Coordination and outreach spur Navajo Nation vaccine success

An article in the Albuquerque Journal highlights the early success of vaccination efforts in Navajo nation, where 98 percent of its allocated vaccines have been administered. The tribal government has utilized drive-through vaccination sites, social media posts and fliers informing Navajo residents where vaccines are available. Additional money available via a Major Disaster Declaration recently signed by President Biden will allow for more personnel and supplies to reach the reservation and continue the effort. The tribal government aims to administer 100,000 COVID-19 vaccines by the end of February and had already reached more than 77,000 by February 9. #covid-19 #racialequity

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