Elliott’s children live in Trinidad, and she wants to travel there to see them. Her friend shared a phone number to make an appointment, echoing others at the site on Wednesday who heard about the event through word of mouth, the news, or Twitter accounts advertising vaccine appointments.

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Members of the public are seen queuing outside the Medgar Evers mass vaccination site in Brooklyn on February 24th, 2021. Phyllis Elliott, a home health aide who lives in Crown Heights, was thrilled to line up on the opening day of the large-scale COVID-19 vaccine site at Medgar Evers […]








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  1. Thank you for bringing this to our area.
    Signed up the national guard and staff couldn’t be nice enough.
    #grateful

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