Pop-up Vaccine Clinics: Hopes of Fraser Health ending mobile sites

Vancouver – There were rumors that vaccines were available at a pop-up clinic at the Guildford Entertainment Center, and there were hopefuls that they would rush to get their dose, but Fraser Health says they will vaccinate those who qualify in advance.

The confusion comes in the wake of a series of short-term vaccination clinics in COVID-19 hotspots that were canceled three days later. General regression. The word of pop-up clinics spread almost exclusively through text messages and hundreds of people spent many hours in line, with items to be sent home as soon as they were finished.

Despite the pop-ups, the rumors continue and dozens are looking for a scene.

“Fraser Health has no further pop-ups or drop-ins for the planned COVID-19 immunization clinics in our region at this time,” a spokesman wrote Friday. “The Guildford Recreation Center is an existing COVID-19 immunization site for those eligible with booked appointments. It does not provide immunizations to non-recruits.”

However, the site staff registers people and notifies them of any availability via SMS later or later.

“If capacity is not available, staff will help people book an appointment at a neighborhood immunization clinic where appointments are available,” the spokesman wrote. “Residents and other eligible individuals in more widespread environments are encouraged to register for immunizations immediately on the vaccination website so that they can book appointments and get immunized.”

The age-based rollout has expanded to those under the age of 50 who are now eligible for the Pfizer vaccine and are encouraged to register Provincial website Make an appointment even easier. The health minister says those in their 40s should qualify next week.

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