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Photo ID is Not a Requirement for Vaccine Access

By Rachell Sanchez-SmithArkansascovid.com For many undocumented people without photo identification, receiving the COVID-19 vaccine comes with more obstacles. Undocumented people, particularly in the Latinx community, are wary about getting vaccinated for fear…

Small Arkansas Delta County Leading in Vaccine Effort

By Matthew MooreArkansascovid.com Central Arkansas counties, especially those surrounding the capital city of Little Rock, are leading in the effort to vaccinate residents against COVID-19, especially with the help of online sign-up…

Prairie County Behind Region in Push for COVID-19 Vaccinations

By Caroline Sellers  Arkansascovid.com  Rural Prairie County, east of Little Rock, has one of the lowest vaccination rates in the southeastern region of Arkansas, with just 1,374 people fully vaccinated as of…

Little Rock Pharmacy Looks to Help Reduce COVID-19 Vaccine Waste

By Matthew MooreArkansascovid.com Scheduling an appointment to get the COVID-19 vaccine can be challenging, but one pharmacist in Little Rock is working hard to make it easier than ever. Brittany Marsh, owner…

Little Rock Pharmacy Leads Way in Vaccination Efforts

By Graham SmithsonArkansascovid.com Arkansas vaccine efforts are on an upward trend after recent expansions of COVID-19 vaccination phases. In Little Rock, pharmacies and hospitals are working overtime. Cornerstone Pharmacy at Rodney Parham…

Woodruff County Leading in Northeast Arkansas’ Vaccine Race

By Haley HaleArkansascovid.com Woodruff County reported over 20% of its adult population as fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of April 5, one of the highest vaccination rates in the Arkansas Northeast. Debra…

Little Rock Arena To Host Four Mass Vaccination Clinics

Mass vaccination clinics will be held in Simmons Bank Area. Credit: www.littlerock.com By Ravi BrockArkansascovid.com Little Rock will hold a COVID-19 mass vaccination event on Saturday at the Simmons Arena, the first…

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