San Diego (KUSI) – San Diego Black Nurse Association For over 40 years, we have provided medical services to address the medical inequality of poorly serviced communities of all ethnic groups in San Diego.
Currently, they are working on vaccine hesitation in the San Diego black community.
“The hesitations, especially those associated with African Americans, are very profitable because they relate to the history of vaccines in the country,” explained Samantha Gamblefer, president of the San Diego Black Nurses Association. Vaccination with these vaccines is important to us as it is associated with the overall result that people who have been vaccinated do not die as a result of COVID-19. “
Samantha Gambler, President of the San Diego Black Nurses Association, joined KUSI to discuss with the association how they are working to avoid vaccines in the black community here in San Diego.
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