WESTFIELD – Sue and Ralph Figy and Eileen Jachym, volunteers helping at the Pfizer and Janssen J&J COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic on August 26 at Westfield High School, will be at the high school gates from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. . to everyone who comes to take a picture and hand them a $ 10 gift card. The free clinic is open to students, staff, and community members aged 12 and over.[/caption]
Sue Figy said the gift cards are due to the generosity of Westfield Gas & Electric and Firtion Adams Funeral Home, as well as many people in the community who sent gift cards, the vast majority of whom are from businesses in town, but some as far as McCray’s Farm in South Hadley.
This will be the second clinic at Westfield High School. Seventy-five people were vaccinated at the first clinic, and it has the capacity to serve 140 people.
Pre-registration is preferable, but walk-in visits will be taken depending on available slots.
Registration for the August 26 immunization clinic is simple to complete using a mobile phone, tablet or computer, and by going to https://curative.com/sites/28991 . The link is also available at www.schoolsofwestfield.org under COVID-19 Testing and Health Services.
Parents / guardians are able to give their consent in full compliance for their minor to be vaccinated through the digital registration process. Although a health insurance card is required at registration, health insurance is not compulsory to participate in the free clinic.
The second dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine will be administered at Westfield High School from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on September 16.