Why Puerto Rico Is A Leader In Vaccinating Against COVID-19
Podcast |
Short Wave
Publisher |
NPR
Media Type |
audio
Categories Via RSS |
Astronomy
Daily News
Life Sciences
Nature
News
Science
Publication Date |
Nov 29, 2021
Episode Duration |
00:14:43
Puerto Rico was still recovering from Hurricane Maria and a string of earthquakes when the pandemic started. The island was initially hit hard by COVID-19, but is now is a leader in vaccination rates across the United States. Ciencia Puerto Rico's Mónica Feliú-Mójer explains the cultural factors that may have contributed to the success of Puerto Rico's COVID-19 vaccination efforts.
The cultural factors that may have turned the tide in the Puerto Rico's fight against COVID-19.
Puerto Rico was still recovering from Hurricane Maria and a string of earthquakes when the pandemic started. The island was initially hit hard by COVID-19, but is now is a leader in vaccination rates across the United States. Ciencia Puerto Rico's Mónica Feliú-Mójer explains the cultural factors that may have contributed to the success of Puerto Rico's COVID-19 vaccination efforts.

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