Rate Of Second Vaccine Doses In Boston's Homeless Community Higher Than Expected

Lynn Jolicoeur, WBUR

"Seventy-seven percent of guests who were due for their second doses have received them so far, which is really astounding. It's much higher than what we had anticipated," De Las Nueces said, adding that staff has also begun vaccinating eligible patients who are living on the street, or who are housed but still receiving care from the organization.