Every Thursday, Johns Hopkins teams up with the Baltimore City Health Department and the city's chapter of the NAACP to offer free COVID-19 vaccinations at the corner of North Collington Avenue and McElderry Street, behind the Northeast Market. On Thursday, July 29, (from left) Johns Hopkins director of community affairs Michael Preston worked with Baltimore NAACP president Rev. Kobi Little, Johns Hopkins senior project administrator Ben Bigelow, and Baltimore City Health Department chief medical officer Kendra McDow to answer questions about the vaccine and to inoculate as many Baltimoreans as possible.
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