DCHA Works with Johns Hopkins Medicine to Vaccinate Senior Residents

Date Published: 
February 24th, 2021

From the District of Columbia Housing Authority's press release:

District of Columbia Housing Authority (DCHA) Executive Director Tyrone Garrett is proud to be working with Johns Hopkins Health System (JHSS) and Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM), thanks to its partnership with D.C. Department of Health, successfully completing the first three weeks of the pilot program vaccinating senior citizens living in DCHA properties. 

“Johns Hopkins Medicine’s vaccinators have visited several of our senior properties to administer the first doses of the life-saving COVID-19 vaccine, helping to protect our most vulnerable residents,” said DCHA Executive Director Tyrone Garrett. “The excellent quality of care and compassion JHM’s team have shown to our seniors is beyond compare. The clinics are set up in a safe, efficient, and socially distanced manner. Any and all questions from residents are answered with patience and smiles.”

Read DCHA's press release.

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