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A DOCTOR'S MISSION: Dr. Ala Stanford, a Philadelphia doctor who helped thousands underserved get tested at the start of the pandemic, is now helping the hard-hit Black community get vaccinated. @LinseyDavis  reports. #AmericaStrong 

Once again, it is Dr. Ala Stanford to the rescue, this time confronting Philadelphia’s vaccine inequities head on.

Dr. Ala Stanford And The Women Who, Ages 50 And Over, Are Leading The Fight Against Covid

I want to once again express my gratitude to our honorees – Glynis Johns, Justan Parker Fields and Dr. Ala Stanford – for their leadership and their contributions to our Commonwealth, and to Lynne Hayes-Freeland of KDKA for hosting this year’s celebration.

Kathrin Jansen, Dolly Parton, Dr. Ala Stanford, Katalin Karikó -- Forbes' @RandallLane  joined @morningmika  and @_DaniPaz_  on t #MorningJoe  discuss the incredible women over 50 saving the world from COVID-19. READ MORE:

Meet Dr. Ala Stanford and the women who, ages 50 and over, are leading the fight against Covid: by @mcgrathmag 

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Tomorrow, I invite you to join me in celebrating #BlackHistoryMonth  at a virtual event held in honor of three extraordinary Pennsylvania leaders: Glynis Johns, Justan Parker Fields and Dr. Ala Stanford.

Ala Stanford of the Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium said last week's vaccine clinic was a success, with "room for improvement." She is already working with the city on how to plan for future 24-hour vaccination sites.

Throughout #BlackHistoryMonth  I'll be honoring leaders creating change in the Commonwealth. Today’s spotlight is Dr. Ala Stanford, Founder and CEO, Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium@alastanford 

Dr. Ala Stanford, the leader of the Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium, says more and more people are visiting her vaccine clinics who are not from the neighborhoods her group is designed to help. Now she wants them to stop. @DannyEFreeman  has the details.

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The city of Philadelphia has cut ties with a Covid-19 vaccine startup after its CEO was accused of taking doses home, and now Dr. Ala Stanford of the Black Doctors Covid-19 Consortium is now being considered to take over the city-wide vaccination efforts.

The city of Philadelphia has cut ties with a Covid-19 vaccine startup after its CEO was accused of taking doses home, and now Dr. Ala Stanford of the Black Doctors Covid-19 Consortium is now being considered to take over the city-wide vaccination efforts.

Philadelphia surgeon Dr. Ala Stanford offers free Covid-19 testing after learning people of color were struggling to get diagnosed. “When there’s no cure, the most important thing we have is testing and contact tracing,” she said.

Dr. Ala Stanford opens a COVID-19 vaccination clinic to reach underserved communities: “Over 5,000 people have signed up, primarily African Americans … you don’t have to reinvent the wheel. Send the National Guard to help us ... support what is working."

One reason Covid-19 has hit Black Americans so hard is testing, said Black Doctors Covid-19 Consortium founder Dr. Ala Stanford. "It has to do with access, particularly when African Americans were being turned away from testing, at work even." #CNNTownHall 

As Covid-19 cases skyrocket around the nation, Dr. Ala Stanford continues her fight to provide free testing to communities of color.

One reason Covid-19 has hit Black Americans so hard is testing, said Black Doctors Covid-19 Consortium founder Dr. Ala Stanford. "It has to do with access, particularly when African Americans were being turned away from testing, at work even." #CNNTownHall 

One reason Covid-19 has hit Black Americans so hard is testing, said Black Doctors Covid-19 Consortium founder Dr. Ala Stanford. "It has to do with access, particularly when African Americans were being turned away from testing, at work even." #CNNTownHall 

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Dr. Ala Stanford of the Black Doctors Covid-19 Consortium join @andersoncooper  and @drsanjaygupta  for a new CNN Global Town Hall, "Coronavirus: Facts and Fears." Watch: Tweet questions: Updates: #CNNTownHall 

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