Dorsette said he appreciates that a person is able to interpret for him at the vaccine clinic instead of having to look at a pre-produced video that doesn't respond to questions that can vary from person to person.
"Technology is a great thing, but it also comes with a host of problems as well," Dorsette told 7 Action News. "Having an interpreter live and in-person, to me, that is the best mode of communication. I have the opportunity to communicate back and forth, to really seek the information that I want, and to have that information clarified should I need it."
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