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The emergence of a COVID-19 vaccine has created feelings of both relief and concern for residents state-wide. For those in the black community, the apprehension and unease stems from a history of distrust in the medical community, “many of us grew up hearing stories as children about how Black men were left to suffer during the Tuskegee Syphilis Study and, as adults, have lived out our own stories of fighting through disparities to try to get adequate care.”

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