Sarah DeSilvey

Sarah DeSilvey receives a vaccine recently at Northwestern Medical Center.

Residents in St. Albans can get a COVID-19 vaccination at a new walk-in clinic this week. 

As of Monday, 79.2% of eligible (12+) Vermonters have received at least one dose of the COVID-19, which means 4,197 more people are needed to reach Governor Phil Scott’s goal to vaccinate 80% of the eligible population. The governor has said he will lift the remaining COVID-19 restrictions when it is reached.

The scheduled pop-up, walk-in events will be held Tuesday-Thursday  at the Northwestern Medical Center, Congress and Main, 97 North Main St., St. Albans from 9 a.m.- 11:45 a.m.

 

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