Alaska health care officials address vaccine concerns in Black and Indigenous communities

To defeat COVID-19, Alaska needs to vaccinate as many residents as possible. But how do concerns about the vaccine affect the success of that mission? Some people have declined getting the shot, and health care providers recognize that’s a problem. Alaska Public Media’s Adelyn Baxter has this look at how they’re addressing those fears with facts and direct outreach. 

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