On a recent morning in Camden, it took hours to vaccinate just 25 people in a makeshift clinic on the ground floor of an apartment building. To Kevin Emmons of Rutgers University-Camden School of Nursing, who organized the clinic in Mickle Towers, that session was a success. Emmons and his team started hosting pop-up vaccine clinics with the Camden County health department in housing complexes last month. Planning begins long before shots go into arms. Armed with lunch for residents, they offer information about vaccines in the community room, then go door-to-door asking if there’s anyone who is elderly, homebound, or without internet access who would like to get the vaccine. They return on another day to administer one-shot doses of Johnson & Johnson to those who signed up. To read the full story.