Covid-19 Vaccine Eligibility Expands in Arkansas
Vaccination eligibility now includes all manufacturing facilities, public transport, grocery store workers, those working in meal delivery and postal and package delivery services. Governor Asa Hutchinson has also expanded vaccine eligibility to include people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield launches Vaccinate the Natural State
Vaccinate the Natural State is a combined effort from a diverse set of organizations across every corner of the state – working to encourage all Arkansans to get the COVID-19 vaccine and help end the pandemic.
Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield Kicks Off Vaccinate Natural State
Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield CEO Curtis Barnett and Medical Director for Public Health Programs Dr. Creshelle Nash discuss the “Vaccinate the Natural State” initiative to overcome vaccine hesitancy surrounding COVID-19.
Dr. Creshelle Nash Discusses Vaccinate The Natural State and Health Equity in Arkansas
Interview with Dr. Creshelle Nash, Medical Director for Arkansas Blue Cross.
Arkansas Continues to See Slowdown in COVID-19 Cases
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas on Monday continued seeing a low number of new coronavirus cases after a week of winter weather slowed down testing and vaccinations.
Vaccinate the Natural State initiative aims to encourage and educate Arkansans
Blue Cross Blue Shield, in collaboration with the Arkansas Department of Health, Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care, Arkansas Minority Health Commission, Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce/Associated Industries of Arkansas, Northwest Arkansas Council, UAMS and Walmart, launched the Vaccinate the Natural State initiative today.