Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long, is also a public health nurse and has administered hundreds if not thousands of vaccination shots to Delawareans throughout the pandemic.
WILMINGTON (DE) BY GEORGE SHEA: Delaware’s Lt. Governor Bethany Hall Long held a COVID-19 vaccination event at the Woodlawn Park in the city of Wilmington Saturday afternoon.
It was also Wilmington’s Family Fun Day with the Latin American Community, bringing two events as one so the whole community could have an opportunity to get vaccinated and have fun at the same time.
Councilwoman Maria Cabrera also was present, alongside many other dignitaries such as Majority Whip Senator Elizabeth Lockman, Representative Sherry Dorsey Walker, Mayor Mike Purzycki, and City of Wilmington President Ernesto Congo, Wilmington City Council.
Thanks to the awesome volunteers at Westside Family Healthcare who have spent a tremendous amount of hours throughout the pandemic administering the vaccine to thousands of Delawareans in the city of Wilmington. The volunteers worked alongside Hall-Long throughout the day.
Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long, is also a public health nurse and has administered hundreds if not thousands of vaccination shots to Delawareans throughout the pandemic. Her vaccination efforts is one of her latest effort to make Delaware a stronger and healthier state.
“As we know working with Community partners is critical to distributing the vaccine as far and wide and equitably as we can.,” said Lt. Governor Bethany Hall Long.