The event offering free school supplies, bicycle and laptop drawing are just some of the things being offered at an event to help get vaccines out to the rural communities before school starts.
This unique vaccine clinic is offering the free COVID-19 vaccination as well as the back to school vaccines kids need so they can start school soon (meningitis, tetanus and HPV).
Those who just need their second COVID-19 shot are welcome also. The clinic is open to the public and people of all ages and all communities and is being brought to Natalia by the following organization as follows.
The Faith in the Vaccine group based at the University of the Incarnate Word is inviting the community to our upcoming vaccine clinic at Natalia High School Gymnasium at 805 Pearson, Natalia this Saturday, August 21.
We will be administrating free COVID-19 vaccinations, as well as back-to-school vaccines (meningitis, tetanus, and HPV), while answering any questions or concerns on the vaccine. The public can walk in or register before the clinic at our website to ensure they receive their free school supplies (for the first 150 registrants or COVID vaccinated). Those who return for their second COVID dose on August 21, will be entered into a drawing for a bicycle or laptop.
Those with questions about the COVID vaccine are welcome to come by and discuss the possibility of getting a COVID vaccine with clinic staff and are under no obligation to get vaccinated. Staff will help people learn about the vaccines and choose which one is best for them.
Those who just need their second shot are welcome.
The one-shot COVID vaccine will also be available and is ideal for those who are working farms and ranches and have limited contact with the public.
Nurses will be on hand to take the vaccine to individuals who cannot come to the clinic due to being mobility-impaired.
WALK-IN Saturday or register here: uiwvaccineambassadors.carrd.co. If you have any questions, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our mission is to give back to the community and keep all children and their families healthy and safe!