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Richmond-area Community Vaccine Center will move to Arthur Ashe Junior Athletic Center

According to the Virginia Department of Health and the Richmond-Henrico Health District, the...
According to the Virginia Department of Health and the Richmond-Henrico Health District, the new location will serve the Richmond area well.(WJRT)
Published: Nov. 3, 2021 at 12:25 PM EDT
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RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) - The Richmond-area CVC will soon move from Richmond Raceway to Arthur Ashe Junior Athletic Center.

According to the Virginia Department of Health and the Richmond-Henrico Health District, the new location will serve the Richmond area well.

First Lady, Pam Northam along with Secretary of Health and Human Resources, Dr. Vanessa Walker Harris, will visit the center on Nov. 12 at 9:45 a.m., and meet with some kids who are getting their shots.

The last day at the Richmond Raceway will be on Nov. 6. The CVC will reopen at the athletic center on Nov. 8.

Those who scheduled an appointment on or after Nov. 8 should come to Arthur Ashe Junior Athletic Center located at 3001 North Arthur Ashe Boulevard at the same date and time as their original appointment.

The new CVC location will offer all three COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots for adults as well as Pfizer shots for kids ages 5-11. Vaccine appointments for kids 5-11 must be scheduled.

Walk-ups will either be accepted if there’s same-day availability or will be scheduled for another date and time.

To set up an appointment, click here or call 804-205-3501.

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