Tyler Greer

Tyler Greer

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Immunity levels are keeping state case levels manageable for now, but the current vaccination rate will not end COVID and likely will lead to continued outbreaks.
The perseverance of students, faculty and staff and their dedication to the institution’s vision, mission and values “have been extraordinary.”
The COVID-19 pandemic has interrupted delivery of key health services for children and adolescents, including HPV vaccination for cancer prevention.
UAB’s Sarah Nafziger, M.D., encourages those who have not received their COVID-19 vaccination to get it now before UAB’s sites close.
UAB has removed all barriers for vaccine administration with no appointments needed at any of its four community vaccination sites.
Alabamians can now schedule their date, time and location for their vaccinations through UAB at uabmedicinevaccine.org.
To date, 43 percent of vaccine doses administered by UAB have gone to underrepresented communities, with almost 30 percent to Black Alabamians.
UAB vaccine demographic numbers holding steady as Center Point vaccination site preps for Friday, March 19, opening.
To date, 33 percent of vaccine doses administered by UAB have gone to underrepresented communities, with almost 21 percent to Black Alabamians.
UAB will now operate three community vaccination sites — two downtown and one in Hoover — in an effort to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine to more people.
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