Tonight, we heard about how one community health center in Boston has made sure testing and other resources are available to communities hit hardest by the pandemic.

Dr. Holly Oh, chief medical officer for Roxbury's Dimock Center, says the center provides their care in an array of languages so patients can trust the help they're receiving. She says these language services have even been enlisted by the state's contact tracing program to get necessary info out to residents in their preferred language.

Oh added that this commitment to culturally competent care will help Dimock, as well as other community health centers, reach and vaccinate under-served populations in the state.

"I think community health centers as trusted healthcare providers for these communities are going to play a really critical role in raising education, awareness, providing a trusted place where families and patients can come and ask their questions," said Oh. "Community health centers are going to play a really critical role in gaining the trust, I think, of communities of color with regards to this vaccine and accepting this vaccine."

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