none located in the Black community where people have been hit the hardest by COVID-19 in Boston. But skepticism among community members could be an even greater factor inhibiting the dose rollout.
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High-risk adults now eligible for vaccination
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Local News
High-risk adults now eligible for vaccination
Elders living in public and private subsidized housing have been moved up in phase two of the state’s vaccination plan to fight against COVID-19.
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