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ImmyLabs partners with groups to host COVID-19 mega vaccine clinic for about 10,000 people – KOCO Oklahoma City

ImmyLabs, OU Health Sciences and District 6 County Health Departments have partnered to host a large-scale, first-dose COVID-19 vaccination clinic next week at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Norman Hotel and Conference Center.The vaccination event is scheduled for Feb. 22 and will be open to all those currently eligible for the vaccine and those newly eligible, including teachers, school support staff and those under 65 with comorbidities.According to a news release, the partnership will give an opportunity to about 10,000 Oklahomans to receive their first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. The ImmyLabs portal will have a wide range of appointment times on Feb. 22 to choose from between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m.Officials said portions of the clinic will be reserved for school-based clients and those 65 and older who have had difficulty scheduling an appointment. The remaining appointments will be made available to the eligible public, the news release states.Appointments are required and can be made online. Appointments for the clinic will be available for scheduling online starting at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.CLICK HERE for ImmyLabs’ appointment portal, where an appointment can be made starting Tuesday morning.Related video above: Winter weather won’t keep people from getting vaccines, even if appointments have to be rescheduledThe ImmyLabs appointment portal is separate from the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s portal, and vaccinations will only be given to those who have a scheduled appointment and confirmation code from ImmyLabs.Appointments for the clinic will not show up through the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s portal.”Not only does this event allow us to rapidly administer a mass number of vaccines to those needing it most in our community, this is also a prime example of the wonderful partnership we have with ImmyLabs and OU Health Services,” said Jackie Kanak, regional director for District 6 County Health Departments. “None of our agencies could pass up an opportunity to join forces for an event like this; it’s historical and the most worthwhile effort of which any of us could be a part,” Sean Bauman, president and CEO of ImmyLabs (Norman), said.

ImmyLabs, OU Health Sciences and District 6 County Health Departments have partnered to host a large-scale, first-dose COVID-19 vaccination clinic next week at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Norman Hotel and Conference Center.

The vaccination event is scheduled for Feb. 22 and will be open to all those currently eligible for the vaccine and those newly eligible, including teachers, school support staff and those under 65 with comorbidities.

According to a news release, the partnership will give an opportunity to about 10,000 Oklahomans to receive their first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. The ImmyLabs portal will have a wide range of appointment times on Feb. 22 to choose from between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m.

Officials said portions of the clinic will be reserved for school-based clients and those 65 and older who have had difficulty scheduling an appointment. The remaining appointments will be made available to the eligible public, the news release states.

Appointments are required and can be made online. Appointments for the clinic will be available for scheduling online starting at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.

CLICK HERE for ImmyLabs’ appointment portal, where an appointment can be made starting Tuesday morning.

Related video above: Winter weather won’t keep people from getting vaccines, even if appointments have to be rescheduled

The ImmyLabs appointment portal is separate from the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s portal, and vaccinations will only be given to those who have a scheduled appointment and confirmation code from ImmyLabs.

Appointments for the clinic will not show up through the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s portal.

“Not only does this event allow us to rapidly administer a mass number of vaccines to those needing it most in our community, this is also a prime example of the wonderful partnership we have with ImmyLabs and OU Health Services,” said Jackie Kanak, regional director for District 6 County Health Departments.

“None of our agencies could pass up an opportunity to join forces for an event like this; it’s historical and the most worthwhile effort of which any of us could be a part,” Sean Bauman, president and CEO of ImmyLabs (Norman), said.

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