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University Health partnered with TACC and Westside CAN Center to provide Covid-19 Moderna booster vaccine to seniors of the Westside.

On Wednesday December 8th from 9 am to 12 noon, University Health (formerly Truman Medical Center) partnered with Tony Aguirre CC and Westside CAN center to provide Covid-19 Moderna booster vaccine to seniors of the Westside.
“We are so grateful with Tony Aguirre Community Center that continues supporting these clinic days in the Westside and also grateful with Westside Neighborhood Association, Westside North Association, Irene Ruiz Library and KCPD officers Salzman and Villalobos, the City of KCMO and Jackson County Outside Agencies that helped us to reach the community and to the senior that six months ago received the Moderna vaccine”. Commented Jorge Coromac Director of the Westside CAN Center.
“University Health had been a great partner thru all this time with education, testing, vaccines and now offering the booster vaccines for the seniors and continues making accessible 1st and/or 2nd Covid-19 vaccines. It is imperative that each neighbor proactively participates in these vaccination campaigns for the wellbeing of each one, their families and their community”, concluded Coromac.
Participants arrived as early as 8:45 am and they expressed deepest gratitude to all organizations that coordinated this vaccination day in the heart of the Westside.

University Health se asoció con TACC y Westside CAN Center para dar la vacuna de refuerzo contra el Covid-19 a las personas mayores del Westside

El miércoles 8 de diciembre de 9 am a 12 del mediodía, University Health (anteriormente Truman Medical Center) se asoció con Tony Aguirre CC y el centro Westside CAN para dar la vacuna de refuerzo contra el Covid-19 de Moderna a las personas mayores del Westside.
“Estamos muy agradecidos con Tony Aguirre Community Center que continúa apoyando estos días de clínicas en Westside y también agradecidos con Westside Neighborhood Association, Westside North Association, Irene Ruiz Library y los oficiales de KCPD Salzman y Villalobos, la ciudad de KCMO y las agencias externas del condado de Jackson, que nos ayudaron a llegar a la comunidad y a las personas mayores que hace seis meses recibieron la vacuna de Moderna”, dijo Jorge Coromac, director del Westside CAN Center.
“University Health ha sido un gran socio durante todo este tiempo con educación, pruebas, vacunas y ahora ofrece las vacunas de refuerzo para las personas mayores y continúa haciendo accesibles las primeras y/o segundas vacunas contra el Covid-19. Es imperativo que cada vecino participe de manera proactiva en estas campañas de vacunación por el bienestar de cada uno, su familia y su comunidad”, concluyó Coromac.
Los participantes llegaron a las 8:45 am y expresaron su más profundo agradecimiento a todas las organizaciones que coordinaron este día de vacunación en el corazón del Westside.


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