Vaccination Appointments Available

Slots available at vaccination clinics this week in Orleans, Genesee

(By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 26 April 2021 at 5:17 pm)

There are opportunities this week for Orleans County residents to get the Covid-19 vaccine at a mass clinic.

The Genesee and Orleans County Health Departments have first dose Moderna vaccination clinics with appointments available targeting those who are 18 and older and open for any New York State individuals, who reside, work or study in the state.

There will be a clinic on Tuesday from 9 a.m. to noon at the Ridgeway Fire Hall on Route 104. As of 5:10 p.m., there are currently 116 appointment spots available. Click here to register.

There will be a clinic Wednesday from 9 a.m. to noon at GCC in Batavia at the college’s athletic center. There are currently 169 spots available. Click here to register.

Walk-ins will be accepted at both clinics from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

“We want to see all of these clinics filled up with those who can also commit to returning for the second dose of the Moderna vaccine 28 days later,” said Paul Pettit, public health director in the two counties.

Vaccine registration help line: Both counties are offering vaccination clinic registration via phone – these numbers are for Covid vaccination registration only.

In Orleans, call (585) 589-3170. In Genesee, call (585) 815-7168. For both numbers ask for the vaccine registration help line. The vaccine registration help line is not associated with either Public Health Department. The individuals who answer the phone can only assist with registering for a Covid-19 clinic.

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Thank You Girl Scouts!

Girl Scouts Troops 82007 and 82261, came together for a community service project today 4/25/2021, as a thank you to Genesee Orleans Community Action for allowing them to use the Albion Main Street Thrift Store parking lot for a covid-safe cookie sale drive-thru this year.

Kinzie Rickner, Meadow Smith, Aniela Wilson, Neveya Barnes, Aubrey Gannon and Kaylin Gannon did a Wonderful Job making the sign and Garden beautiful for the company and community alike!

                                                                                

Drug Take Back Day

A great way to safely get rid of your unused medications (before they get into the wrong hands). They even will take sharps and pet medications!

COVID-19 Vaccine Update

The Surgeon General of the United States, Dr. Vivek Murthy, says:

  • Here’s the bottom line: The COVID-19 vaccines have already saved lives, and we still have vaccine options that are safe and effective, and Americans should continue to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
  • As a resource, more information about the safety of COVID-19 vaccines can always be found here.

Keep Informed through the CDC (Center of Disease Control) website:  https://www.cdc.gov/

Need Info? Try the COVID-19 Toolkit

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COVID-19 Toolkit contains:

• How to Communicate With Different Audiences: Facts on: Facts on
COVID-19’s impact; talking points on the importance of vaccination, vaccine
safety, and other preventive measures.
• Key Things to Know Information on the most important things you need to
know about the COVID-19 vaccines.
• FAQs: Comprehensive list of questions and answers related to vaccine safety,
effectiveness, side effects, availability, and cost.
• Social Media: Sample Facebook and Twitter messages and images to share.
• Talking About COVID-19 Vaccines With Family and Friends. Tips
on how to have open and helpful conversations about COVID-19 with people
you care about.
• Quick Tips for Partners: Ideas on the various communication tactics you
can use to amplify the campaign messages among members of your community.
• What Fully Vaccinated People Need to Know: Recommendations on
what people who have been fully vaccinated can start doing, and things they
need to continue to do to protect themselves and others.

For updates and other material resources, visit:   WeCanDoThis. HHS.gov 

COVID-19 Toolkit

“Roll Up Your Sleeve” – Appointments Available for April 12th

There are still plenty of appointments open for the Monday COVID-19 Clinic at Ridgeway Fire Hall on Rt. 104 in Medina. This is open to anyone 18 and older.
Whatever vaccine you can get now is the right vaccine to get! Make your appointment now, by clicking the direct link, if you wish to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

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