Farmworkers in Florida Get Covid-19 Vaccines

For months, young tomato pickers in Immokalee in rural southwest Florida were excluded from Covid-19 vaccination despite being considered essential workers because the state was prioritizing older adults. But in recent weeks, hundreds of doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine have arrived in the fields to inoculate workers who will soon migrate in search of new crops. Valeria Fernández tells us how a community organization secured the aid from health authorities.

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