TULSA, Okla. — Asbury United Methodist Church is hosting COVID-19 vaccination clinics in collaboration with Passport Health Oklahoma, a travel immunization clinic.
It takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 6, and continues every Friday and Saturday for the next eight weeks, excluding March 5.
Asbury and Passport Health’s goal is to provide 500 COVID vaccinations per day for adults 65 years and older in the entire Tulsa region, according to organizers. All participants must bring a valid ID and registration is required.
Visit Asbury's website or social media every Monday at noon for a new link to sign up for upcoming vaccination slots.
“Asbury is excited to serve our city by providing vaccinations to thousands of people in the coming weeks,” said Jim Davis, director of outreach. “When Passport Health inquired about partnering, we immediately said yes and within 48 hours had the logistics in place and medical and non-medical volunteers recruited. As a missional church, we love the idea of meeting physical needs in addition to spiritual needs.”
For more information, call 918-492-1771 or click here.
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