Evansville’s mobile vaccine clinic hitting road again Tuesday
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) - Evansville’s mobile vaccine clinic is hitting the road again Tuesday.
You don’t need an appointment for the mobile clinic.
Here’s a list of stops the mobile vaccine clinic will make.
This is a collaborate effort with the city of evansville, the health department and METS. They are choosing bus stops to help get the vaccine to those who may mot have reliable transportation. We spoke with one man today who says he’s still deciding if he is going to get his shot but believes this is a great idea.
“I think that’s nice because a lot of people who are in poverty they really don’t know that they got free buses set up out here. They don’t even know about free places to go into. So they get off and they see this, they should come over here like I was and ask questions,” said Bernard Jones, a Mets bus rider.
You don’t need anything to get your vaccine but they say an ID is appreciated
- May 11 from 8:30am-10:30am - Lawndale METS Transfer Station (950 S. Hebron Avenue)
- May 11 from 11am-1pm - Potter’s Wheel (333 Jefferson Avenue)
- May 11 from 1:30pm-3:30pm - Simpson’s Grocery (1365 Covert Avenue)
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