Darcie Bye receives her COVID-19 vaccination at  Catholic Community Services’ Bridge Shelter in Seattle on Wednesday. Bye said she was nervous about getting the vaccine, but decided to take it after a shelter staffer talked with her about the opportunity. (Erika Schultz / The Seattle Times)
Darcie Bye receives her COVID-19 vaccination at Catholic Community Services’ Bridge Shelter in Seattle on Wednesday. Bye said she was nervous about getting the vaccine, but decided to take it after a shelter staffer talked with her about the opportunity. (Erika Schultz / The Seattle Times)
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Johnson & Johnson suspension forces homeless nonprofits to rethink vaccine plan for people living outdoors

While King County homeless vaccination clinics are continuing as planned this week, the statewide Johnson & Johnson pause complicates immunizing homeless people outside of the shelter system who live in tents and vehicles. Updated

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