Clark University will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Tuesday, May 11, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Kneller Athletic Center. The clinic, which will be operated by Pelmeds, is open to Clark students as well as staff, faculty, and their families — including children ages 16 and older.
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“If you have not yet been vaccinated, I strongly urge you to take advantage of this clinic and get yourself protected against the virus, which continues to exert its presence forcefully, especially among young people,” said Jack Foley, vice president of government and community relations and chair of the Clark Reopening Committee.
“Widespread vaccinations are Clark’s most effective tool to minimize the risk of COVID-19 infections on campus and gives us the best chance to safely reopen this fall under normal or near-normal conditions, which means in-person classes, indoor activities, and relaxing of physical distancing and masking requirements. This degree of normalcy can only be achieved by getting us as close as possible to a 100% vaccination rate.”