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All COVID vaccines are FREE for everyone living in the U.S. & do not require ID.
UPCOMING VACCINE POP-UP CLINICS:
June 19: Juneteenth Celebration, 11 am to 3 pm, Brandon Park Bandshell Parking Lot, Williamsport. River Valley Health and Dental Center will administer J&J vaccine. Sheetz gift cards worth $5 will be given to the first 50 people who receive vaccinations at this Juneteenth event.
June 25: Sojourner’s Health Fair, 9 am – 2 pm, Sojourner Truth Ministries, 501 High St, Williamsport.
June 25 & June 28, LHU, 12-4 pm, LHU Student Rec Center Parking Lot, 550 Railroad St., Lock Haven. No registration necessary. Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer vaccines available (2nd dose of Pfizer vaccines scheduled for July 19). Kids 12-17 require Pfizer vaccine & on-site parental consent. Open to ages 12 and up.
June 26: Ebenezer Baptist Church, 11 am-2 pm, 527 Park Ave, Williamsport.
June 28: Rommelt Elementary School, South Williamsport, second dose vaccinations at for those who received first doses June 7.
July 2: First Friday, downtown Williamsport, details to come.
Mobile vaccination clinics at your organization, workplace, or faith community site can be set up with River Valley Health & Dental and RiteAid.
Walk-in Vaccinations are available at River Valley Health and Dental Center and Rite Aid, Wegmans, and CVS pharmacies.
Free, Pre-scheduled Transportation to COVID vaccine appointments is available from River Valley Transit, Lyft. and Uber. STEP and Rabbittransit are providing free transportation to CIVID vaccination appointments for people ages 60+ and for everyone on Medical Assistance.
VACCINE UPDATE: The Pfizer vaccine now has FDA emergency use approval for children ages 12 and over. The CDC and PA DOH recommend that COVID-19 vaccine providers start vaccinating anyone ages 12 and up. Pennsylvanians aged 16 and over are eligible to be vaccinated with any of the three approved vaccines.
MASK UPDATE: The CDC announced that masking is no longer necessary for those people fully vaccinated (two weeks after the J&J one-dose vaccine or two weeks after the second dose of Moderna or Pfizer), for most indoor and outdoor activities. All people including the fully vaccinated must, however, cover their faces and physically distance when going to doctors’ offices, hospitals, long-term care facilities, homeless shelters, jails, or prisons as well as when using public transportation or waiting in transit terminals and airports. Pennsylvania’s masking requirements remain in place for all unvaccinated residents.