It was no one’s idea of a vaccine clinic—which is almost certainly what made it so successful. On Sanford Avenue in Newark, the Family Manor restaurant was thronged with diners enjoying authentic Haitian food, such as patties filled with savory beef, chicken, and fish, as well as the upbeat atmosphere. The guests were happily digging into the complimentary bites, but they had actually come to the restaurant for a more important purpose: to receive their COVID-19 vaccinations. They had learned about the pop-up vaccine clinic from Micano Evra, who owns Family Manor and is the host of a radio show popular with the Haitian community in Newark’s West Ward and nearby Irvington and East Orange. To read the full story.