From WAVY News Norfolk:
There was a continuous flow of people heading into the community building in the Calvert Square neighborhood of Norfolk Sunday.
All of them were waiting patiently to get their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
“It feels good to get the first one out the way,” said Norfolk resident, Jerry Broadnax.
Dr. Cynthia Romero, the Director of the M. Foscue Brock Institute for Community and Global Health at EVMS, was helping out.
She says this vaccine clinic was a major partnership between the Hague Pharmacy at CHKD and EVMS as well as the Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority.
Hague Pharmacy officials says they filled 1,300 appointments Sunday.
Read WAVY News Norfolk's article "About 1,300 Norfolk residents get vaccinated at clinic in Calvert Square neighborhood," featuring the Norfolk Redevelopment & Housing Authority.