Spicer Campaign: ‘We Are Bringing the Vaccine Directly To The People’

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FRAMINGHAM – The City of Framingham and the Spicer administration has not been releasing many details about its COVID vaccine equity program, but the Yvonne Spicer For Framingham’s Facebook account has been very active with photos on the vaccine rollout since this past weekend.

SOURCE asked questions about the program last week, on Saturday, and specifically today, March 29, about the program at the Brazilian American Center (BRACE). The Spicer administration’s response, “We will provide information in our media release this afternoon.”

The City did issue a press release, but never answered most of the questions, including dates and times for future clinics.

Tonight, the Yvonne Spicer’s political campaign Facebook page posted two photos from the Brazilian American Center (BRACE) on Route 135 with the following statement: “We are bringing the vaccine directly to the people with the support of our community partner BRACE.As a part of our equity initiative BRACE has stepped up to ensure that the Brazilian community is accessing and receiving the vaccine. South Framingham partner BRACE is supporting the city’s efforts to ensure every person in Framingham gets a vaccine.#InvestingInOurPeople#RepresentationMatters

The Facebook page is the political campaign page for Yvonne Spicer. The Mayor is up for re-election in November 2021.

The City of Framingham’s official Facebook page posted a video from BRACE today, March 29, in which Mayor Yvonne Spicer asked people to continue to wear a mask and to social distance, as the numbers in Framingham are increasing.

There were more than 100 new COVID cases in the City of Framingham between Friday and today.

Photo courtesy of Mayor Yvonne Spicer’s Facebook page

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