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Oklahoma City-County Health Dept. makes 800 additional COVID-19 vaccine appointments available – KOCO Oklahoma City

The Oklahoma City-County Health Department announced Wednesday that it partnered with Integris to make 800 additional COVID-19 vaccine appointments available outside the state’s portal for Thursday.The vaccine clinic is for people 65 and older and for those receiving their first doses.The vaccination pod is scheduled for 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 4 at the Integris Portland Campus’ Legacy Conference Room, located at 5501 N. Portland Ave. Officials said people getting the vaccine can use the visitor entrance north of the emergency room. CLICK HERE to sign up for the COVID-19 vaccination clinic.The announcement comes a day after the local health department announced its effort to continue to vaccinate residents ages 65 and older. The Oklahoma City-County Health Department partnered with Mercy Health System to make about 5,600 appointments available outside the state’s portal for Friday and Saturday, but both pods filled up quickly.Related video above: Oklahoma among nation’s leaders in giving out vaccines

The Oklahoma City-County Health Department announced Wednesday that it partnered with Integris to make 800 additional COVID-19 vaccine appointments available outside the state’s portal for Thursday.

The vaccine clinic is for people 65 and older and for those receiving their first doses.

The vaccination pod is scheduled for 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 4 at the Integris Portland Campus’ Legacy Conference Room, located at 5501 N. Portland Ave. Officials said people getting the vaccine can use the visitor entrance north of the emergency room.

CLICK HERE to sign up for the COVID-19 vaccination clinic.

The announcement comes a day after the local health department announced its effort to continue to vaccinate residents ages 65 and older. The Oklahoma City-County Health Department partnered with Mercy Health System to make about 5,600 appointments available outside the state’s portal for Friday and Saturday, but both pods filled up quickly.

Related video above: Oklahoma among nation’s leaders in giving out vaccines

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