Boyle Heights community clinic only gets 100 vaccines for its 12,000 patients

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Miguel Angel Murcia said he would have been content to get his COVID-19 vaccine at Dodger Stadium’s mass drive-through vaccination site.

But the 75-year-old doesn’t drive. He doesn’t have family nearby. And he doesn’t have internet access.

So instead Murcia relied on persistence — repeatedly phoning the staff at Clínica Monseñor Romero in Boyle Heights where he’s been a patient for more than a decade.

“When will you have the vaccine available?” he asked.

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