Mobile Health and Wellness Project: A Binational Collaboration of Frontline Health Services to the Latino Population in the United States in Times of COVID-19
Highlights the activities and initial outcomes of the education and vaccination efforts provided by the Mobile Health and Wellness project focused on Latino, immigrant, and rural communities in the U.S. to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Preventive health services were offered to Latinx populations in areas with limited access to health services, and provided via mobile health vehicles operated by the US-Mexico Border Health Commission (Mexico Section) along with Alianza Americas, Latino Commission on AIDS, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Cecilia B. Rosales, Hilda Dávila Chávez, Michael A. Flynn, et al.
Frontiers in Public Health, 10
COVID-19 · Hispanic or Latino · Infectious diseases · Mobile and episodic healthcare delivery · Population health · Statistics and data · U.S.-Mexico Border Region · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention