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Samuel J. Simmons NCBA Estates

Joins us in combatting misinformation, hesitation, and confusion about the latest vaccines to protect Older African Americans from three serious viruses: influenza, Covid-19, and RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus)

NCBA applauds your efforts and is honored to join you in this vital mission to safeguard the health, safety and normalcy of older African American lives.

We invite you to watch our brief video and download the free tool kit to use and share as you wish.

Toolkit

We encourage you to download and share any these materials with family, friends, associates, members, and clients

Vaccine Articles, Reports, Helpful Tools

Appointment

pages to simplify arrangements. Version A is for organizations that provide transportation assistance. Version B is for organizations that provide appointment assistance only.

Informative Video

to share or for public presentation, as widely and often as you choose.

Informative Video

to share or for public presentation, as widely and often as you choose.

Infographic

with key information to print and distribute.

Suggestions

for your campaign to educate and encourage vaccine-wary members.

Appointment

pages to simplify arrangements. Version A is for organizations that provide transportation assistance. Version B is for organizations that provide appointment assistance only.

Informative Video

to share or for public presentation, as widely and often as you choose.

Coronavirus in Health Inequities Communities of Color

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JOHN WHYTE: Welcome, everyone. You’re watching “Coronavirus in Context.” I’m Dr. John Whyte, the Chief Medical Officer at WebMD.

COVID has impacted so many aspects of our lives. But today, I want to spend some time talking about how it’s impacted communities of color. So to provide some insight, I’ve asked my friend Karyne Jones. She’s the president and CEO of the National Caucus and Center on Black Aging. Karyne, welcome back............

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