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The News & Observer featured UNC Health’s new mobile vaccination effort in the Triangle.

“As COVID-19 vaccination clinics go, the one in a church parking lot down a side street in Selma on Wednesday was a modest affair. Over six hours, 50 people with appointments received their first dose of the Moderna vaccine as they sat in their cars. But it was the location and the way people learned about the event that set it apart.

“This was UNC Health’s first mobile vaccination clinic, held at an African-American church in a Johnston County town where Blacks and Hispanics account for the majority of the population.”