Having heard from Adam and Marino, let's try our hand at some of this work. Included here is some copy about Covid Vaccine roll out.
Programs are encouraged to contact existing partners to determine if they have the capacity to operate a vaccine clinic or mobile vaccine distribution. If you identify a clinical partner, your agency contact can work with DPH to ensure your clinical partner is allocated vaccine.
Try your hand at making it more precise and easier for readers of any skill level and language ability to understand. Figure out what you need to figure out about what it is actually saying. And consider the audience: who is reading this? Why are they reading it? What state of mind are they in as they read? How much time do they have to read? How much are they willing to figure out? How patient are they?
Other things to keep in mind:
When you are ready, send your copy through this reading-level checker to see what grade level your material (https://www.webfx.com/tools/read-able/check.php) incase the link doesn't work. Include your score in your post. Don't like the score you got? Try again. You are welcome to try as many times as your want.
Ideally, writing for the public should read around the 6th to 8th grade level--that's not easy when you are dealing with big concepts.