OKLAHOMA CITY -- State Rep. Monroe Nichols, D-Tulsa, released the following statement in response to the White House’s announcement that FEMA will partner with local and state agencies to open a vaccination center at Tulsa Community College Northeast Campus on Wednesday, April 21.
TCC’s Northeast Campus is located in House District 72, which Nichols represents.
“Before he was elected, President Biden said he would prioritize getting the vaccine to every American,” Nichols said in a legislative press release, send to CapitolBeatOK.com, The City Sentinel newspaper, and other news organizations.
“This center is an opportunity for Oklahoma, and especially Tulsa, to expedite our COVID pandemic recovery. I appreciate the work done by our state health department and our local Tulsa County Health Department to get us to this point, and I am thankful for President Biden’s continued leadership and vision to end this pandemic in America.
“Now it’s up to us to protect ourselves and others by getting vaccinated.”
State Rep. Monroe Nichols praises President Biden, encourages Tulsans to get vaccinated
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