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Health district allowing 2nd vaccine dose walk-ins at Las Vegas Convention Center

First-dose appointments canceled
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Posted at 1:57 PM, Feb 04, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-05 02:59:25-05

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Southern Nevada Health District says it has notified people who made their first dose appointments at the Las Vegas Convention Center second dose clinic that their appointments have been canceled as of Thursday.

As a result, the SNHD will be able to provide a vaccine to second dose walk-in patients for the next four weeks.

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Walk-in patients who are eligible this week received their first dose of the Moderna vaccine between Jan. 4-9, 2021, according to the SNHD, and patients will be served based on vaccine availability.

Each week’s walk-in eligibility will be reserved for patients who received the Moderna vaccine at a health district or partner clinic no sooner than 28 days prior.

People who received their vaccine from another provider or who received the Pfizer vaccine are not eligible to receive the vaccine on a walk-in basis.

The health district says it is currently notifying people who registered and received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine with its original registration system that they are eligible to receive the vaccine and based on the recommended intervals for getting the second dose.

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Additional notifications for people vaccinated in January will also be emailed on Thursday. People who get an email will receive a link to register for a second dose appointment, according to the SNHD.

The Convention Center clinic site is located in the C-1 area of the facility’s Central Hall and open Tuesday through Saturday. Walk-ins will be served from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. or based on vaccine availability.

More information is available from the health department here.