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Topic: Domestic Relief

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Administering the COVID-19 Vaccine to Asian American Seniors in Las Vegas

To help older Asian Americans receive the COVID-19 vaccine, doctors from Tzu Chi International Medical Association (TIMA) in Las Vegas worked together with the community to obtain 300 doses of the vaccine. Tzu Chi’s vaccination event was successfully completed in an orderly manner, and in this difficult time, the positive energy and compassion delivered a welcome warmth that soothed the heartache brought forth by COVID-19, enabling residents to feel that hope is indeed still on the horizon.

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Celebrating 10 Years of Love and Care at Tzu Chi’s Wilmington Community Clinic

In 2010, the Tzu Chi Medical Foundation (TCMF) in the United States established a Tzu Chi Community Clinic in Wilmington, CA, adjacent to the Port of Los Angeles. With compassionate outpatient services, medical outreach activities, and food distribution events, the clinic has become like another home for many locals. And ten years after its founding, this home energized by love and care still endures.

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Collaborating to Protect the Navajo Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

As the global outbreak of COVID-19 swept across the United States in the Spring and early Summer of 2020, New York dominated the headlines, having the highest number of confirmed cases. However, the Native American Navajo Nation was also hardest-hit at the same time, with a reported higher infection rate per capita than any other U.S. state in May.

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Tzu Chi Volunteers Nourish Hope for Low-Income Families in Virginia

When a Tzu Chi volunteer in Virginia was notified that a pediatric clinic urgently needed face masks, volunteers immediately delivered PPE to the clinic. Then, when Dr. Nguyen expressed concerns for the clinic’s low-income patients who were struggling with food insecurity due to the pandemic, he and Tzu Chi joined their loving efforts to organize a free food distribution.

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