INDIANAPOLIS — A community on the northeast side of Indianapolis came together Saturday to get hundreds of neighbors vaccinated against COVID-19.
LaShawnda Bell, a certified medical assistant, said she lost count of how many vaccines she has put in Hoosier arms since the roll-out began.
“Oh, goodness gracious, I couldn’t even tell you,” Bell said. “There’s just so many that come in and it’s hundreds a day. It’s hundreds a day.”
And Saturday’s pop-up vaccination clinic at Kipp Legacy High School in the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood added to her total.
LeRoy Seats Jr. was one of around 350 people who got the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
“There’s too many people dying for no reason. That’s why I’m here,” Seats Jr. said. “If you want to live, you better get this shot.”
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