Piedmont Health District opens more mobile vaccination clinics

Piedmont Health District opens more mobile vaccination clinics
The Piedmont Health District is set to open mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics to help serve rural and underserved areas. (Source: WIS)

FARMVILLE, Va. (WWBT) - The Piedmont Health District has opened more mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics to help serve rural and underserved areas.

The mobile clinics are in coordination with the Virginia Department of Emergency Management and other partners.

“These mobile clinics are designed to reach unvaccinated Virginians at times and places that are closer and more convenient,” said Dr. Sulola Adekoya, acting director of the Piedmont Health District.

The mobile clinics will be able to give up to 250 vaccines per day.

The one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be administered to Virginians ages 18 and older.

No registration will be needed.

Here is the list of locations and times:

  • June 18 | 3 to 6 p.m. at Town of Farmville Kiosk - 1807 South Main Street, Farmville
  • June 19 | 9 a.m. to noon at Toga Volunteer Fire Department -1779 Mount Rush Highway, Dillwyn
  • June 19 | 2 to 5 p.m. at Sharon Baptist Church - 1620 Sharon Church Road, Arvonia

The Piedmont Health District covers Amelia, Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Lunenburg, Nottoway and Prince Edward counties.

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