Stay Well

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The Stay Well Vaccine events are designed to bring health related resources to Black communities across the country. The W. Montague Cobb/NMA Health Institute has partnered with local health agencies and community-based organizations in select cities to continue to educate Black communities while assisting to make vaccine resources more accessible.

These fairs feature local trusted Black healthcare professionals in panel discussions on the continued impact of COVID-19, the vaccines and the emerging variants. A myriad of FREE resources is also available including COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots, shingles vaccines, flu shots, health screenings, and well-living information.

Living a healthy lifestyle is one of the factors that we can each control in preventing disease.

Join us for upcoming events in Atlanta (GA), New Orleans (LA), Columbia (SC), Savannah (GA) and Miami (FL). For more details see below schedule of events!

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The 2023 Events will be announced soon! Check back here later for updates.

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The W. Montague Cobb/National Medical Association (NMA) Health Institute (The Cobb Institute), a 501(c)(3) in Washington, DC, functions as a national consortium of scholars that engages in innovative research and knowledge dissemination for the reduction and elimination of racial and ethnic health disparities and racism in medicine.  |  Read More


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The Cobb Institute Stay Well Community Health Fair, in partnership with the We Can Do This campaign and several community partners.

“Free health screenings, opportunities to get the vaccine, giveaways and a lot more!”

- Fox30 Action News Jax

“Resources and information about the science behind COVID-19 vaccines and testing will be provided as well as free testing and vaccinations.”

-CBS 42

“Besides getting vaccinated, organizers say it will also be an opportunity to learn about your health and ask questions.”

- WBRC Fox 6 News


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