Aurora International Sister City, established a fast schedule in cooperation with various leaders of the Korean community
Aurora Sister Cities International will start vaccinating COVID-19 for the community from 10 am this coming Saturday (27th). Aurora International Sister Cities collaborated with Havana Business Improvement District, Aurora City, and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) to open a vaccine clinic for minorities. have been diligently prepared.
It is a clinic that was prepared in a hurry so that more Koreans can get vaccinated in Aurora City, which is easily accessible, in a short time. It is regrettable that the details were not announced to the community sooner, but after the successful operation and holding of this vaccine clinic, additional vaccine clinic schedules for the Korean community may be designed, so let’s watch with interest.
The following is information and reservation information for the COVID-19 vaccine clinic that will be held on the coming Saturday (27th). Koreans who have not yet been vaccinated despite being eligible for COVID-19 vaccination (categories 1A, 1B1, and 1B2) designated by the state so far are recommended to receive the vaccine by referring to the detailed clinic information and reservation information below. Vaccination reservations are proceeding quickly, but the organizers are still accepting reservations, so those who are eligible for vaccination should register early.
- Date : Saturday, February 27, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm (1st vaccination)
Saturday, March 27, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm (2nd vaccination)
- Location : Aurora City Stampede (Havana Road and Parker Road)
2430 S Havana Street, Aurora, CO 80014
- Parking availability : Provide a space for patients with mobility impairments close to the entrance
- Subjects to be vaccinated : Those who are in the 1A, 1B1, 1B2 categories of the vaccination stage officially designated by the state government
(Seniors 65 years of age and older and health care workers, residents of nursing homes and long-term care facilities, and workers in childcare or K-12 education)
- Reservation number
- Medicine Clinic for Health Equity / Colorado Alliance for Health Equity and Practice (CAHEP, CAHEP): (303) 954 0058 (Korean reservations available)
- Colorado Primary Care Clinic: (303) 343 9500
The interest and support of the Korean Committee, which has been maintaining close relations and cooperation with Aurora International’s sister city, and preparing clinics, also shined. Aurora International Sister Cities have been holding the ‘K-Committee Monthly Meeting’ on a monthly basis with the Korean Committee, where leaders from various fields in the Korean community come together. Community leaders such as Lee, Myers & O’Connell, attorney Lee Sang-hoon, including this magazine, participated in the Zoom Meeting meeting.