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Posted on: July 28, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Rogers to Host Series of Vaccine Clinics in Partnership with Community Clinic

Vaccine Clinics for Release

The City of Rogers, in partnership with Community Clinic, will be hosting a series of COVID-19 vaccine clinics. These mobile clinics will be held at various locations in Rogers, through mid-August. 

Below is a list of scheduled clinics. 

Rogers City Hall · July 29 · 4PM - 7PM
Downtown (Frisco Plaza) · July 30 · 4PM - 8PM
Rogers Activity Center · August 2 · 4PM - 8PM
Centro Cristiano Church · August 8 · 9AM - 12PM
Maple Grove Park · August 9 · 4PM - 7PM
Rogers Public Library · August 12 · 4PM - 7PM

No appointments are necessary and there is no cost. All clinics are outdoor mobile clinics.

Participants will be able to choose between Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. First or second doses will be given, so those in need of a second dose can receive it. Please bring the vaccine card from your first dose. Vaccines will be available for persons ages 12 and older. Those from the ages of 12 to 17 will require a parent or guardian to be present.

About the partnership and upcoming clinics, Judd Semingson CEO of Community Clinic said, “Community Clinic is proud to partner with the city of Rogers to provide increased access to COVID-19 vaccines in our area. The fight against COVID continues, and this opportunity allows for increased hours and decreased barriers so that people can protect themselves, their families, their friends, and their community.”

Mayor Hines added, “It is more important than ever to get vaccinated. The various times and locations of these clinics have been handpicked to help increase the vaccination rate in Benton County.”

Transportation support will come through the Community Development Block Grant. Those interested in participating in one of the clinics that need a ride may be able to have one arranged by calling in advance. To request transportation assistance, please contact Donna Johnston CDBG Administrator at 479-621-1121. 

Other informational requests can be made to Peter Masonis Pubic Relation Manager 479-418-1341.

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