New Mexico book club helping thousands of people in their community get vaccinated for COVID-19

A New Mexico book club has shifted gears during the pandemic — helping a huge number of individuals locally get vaccinated for COVID-19, a report said.

The 11-part gathering — called The Fabulous Ladies Book Club — engaged in the exertion when a part’s significant other, Dr. Stephen Rath, opened a vaccine clinic in the town of Ruidoso,report.

Rath began the activity after a state wellbeing department specialist called requesting help.

“She said we didn’t have anyone in Lincoln County that was willing or ready to vaccinate people in general,” Rath told the power source.

“She said they had vaccines to ship off us in the event that we could or were eager to open up a vaccine clinic.”

The book club participate by assisting with advancing the new site.

“It was a ton of attempting to put it out there, contacting individuals we knew, accepting calls from 7 a.m.,” part Alexandra Born told.

“I had individuals messaging me at 11 p.m. We all are attempting to do full positions the whole time,” she said.

The book club’s work didn’t go unnoticed. Subsequent to being included in the media, they got acclaim from previous first lady Michelle Obama.

“The Fabulous Ladies Book Club is an illustration of what is conceivable when individuals meet up to help their local area in the midst of hardship,” Obama tweeted.

“Their mind blowing organizing work has helped such countless individuals in their town get the COVID-19 vaccine. Approach to go, ladies!”