Despite outreach, just around a third of the homeless got vaccinated.
Before city officials dismantled the homeless campsite in Minneapolis in January
a former inhabitant moved her possessions.
Since his 82-year-old father died of the virus two years ago
Freddy Toran has been on a mission to urge those living on the streets to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
His story highlights the ongoing difficulty of getting immunizations to hard-to-reach groups.
According to a large new study, vaccination rates among Minnesotans who are homeless
jail are significantly lower than the general population, implying that they are
not receiving equitable access to vaccines despite extensive outreach.
The findings, which were recently published,this week in the journal Health Affairs
Raise new issues about the state's vaccination plan, arguing that more