To vaccinate thousands, NC turns to volunteers
The COVID-19 vaccine effort runs on volunteers. Getting diverse volunteers is both a challenge and a priority.
By Hannah Critchfield
For a rollout large enough to combat the novel coronavirus pandemic, you need volunteers. A lot of them.
Getting shots into millions of arms requires boots on the ground, and to vaccinate a majority of North Carolina’s population – who reside in a nation already experiencing a shortage of health care workers – the state has/providers have turned to members of the public who are willing to lend a helping hand.