Civil and Human Rights Leaders Receive COVID-19 Vaccines
As far back as I can remember I have taken vaccines - before I went to elementary school; before college and for my travels across 141 out of 195 countries. Vaccines have kept me safe for 88 years.”
Ambassador Andrew Young
We are very pleased to welcome former United Nations Ambassador Andrew Young, former United States Secretary of Health and Human Services, and Morehouse School of Medicine Founding President Dr. Louis W. Sullivan, veteran broadcasting executive Xernona Clayton and Major League Baseball home run king Henry "Hank" Aaron to the new Morehouse Healthcare at Lee Street facility.
They are among approximately 24 civil and human rights leaders set to receive COVID-19 vaccinations this morning at the new Morehouse Healthcare at Lee Street starting in just a few minutes. They come together to serve as examples to overcome vaccine hesitancy, particularly among Black people. Watch for much more to come on this exciting story.
Henry "Hank" Louis Aaron Receives COVID-19 Vaccine
Civil and Human Rights Leaders Set to Receive COVID-19 Vaccinations.
Former United Nations Ambassador, former United States Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. Louis W. Sullivan, veteran broadcasting executive Xernona Clayton and Major League Baseball homerun king Hank Aaron are among those set to receive COVID-19 vaccinations at Morehouse School of Medicine, the institution announced today. The event is designed to encourage Black America to get immunized.