Interviewed April 23, 2021
“Initially, I was really hesitant. I had a lot of questions. Seems like things were moving at a warp speed. I had a lot of questions about how effective it would be, if there would be side effects, things like that, toward the beginning. As I thought about my immediate life, I live in a multigenerational home, and my mother is there. It just made sense for me to be vaccinated for her, as well as patients and clients and then myself.
I wasn’t even primary in my decision, it was other people that helped me make the ultimate decision to be vaccinated.”
Keshonda Willis is a woman of faith, mother, daughter, and essential worker.