Door knocking works to get information to immigrant communities. Why aren’t more places using it for Covid-19?

WASHINGTON — Kica Matos wants to knock on every single door in her neighborhood. But this isn’t a run-of-the-mill political effort: She’s using the canvassing playbook to sign people up for Covid-19 vaccine appointments.

So far, Matos and a team of other volunteers and community organizers have secured vaccine appointments for over 5,000 people in Fair Haven, a predominantly Black and Latino neighborhood in New Haven, Conn.

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