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Are ya ready? It's time to shift gears away from the "panic" and stats as we progress toward what's going to be done in Muskegon to help reach those who've not been able to get to a vaccine if they want one or to help clarify what's available and where and to what age groups.

With that, our most humble thanks to Kathy Moore who's been here weekly, almost without fail, for over a year informing the entire community. If you agree or disagree with Kathy, her dedication through this has been nothing short of heroic and she deserves every accolade possible.

With that, welcome Christine Robere from the United Way of the Lakeshore who's here today to talk about some people who may have had a hard time getting to a vaccine clinic and what's available to them through 211. She's also here to talk about the age groups that vaccines are open to, the ease of access at pretty much any pharmacy now and how the United Way is looking for help in forming ideas for pop up clinics, volunteers that are needed in specific areas and how you can engage if you'd like.

The messaging has thankfully shifted, but we know how to take care of one another better than anyone in Muskegon and we're proud to help share the news.  For more information on how you can help the United Way or connect with Mask up Muskegon, click on their links by using the photos below.

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