Act of Kindness from Sarah

I wanted to share a COVID act of kindness. My sister, Christa, is currently home with three young children (toddler, Kindergarten, grade 3) and both of the older children are in school online. So you can imagine how hard it is to manage two young children on online school and a toddler.

However, she has dedicated hours and hours to finding ways that family members who are at increased risk can get the COVID vaccine. She was able to help our parents, her husband who is a teacher, and is currently working to help my grandmother. Because of her research skills and tenacity in looking for appointments for people across various states, more people have been able to be vaccinated. Additionally, her research has informed friends and acquaintances in places to sign up and be vaccinated.


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