Black communities in Mississippi still have low coronavirus vaccination rates

Health officials say the disparity in coronavirus vaccinations among African Americans stems from two major causes; too few doses in Black communities, and distrust in the vaccine. During a virtual COVID-19 town hall hosted by Jackson State University, Mississippi’s Second District Congressman Bennie Thompson says distrust in the vaccine is not as much of an issue as it once was. MPB, Read More.

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