Milwaukee, Wis., June 14, 2022 — Molina Healthcare of Wisconsin, in collaboration with the Milwaukee Health Department, held a vaccine clinic to address low COVID-19 vaccine participation among minority populations. Molina offered $100 Visa gift cards for those receiving their first or second dose and a $50 card for those receiving their booster.
The Wisconsin Department of Health reports that only 40% of Black residents are fully vaccinated. Wisconsin ranks in the middle of all U.S. states and territories for the amount of people who are fully vaccinated, accorded to the Centers for Disease Control. To date, a third of Wisconsinites still aren’t fully vaccinated.
More than 120 people received vaccines at the event, with Molina distributing more than $10,000 in gift cards.
About The MolinaCares Accord:
Established by Molina Healthcare, Inc., The MolinaCares Accord oversees a community investment platform created to improve the health and well-being of disadvantaged populations by funding meaningful, measurable, and innovative programs and solutions that improve health, life, and living in local communities. The MolinaCares Accord funds such measures through The Molina Healthcare Charitable Foundation, a 501(c)(3) established in 2020 by Molina Healthcare, Inc.
About Molina Healthcare of Wisconsin
Molina Healthcare of Wisconsin has been providing government-funded health care since 2010. The Company serves members through Marketplace, Medicaid and Medicare programs across the eastern half of the state. Through its locally operated health plans, Molina Healthcare, Inc., a FORTUNE 500 company (currently ranked 155), provides managed healthcare services under the Medicaid and Medicare programs and through the state insurance marketplaces. Molina Healthcare served approximately 5.1 million members as of March 31, 2022, located across 19 states. For more information about Molina Healthcare of Wisconsin, visit MolinaHealthcare.com.