Two vaccine clinics offered the first week of fall quarter
Dr. Kristen Hosey, WVC public health coordinator, email@example.com
Libby Siebens, WVC community relations executive director, 509-682-6436 (Mon.-Thurs.)
Wenatchee Valley College is partnering with Columbia Valley Community Health for walk-in vaccine clinics in Wenatchee next week on the first two days of fall quarter.
The CVCH on-campus health clinic in Van Tassell Center opens the first day of the quarter, Monday, Sept. 27, and will serve as the vaccine clinic location. CVCH will administer COVID-19 vaccines for WVC students and employees.
- Monday’s vaccine clinic: Sept. 27, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Pfizer (offered Monday only): The Pfizer vaccine will be offered. It requires two shots given three weeks apart. One parent/guardian must be present for students under 18. Pfizer is authorized for children as young as 12.
- Johnson & Johnson: The Johnson and Johnson vaccine will be offered. It requires only one shot. It is offered for persons 18 and older.
- Tuesday’s vaccine clinic: Sept. 28, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Johnson & Johnson: The Johnson and Johnson vaccine will be offered.
Students taking in-person classes or accessing on-campus services must be fully vaccinated by Nov. 1. All employees must be fully vaccinated by Oct. 18. Medical and religious exemptions are available. Learn more at wvc.edu/PublicHealth.
The WA Vaccine Locator can help you find a vaccine location and book an appointment by your zip code.
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