The vaccine rollout has been slow and complicated, but you can help…

Here’s how people are volunteering.

For several hours on Tuesday, Nina Shapiro chatted with people who had just gotten a coronavirus vaccine.

Shapiro, a surgeon and professor in the Department of Head and Neck Surgery at UCLA, was volunteering at a mass drive-through vaccination site in Los Angeles County, assessing patients for at least 15 minutes after they received their shots to ensure they felt okay.

Patients waited in their cars, and Shapiro was one of the volunteers watching for any adverse reactions. She said she talked to people about their experience and heard them describe immense relief in finally getting a vaccine. They talked about their concerns, and she helped pass the time….



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