How two women helped 94% of an Alabama town get COVID vaccines

“The Panola Project” is a short documentary by Rachael DeCruz and Jeremy S. Levine. It tells the story of Dorothy Oliver and Drucilla Russ Jackson and their efforts to bring vaccines to Panola, a small rural town of about 400 people in Sumter County. Those efforts have led to 94% of the town’s almost 400 residents being vaccinated, despite having no dedicated vaccination center.
— Read on www.al.com/news/2021/08/panola-project-tells-story-of-womens-efforts-that-led-to-94-of-alabama-town-being-vaccinated.html

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