Mandel School’s David Miller shares why disparity exists between Black and white Cuyahoga Country residents who get the COVID-19 vaccine

Continued disparity for receiving COVID-19 vaccine between Black and white Cuyahoga County residents is from hesitancy, knowledge, access barriers

cleveland.com: David Miller, an associate professor at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, offered his perspective on why such a disparity exists between Black and white Cuyahoga County residents who get the COVID-19 vaccine. Black residents who already received their shots play an important role in convincing others to do the same, he said.