St. Louis Public Library and Department of Health Host Free COVID Vaccination Clinics
The St. Louis Public Library is partnering with the St. Louis Department of Health to host two free vaccination clinics at area libraries.
They will provide free Pfizer vaccines for the first, second and booster doses for ages 12 and up. No appointment is necessary and walk-ins are welcome.
The first clinic will be at carpenter’s libraryat 3309 South Grand Boulevard Monday from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The second clinic will take place on Thursday, February 3 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Divoll library4234 Grand Boulevard North.
Through a partnership with Quantum Laboratories and Loving Care Home Health Services, COVID-19 testing will be available at the Walnut Park Library every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from noon to 5 p.m.
Tests will be provided free of charge. The Walnut Park Library is located at 5760 West Florissant Ave.
Testing appointments can be made in advance by calling 314-489-5552, but walk-ins are welcome.
Missouri health officials said between Jan. 1 and Jan. 16, more than 58,701 doses were administered. They said that’s an average of about 3,669 new vaccines given per day for the first two weeks.
During the first 16 days of January, Missouri Scoreboard shows the state having administered a total of 241,820 first, second and booster doses. Of all these vaccinations, 24% of them were initial doses.
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