LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — A pop-up vaccination clinic for older residents was held Friday morning at Jerome Mack Middle School near Karen Avenue and Lamb Boulevard.
We’re at press conference from @SNHDinfo with a #COVID19 #update from health officials. Here, 70+ seniors who already have an appointment will also be able to get their #vaccines. #lasvegas #nv @tvreporter #nv #livetweet #excusethetypos pic.twitter.com/vEZ0PBqagL— Astrid Méndez (@astridmendeztv) January 29, 2021
Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom, Las Vegas City Councilwoman Olivia Diaz and Dr. Fermin Leguen from the Southern Nevada Health District were at the clinic to greet the senior citizens who came to the clinic for the COVID-19 vaccination.
Councilwoman Olivia Diaz: “Be persistent, check that website, over and over”, when talking about seniors getting an online appointment for the #COVID19 #vaccine in her district. She also said it in Spanish. #tvreporter #lasvegas #nv #ktnv #livetweet #excusethetypos— Astrid Méndez (@astridmendeztv) January 29, 2021
13 Action News is also at the pop-up clinic and will have a full story later today.
Now, some selected seniors and first responders have been getting their #covid19 #vaccine. I spoke with them both in English and Spanish. They all said they felt fine during their observation period. #tvreporter #lasvegas #nv pic.twitter.com/z4WbsPCFuQ— Astrid Méndez (@astridmendeztv) January 29, 2021
SNHD nurses - medical personnel keep preparing several #COVID-19 vaccine shots for seniors and first responders that were able to register to get theirs at Jerome Mack Middle School, in the west side, a part of town when there’s a large Hispanic population, impacted by the virus. pic.twitter.com/m5IdP3UWA7— Astrid Méndez (@astridmendeztv) January 29, 2021