Summit Community Care Clinic Administers First Round of COVID19 Vaccines

Jan 20, 2021 -- Posted by : admin

Article by the Summit Daily News

On Friday, Jan. 8, Cowie, who is the chief medical officer at the Summit Community Care Clinic, got to vaccinate some of her 70-and-older patients against COVID-19 for the first time. The clinic is the first medical facility outside of grocery store pharmacies and the Summit County Public Health Department to vaccinate the community.

“It’s been so hard for so many of our patients,” Cowie said about the pandemic. “Life here in Summit is already really difficult for so many people, and throwing this on top of it has been a real struggle. Being able to vaccinate our patients and the wider community against this virus feels like a literal shot of hope.”

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