Health care professionals led by Rutgers University‒Camden are making it more convenient for Camden County residents to stay healthy by offering COVID-19 vaccinations where people live, play, and worship. Led by Kevin Emmons of the Rutgers School of Nursing‒Camden, the program targets vulnerable populations that do not have access to vaccines, and aims to educate people who are hesitant about getting a vaccine. Team members are going door-to-door in communities where vaccination rates are low. During immunization events at churches, playgrounds, and parks, Rutgers–Camden nursing students administer the shots to people who cannot get to a vaccination site. Nursing students also answer questions about the vaccine and address fears and uncertainties about the safety and efficacy of the vaccine. To read the full story.