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The city has partnered with nearly 40 groups in a widespread effort to boost the number of people vaccinated against COVID-19.
A public health campaign to encourage vaccine acceptance called Get Vaccinated Worcester is going into effect, focused on direct outreach by health care providers and community-based organizations to educate those hesitant to get vaccinated.
The city of Worcester’s Division of Public Health collaborated with the Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts, which provided $100,000 to the campaign, and the Meyers Primary Care Institute, as well as 32 community-based nonprofit organizations and five medical providers to design and implement the campaign.
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