(File photo)

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Mobile drop-in vaccination clinic coming to Oliver

All those in the Oliver area who have not yet received their first dose are eligible for the vaccine

Interior Health’s mobile immunization clinic will make a stop in Oliver on June 15 for anyone who has not yet received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

No advance appointments are necessary for this clinic. People who live or work in the Oliver area will be able to walk-up, register and receive a COVID-19 vaccine.

Interior Health’s mobile immunization clinics are a partnership with the British Columbia Automobile Association (BCAA), and are travelling through the Interior region, making stops in over 40 communities along the way.

The drop-in location in Oliver will be located at the Visitor Information Centre (6431 Station Street) Tuesday, June 15 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Everyone in the Oliver area who are born in 2009 or earlier, and who have not yet received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine are eligible to get vaccinated.

Oliver residents who are not able to attend the mobile immunization clinic can still receive a vaccine at other times by booking an appointment through the provincial system and visiting a nearby clinic.

Drop-in clinics are for first dose only; second dose notifications are sent by email, phone, or text when it is time to book an appointment.

To learn about B.C.’s Restart Plan and COVID-19 Immunization Plan, gov.bc.ca/covid

READ MORE: No appointments necessary for first dose COVID-19 vaccine: Interior Health

READ MORE: South Okanagan clears 70 per cent first dose vaccination rate



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