FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: April 27, 2021
Media Contact: Julie Patterson
Senior Communications Strategist
Register for new COVID-19 vaccine clinics at Aurora Municipal Center
AURORA, Colo. – Following a soft opening weekend targeting primarily government employees, the city of Aurora—in coordination with state and local partners—is opening a COVID-19 vaccine clinic to the public on weekends starting May 1 at the Aurora Municipal Center, 15151 E. Alameda Parkway.
The clinics will be both drive through and walk up, and appointments are available weekly at AuroraGov.org/Vaccine.
The first weekend will be one day only on Saturday, May 1, with Pfizer vaccines available.
Starting May 8 and 9, vaccine clinics will occur both Saturdays and Sundays at the Aurora Municipal Center until further notice.
Equity clinic partners include Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment, Tri-County Health Department, Colorado Alliance for Health Equity and Practice, Colorado Primary Care Clinic, Falck Rocky Mountain, Adelante Community Development, Together We Protect Vaccine Equity Fund, Arapahoe County, Adams County, Advocate Colorado, Mi Cas Per, Salvadoreños Residiendo en Colorado, the Latino Research & Policy Center, Colorado School of Public Health, Rotary Club of Aurora and Colorado Event Traffic.
These equity clinics are designed to make vaccination accessible and easy for everyone—especially underserved populations—regardless of race, ethnicity, ability, socioeconomic status, language and other factors.
More information is available at AuroraGov.org/Vaccine.
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