Valley Stream, New York 2021-06-14 07:18:15 –
Greenville, South Carolina (WSPA) – Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday as part of a national tour to meet the White House’s goal of vaccinating 70% of American adults by July 4. Visit Greenville in Japan.
Greenville will be the first stop for Harris’ five-state campaign to vaccinate more people.
“The Vice President has reached millions of Americans who are still in need of protection against the virus, emphasizing the ease of vaccination, encouraging vaccination, grassroots vaccine education and outreach activities. Start a national tour to mobilize.
White House spokesperson
White House officials said she would arrive in Upstate around 10 am
After noon, she will speak at the Philis Sweetley Community Center. There, the Greenville NAACP will host a vaccination clinic on Monday night. After that, she will visit the pop-up vaccination site at YMCA in Greenville.
Rev. JM Fleming, Chairman of the NAACP, Greenville, said vaccines are essential, especially for the African-American community.
“We have to do something about it. We have to do more than talk about it, and that’s why we’re here,” said Rev. Fleming. It was.
According to the Greenville NAACP, registration to meet Harris is closed, but you can get the vaccine at the clinic at 40 John Macalorway in Greenville. Business hours are from 5 pm to 7 pm.
The latest DHEC figures show that 38% of adults are fully vaccinated in South Carolina. According to the CDC, the national average for fully vaccinated adults is 43 percent. Currently, the state ranks 42nd in the country in terms of the number of fully vaccinated adults.
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