Baton Rouge nurse recognized by Governor, Mayor for vaccination efforts
BATON ROUGE - Nurse Carla Brown was recognized Tuesday by Gov. John Bel Edwards and East Baton Rouge Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broom for her efforts in fighting COVID-19.
After her husband passed away from COVID, Brown traveled door to door giving COVID vaccinations. Nurse Brown vaccinated more than 2,000 people.
Louisiana Healthcare Connections presented Nurse Brown with a $25,000 honorarium in recognition of her fight against COVID.
Nurse Brown made it her concern to vaccinate underserved communities.
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