Keeneland and Partners Providing Vaccines to Hispanic Stable Staff

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Keeneland is collaborating with the University of Kentucky and other community partners to provide COVID-19 vaccinations to medically under-served populations, including Hispanic workers in Keeneland's stable area and on local horse farms. In an effort to address access and equity issues with the availability of the vaccine, Keeneland will host a mobile pop-up clinic at the Keene Barn and Entertainment Center this Saturday, Feb. 20, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The goal is to provide vaccines to the Hispanic population in racing's community.

Kentucky's Department of Public Health is allocating 500 vaccine doses at no cost. The clinic will also return to the site for booster shots.

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