As demand for the COVID-19 vaccine lags, the St. Louis Regional Health Commission (RHC) is working alongside community partners to reduce gaps in access.

Transportation obstacles, registration requirements, and lack of interpretation services, are all creating access barriers for St. Louis residents. Riisa Rawlins-Easley, Chief of Staff for the RHC, spoke with the Missouri Independent to share more on the RHC’s recent efforts.

“What we lack is a real centralized, coordinated approach to ensuring that the supply is matched well with folks who are interested.”

Riisa Rawlins-Easley, Chief of Staff, RHC

Read the full article by the Missouri Independent here and visit to see how the RHC is supporting improved access.

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