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Mobile clinic offering COVID-19 vaccine at Acacia Park Friday evening

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- A mobile vaccination van will be in Acacia Park in downtown Colorado Springs Friday evening.

You will be able to walk up and get a COVID-19 vaccine without an appointment from 5-9 p.m.

The mobile vaccination event will be hosted by Downtown Partnership and El Paso County Public Health to coincide with the popular First Friday Downtown event. Nomi Health is the provider giving vaccines in Friday's night mobile clinic.

“We want our community to be protected and get vaccinated, and we want to make it as easy as possible to do so. With the mobile vaccination vans, we are reducing barriers and meeting people where they are, in communities where they live, work and play,” said Susan Wheelan, director of El Paso County Public Health. “We are grateful for the continued collaboration with the Downtown Partnership to pair community events and vaccinations to better serve our residents.” 

If you prefer to pre-register for a vaccine, you can do that here.

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Chelsea Brentzel

Chelsea is an investigative reporter for KRDO NewsChannel 13. Learn more about Chelsea here.



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    1. I’m holding out to the point they will pay you to take the shot. No, not even then will I get it.

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