Updates from the LATIN-19 community; Agenda for 6/30
Updates from the LATIN-19 community; Agenda for 6/30

Current Facts and Figures

  • Number of vaccines given at LATIN-19 clinics — 11,035
  • Percentage of NC population at least partially vaccinated — 55%
  • Percentage of people partially vaccinated in NC who identify as Latinx — 8%
  • Hispanic population in NC — 9.8%
  • Percentage of Hispanic COVID-19 cases in NC — 20%

Agenda for 6.30.21

1. NC Representative Zack Hawkin
2. Jonathan N. Livingston Ph.D., Professor Department of Psychology, North Carolina Central University: Use of ethnodramas to promote health
3. Updates from the LATIN-19 Executive Team 
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Upcoming Vaccination Events
  • July 11, 12 - 3:30 p.m. | Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Durham
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News and Announcements

Vaccine Appointments and Walk-Ins

We're working to support mobile clinics across the Triangle. You can view our spreadsheet to see upcoming vaccine clinics for the Latina community. You are welcome to share this resource with others. If you would like to add a clinic, please submit the information to hola@latin19.org

Future of Tech Commission Town Hall: A Public Discussion on Leveraging Technology to Accelerate Innovation in Health Systems (Virtual Event)

Tuesday, June 29, 2:30 - 4 p.m. | Join Online 
In this town hall, sponsored by Duke Health and UNC Health, we’ll be discussing how federal policy, state policy, and public-private partnership opportunities can support advancing innovations in health to create pathways to opportunity and economic security. Topics will include addressing health equity, social determinants of health, and incentives for increased innovation.

COVID-19 Community Boot Camp: Talking to Your Friends and Family

Bootcamp Sessions: Tuesday June 29 and Thursday July 1, 6 - 8 p.m.
Wake County Community Outreach and Engagement team is offering a new training for the community. Session 1 will cover basic information about COVID-19 and Vaccines. Session 2 will cover adoption of information and techniques for community implementation.

Open Positions
Director, Division of Child and Family Well-Being | NC DHHS | View the Job Description
Family Engagement Coordinator | Student U in Durham | Apply Online or view the job description in Spanish 
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