COVID-19 vaccine information for Black and Latino Michiganders: For your health and safety

After everything we’ve been through, we finally have an end in sight: a COVID-19 vaccine. But that vaccine is new, and questions about it are understandable – particularly for those in Black and Brown communities who have been disproportionally impacted. For political and historical reasons, being skeptical and having questions are understandable. Here’s what you need to know when making your decision to be vaccinated.

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