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Seldom does a vaccine researcher’s job include calling city hall, big-box stores like Walmart and Target, and the US Postal Service. But Ann Falsey, MD, had those tasks on her to-do list in June as she prepared to recruit volunteers to test potential vaccines for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Falsey, of the University of Rochester School of Medicine, hoped large employers in her area would publicize vaccine trials to their essential workers, many of whom are Black or Hispanic.
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“We are thinking very hard about not only how to get a diverse population that reflects the US population but also people at high risk—postal workers, home health workers, you name it,” she said.
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