Mobile vaccine clinic comes to Williamsburg to vaccine restaurant workers

A mobile vaccine clinic is in Williamsburg today to vaccinate more restaurant workers.

News 12 Staff

Apr 10, 2021, 1:57 PM

Updated 1,191 days ago


A mobile vaccine clinic was in Williamsburg Saturday to vaccinate more restaurant workers.
The clinic was ready to vaccinate more than 100 restaurant workers who made appointments.
This week, the mobile bus has traveled around the city, stopping in neighborhoods with a lot of restaurants or where a lot of restaurant workers live.
The initiative was made possible through a partnership with the city and the organization ROAR (Restaurants Organization, Advocating and Rebuilding), as well as several others.
Co-founder of ROAR Sean Feeney says they are hoping to vaccinate at least 200 people per day.
The current program is only for restaurant and food delivery workers, and organizers hope to make it easier and more convenient for them to get vaccinated.
The mobile vaccine clinic will be in East Harlem next week, and is expected to make its way to the Bronx.

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