MetroHealth Vaccinates Clergy To Prove A Point

(Cleveland) - Tuesday, January 19, is the first day that members of the general public can receive vaccinations for COVID-19. This first week, those 80 and older can receive coronavirus vaccinations.

Because so many people have trepidation about getting vaccinated, MetroHealth Medical Center asked a number of Cleveland clergy members to come in during the past week, roll up their sleeves, and receive shots of the vaccine. MetroHealth put together a video of the event.

The clergy members say they did it because they are hoping for a good future, and they wanted to allay any fears that their congregations would have.

(Photo from screen grab, Courtesy MetroHealth)

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