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California's Indigenous farmworkers struggle with vaccine barriers

November 24, 2021 | 10:53 PM GMT
It's estimated that California is home to over 350,000 Indigenous people from Oaxaca and other states in southern Mexico. Many do not speak Spanish, and therefore are left out of critical information regarding covid-19 and the vaccine. Nonprofits conduct outreach in their native language to get this vulnerable community vaccinated.