When COVID-19 vaccines began arriving in Memphis, Tenn., late last year, some Black residents had questions. Did the vaccines cause infertility? Did they alter... More Blacks and Latinos embracing vaccination

When COVID-19 vaccines began arriving in Memphis, Tenn., late last year, some Black residents had questions. Did the vaccines cause infertility? Did they alter a person’s DNA?¬†They don’t. And local community leaders worked hard to counter these and other vaccine myths as they came up in public forums around town or appeared online.


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