As vaccines became more readily available over the summer, Boulder started hosting mobile vaccine clinics targeting the city’s unhoused residents and communities of color.
These clinics led to 97 doses being administered at the city’s Atrium building near Central Park, more than half of which were given to unsheltered community members. An additional 352 doses were administered at Crest View Elementary School and Orchard Grove mobile home park.
It’s possible this work wouldn’t have happened, or wouldn’t have been as effective, without the city’s racial equity instrument, a six-step process used to make decisions that includes identifying desired outcomes, collecting data and determining who stand
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