More than 300 Holocaust survivors get vaccinated against COVID-19 at the Marks JCH

By Max Slutsky
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Through the incredible generosity and partnership of UJA Federation of NY and Mobile Health, Marks JCH  was able to host onsite vaccination with the support and care of our bi-lingual and trusted professionals. For those in our community who experienced the most unimaginable horrors of the past and the deepest limitations of the last year – Thursday was a day of hope on the long journey to recovery. As one of the survivor’s receiving her vaccine at the Marks JCH shared, “during the war you were able to hide somewhere. But now, there is nowhere to hide so the virus catches you wherever you are.” As always, Marks JCH has stepped up to remain the refugee to those in need.

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