Portland, Oregon 2021-09-22 22:34:10 –
KOIN, Oregon — Governor Brown visited the Forest Grove Vaccine Clinic on Wednesday to praise the clinic’s efforts to bridge the vaccination fairness gap.
The governor stopped by a mobile vaccination clinic at Forest Grove Farmers Market, run by Adelante Mujeres. She has been joined by representatives of Washington County and Adelante. According to Brown’s office, the clinic is an example of the county’s efforts to reach Latino, Latino, Latino, and color communities.
“Vaccination is our way out of this pandemic. Community partnerships such as between Washington County and Adelante Mujeres increase vaccination rates, black, indigenous, Latin, Latino, Latin, It’s the key to bridging the vaccination fairness gap in Asian, Pacific Islands, tribes, and color communities, “said Governor Brown. .. “I would like to thank Chair Harrington, everyone in Washington County Public Health, and Adelante Mujeres for giving us the opportunity to see their extraordinary work in person. They are working with us. Evidence that the spread of COVID-19 can be stopped when reaching people in the community. “
Earlier this week, Washington County reached 80% of the state’s first vaccinated population. Brown’s office said on Wednesday that the county is currently vaccination of more than 81% of adults.
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