Gee's Clippers hosts second vaccine clinic in an effort to vaccinate people in underserved communities
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- For the second week in a row, Gee's Clippers hosted a vaccine clinic with Hayat Pharmacy on Saturday, April 3.
It is an effort to get vaccines to people in the most underserved and vulnerable communities of Milwaukee.
State Representative David Bowen, who is based in Milwaukee, got his vaccine at this clinic.
Good riddens Corona Virus! ? This my revenge for all the lives lost, those severely hurt of Milw, WI & our Nation! Proud of this Gee Clippers Barbershop Partnership for the health of our Black community! ?? #VaccinesSaveLives ?@AnthemInc @MedicalCollege pic.twitter.com/PtfJnAUh4k— Rep. David F. Bowen (@DavidFBowen) April 3, 2021
He used the opportunity to encourage everyone in the Black community to get their vaccine.
"A lot of people are benefiting from the vaccine and understanding the real truth about it and understanding that it's really there for good to make sure that you are not harmed by this virus," Bowen said. "I wanna make sure that folks are being very cautious, being careful, and taking care of themselves and their families so that we can take care of our whole community."
There will be at least tow more vaccine clinics hosted by Gee's Clippers. One of them is on April 10 and the other is April 17.