Students trying to get underserved communities to underperforming Tulsa mass vaccination clinic

TULSA, Okla. — The new federal vaccination clinic in Tulsa is only seeing about 100 or more people each day come in for COVID-19 shots, putting it at risk of changing its operations in the coming weeks.

Siterunners with the Federal Emergency Management Agency say that there is a group trying to change that by educating more people about the opportunity.

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A group of eight college students is going into nearby communities Friday to reach underserved neighborhoods and those living in areas where there may be language barriers to let them know how they can get vaccinated.