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METS Buses to Be Used for COVID Vaccination Clinics

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The City of Evansville will soon provide COVID-19 vaccination clinics on wheels. 

In a release, the city says the Reopen Evansville Task Force, METS, and the Vanderburgh County Health Department will offer the mobile clinics at seven locations starting May 5th.

Officials say a METS bus will serve as a pop-up clinic at the Feed Evansville Community Food Share at Hartke Pool, Howell Park, the Economy Grocery Store on Fulton Avenue, the main METS bus terminal on 6th Street, the Lawndale METS Transfer Station, the Potter’s Wheel, and Simpson’s Grocery on Covert Avenue.

The shots will be offered on a rotating schedule with first shots in May, and second shots to follow four weeks later in June.

The schedule can be found at reopenevansville.com.

You’ll also find a link HERE.

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