Previously booked vaccine clinics are underway now at Dalhousie’s Student Health & Wellness Centre.
The round of 12 clinics, which began in mid-April and continue until May 6, are for patients within the designated age group of 55-64 years.
During this period, 2,000 doses of the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine are being administered to members of the general public and Dalhousie community.
A second round of clinics will begin in July for the patients to get their second dose of the vaccine.
Clinics are taking place in LeMarchant Place Atrium and are being administered by Registered Nurses and Physicians at the Student Health & Wellness Centre.
“Our Student Health & Wellness Centre team, together with Nova Scotia Public Health, has worked very hard to organize and execute these vaccine clinics in the safest manner possible,” says Verity Turpin, acting provost of student affairs.
“We are excited to offer vaccine clinics to our community and look forward to continuing this important work and doing our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19.”
Please note that while all appointments offered by the Student Health & Wellness Centre were previously booked, there is a chance of cancellations, so check Nova Scotia’s online booking site regularly.
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