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Henderson County, North Carolina (WSPA) – More and more people are getting the COVID vaccine in Henderson County. As such, they reopened the vaccine clinic at Blue Ridge Mall to keep up with demand.
“When demand for vaccines fell, we moved vaccinations to the health department lobby, but recently we’ve seen an increase in vaccinations, which is a little too much for the lobby to handle,” he said. I am. Andrew Mandenk With the Henderson County Public Health Service.
You can find the complete press release from the Henderson County Public Health Service. The details are as follows.
“The Henderson County Public Health Service will return the COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic to the former JCPenney site at Blue Ridge Mall in preparation for increased demand and boosters this fall.
Starting September 1, the first, second, and additional doses of COVID-19 vaccination will be offered in the former.
The location of JC Penny at Blue Ridge Mall in 1800 Four Seasons Boulevard in Hendersonville.Individual
If you want your first dose, you can book online from Monday to Friday.
People with moderate to severe immunodeficiency may also receive additional doses if:
They are eligible under the CDC’s list of conditions.No public booster shots are available
At the moment.
The mall owner, Hull Property Group, donated the use of the former JCPenney space in March.
Mass vaccination clinic of the Ministry of Health. In June, COVID-19 vaccination was transferred to Health
The Spartanberg Expressway sector due to declining demand.
More Henderson County residents have been vaccinated in recent weeks, in line with the surge in Delta variants in the community.Weekly vaccinations have more than doubled throughout the county since then
It will reach a low of about 300 in the week of July 5th.
In addition, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has announced plans to launch the offer.
Booster Shots for All Americans in the Week of September 20 – Starts After the Second 8 Months of Individuals
dose. Eligible people at that time are health care providers, nursing home residents, and so on.
upperclassman. More details on the Booster Clinic will be shared in late September.
The COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 11:45 am and from 1 pm to 4 pm.
Moderna (18+) and Pfizer (12+) vaccines are provided free of charge. Walk-ins are welcome, but
Individuals at www.hendersoncountync.gov/health or
Please call 828-585-4700. Due to Workers’ Day, there will be no clinic on September 6th. “
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