Stockton, CA – Across the state and nation, significant progress has been made in the effort to increase COVID-19 vaccination rates. However, health disparities within communities have made it challenging to equitably reach some among our diverse population, resulting in a growing gap in vaccination rates for Latino Americans.
That’s why Congressman Jerry McNerney (CA-09) will hold a virtual town hall on Tuesday, April 20th from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM to discuss how these disparities have impacted the Latino community, and to answer questions about COVID-19 and the available vaccines.
The Congressman will be joined by special guests Dr. Hector Bonilla, Associate Professor of Medicine and Infectious Disease at Stanford University, Jose R. Rodriguez, President & CEO of El Concilio, and Juan Francisco Prieto, California Human Development.
What: Rep. Jerry McNerney Hosts Conversation on COVID-19 and Health Disparities in the Latino Community
When: Tuesday, April 20 at 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. PT
- Dr. Hector Bonilla, Associate Professor of Medicine and Infectious Disease at Stanford University
- Jose R. Rodriguez, President & CEO of El Concilio
- Juan Francisco Prieto, California Human Development
To join online:
To join by phone:
- Dial-in: (669) 900-6833
- Webinar ID: 892 8327 3152
- Passcode: 730833
Participants can join via phone or by using the webinar link above and can submit questions in advance here.
Rep. Jerry McNerney proudly serves the constituents of California’s 9th Congressional District that includes portions of San Joaquin, Contra Costa, and Sacramento Counties. For more information on Rep. McNerney’s work, follow him on Facebook and on Twitter @RepMcNerney.