Not all Asian Americans are being vaccinated at high rates. A Chinatown clinic shows why

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Published on 22 Apr 2021, 14:30
Sissy Trinh has mixed emotions as she closes out the final stretch of the pop-up mobile vaccination clinic in Chinatown Los Angeles.  When she started Southeast Asian Community Alliance, she never thought her youth organization would have to aid the city's vaccination efforts in the overlooked and underserved communities living in Chinatown.  She and Los Angeles Times utility journalism reporter Ada Tseng discuss the challenges of getting people to understand that Asian Americans, who have the largest disparities in education and income, are an underserved community.

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