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Obdachlose in den USA werden gegen Corona geimpft
23.01.21

Obdachlose in den USA werden gegen Corona geimpft

Im US-Bundesstaat Connecticut werden Obdachlose in einer Anlaufstelle gegen das Coronavirus geimpft. Die Leiterin der Einrichtung zeigt sich überwältigt, dass ihren Klienten diese Aufmerksamkeit widerfährt.

SHOTLIST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, UNITED STATESJANUARY 22, 2021SOURCE: AFPTVIMAGES (01:30)1. Mid shot Homeless man getting vaccinated2. Mid shot Homeless man getting vaccinated3. Close-up Homeless man getting vaccinated4. Wide shot Homeless man getting vaccinated5. Mid shot Homeless man getting vaccinated6. Mid shot Homeless man getting vaccinated7. Mid shot man checking in to be vaccinated8. Close-up vaccine syringe9. SOUNDBITE 1 - Ray Glaspie, Homeless man (male, English, 10 sec): 'All I can say is is that Open Hearth has gone above and beyond to keep this community safe and I respect that fact. So if this is what it takes to keep the community safe, I guess I'm in.'10. SOUNDBITE 2 - Austin Anglin, homeless man (male, English, 10 sec): 'We need it. We definitely need it because the epidemic is out there so we got to get everyone in, and we got to do what we got to do. Everybody's got to pitch in.'11. SOUNDBITE 3 - David Knighton, former client and current supervisor at The Open Hearth (male, English, 21 sec): 'I am a former client, now a supervisor. But it was rough the last couple months here. But we managed to maintain and keep going, and we're looking for a little bit of normalcy now with this vaccine. And I just thank everyone.'12. SOUNDBITE 4 - Marilyn Rossetti, executive director of The Open Hearth men's shelter (female, English, 16 sec): 'Oftentimes our community is overlooked, is invisible, and people don’t want to think about it. And for the first time, we are being thought about first. We are receiving something that millions of people want to have. And it just overwhelms me that we are able to do that.'13. SOUNDBITE 5 - Marilyn Rossetti, executive director of The Open Hearth men's shelter (female, English, 8 sec): 'It's close to a miracle. Testing has allowed us to continue our work, vaccinations will take us to the next level.'14. SOUNDBITE 6 - Jeffrey Flaks, president and chief executive officer of Hartford HealthCare (male, English, 14 sec): 'We are going to do 136 people today who are men seeking shelter, who are experiencing homelessness. These people are now going to get that vaccine. We're going to be doing this every day, many times a day, across all of Connecticut.'

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