WVU Medicine and the Berkeley Co. Department of Health announced the COVID-19 vaccination and Pfizer Shoot Booster Clinic in Martinsburg. | VM News
MARTINSBURG, Va. (WV News) – WVU Medicine and the Berkeley County Department of Health have announced that they will be holding a COVID-19 vaccination and Pfizer booster clinic in Martinsburg.
Teresa McCabe is vice president of marketing and development for WVU Medicine for Berkeley Medical Center and Jefferson Medical Center. They released a statement that the Martinsburg Airborne Church will be the location of the vaccination clinic, which will be open to the public. Services will be available every Tuesday and Thursday.
The clinic will operate from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. COVID-19 vaccines will be available as well as the booster. The Airborne Church is located at 172 Creative Place in Martinsburg. The Pfizer booster is the only vaccine approved by the FDA under Emergency Use Clearance at this time.
People over 65 and residents of long-term care facilities will be eligible for the recall. People aged 18 to 49 who have underlying health conditions and people aged 18 to 49 who are at risk of exposure and transmission to COVID-19 due to their work or institutional environment are also eligible. People aged 50 to 64 with underlying health conditions who have received the Pfizer primary immunization are also eligible.
“Please bring your photo ID and vaccination card with you, if possible, to your appointment at the recall vaccination clinic,” the leaflet from the WVU Medicine / Berkeley County Health Department reads.
In addition, according to the leaflet, the first and second doses of the Pfizer vaccine will also be offered at these clinics.
Masks are required at the clinic and the clinic will be open to all West Virginia residents by appointment.
To make an appointment, call (304) -901-7060 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday to Friday.