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Elodie Reed
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VPR
Farm workers are among the communities in Vermont that may face obstacles to accessing a COVID-19 vaccine — due to language barriers, long work hours or not having reliable transportation.With the help of community health partners, however, more than 1,500 farm workers in Vermont have gotten shots. But while the pandemic stretches on, the need for improved health care for farm workers continues.
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