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Clinic hoping to be able help minorities get vaccinated.


The director of the Good Samaritan Clinic says she's working with a River Valley task force and the local health department to bring vaccines to people who need them.


"It would be so fantastic if we had the vaccine for our patients, because it allows us in proximity and a safe environment that they trust and a place they can get to, that most likely, is really close to where they live or work," said Patti Kimbrough.

The nonprofit medical clinic treats an average of 5,000 people a year who live in and around Fort Smith and who are uninsured.


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