D.C. officers knock on doorways to achieve seniors amid push for vaccine fairness
By Julie Zauzmer, Hannah Natanson and Rebecca Tan
D.C. officers have a brand new tactic of their push to vaccinate residents in neighborhoods hit hardest the coronavirus, whereas officers throughout the Washington area on Thursday continued to handle the continued fallout from the pandemic.
Making certain that the restricted provide of vaccine doses is being distributed equitably amongst residents has been a key focus for elected officers throughout the area. Fairfax County is providing free transportation to vaccination websites for some residents who stay farther away. Montgomery County is prioritizing residents from Zip codes with excessive an infection charges.
The District on Thursday introduced its latest technique to achieve residents: knocking on their entrance doorways.