COVID-19 testing sites, TVC Pfizer vaccine clinics, JP Jones pop up vaccine clinic, Ester pop up vaccine clinic, host a pop up clinic, vaccine questions
COVID-19 TESTING SITES: There have been a number of changes to COVID testing site locations in Fairbanks. See the attached for the most current information.
TVC PFIZER VACCINE CLINICS: TVC Pediatrics is holding several upcoming COVID-19 Pfizer Vaccine Clinics. This free clinic is for all individuals 12 years and older. This is a great opportunity to get vaccinated in a fun, supportive environment with service dogs, summer fun and ice cream. The next clinic is Saturday, May 22, 9am-3pm at Tanana Valley Clinic. Appointments can be made by calling TVC Pediatrics at 907-459-3520. Walk ins are welcome, as able.
JP JONES COMMUNITY CENTER POP UP VACCINE CLINIC: There will be a COVID-19 Pfizer Vaccine Clinic at the JP Jones Community Center at 2400 Rickert Street, on Friday, May 21 from 11am-3pm. Great music, entertainment and BBQ!
Ester Cocktail Festival & Pop Up Vaccine ClinIC: There will be a COVID-19 Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Clinic at the Ester Community Park, 3566 Old Nenana Highway, on Saturday, May 22, 2-6pm. Fairbanks Cancer Care Physicians’ Vaccine Team will be onsite for the "Cock Fight 2021" festival in Ester. No appointment required. Free admission to the festival for those who get vaccinated at the event! Full details can be found here.
HOST A POP UP VACCINE CLINIC: If you are affiliated with a group, business, or agency that would like to host a pop up vaccine clinic, click here to learn more or to make the request. Or, you can call l Fairbanks Public Health at 907-452-1776.
VACCINE QUESTIONS: Do you have questions about the COVID vaccine? Submit them to EmployeeFeedback@FoundationHealth.org or anonymously on The Loop. Your question will be answered by a medical expert. In addition, you can also get answers to your vaccine questions at GetVaccineAnswers.org. This site is constantly updated with the latest facts and information.
Information in this communication was accurate at the time of posting. Due to the fluid nature of COVID-19 guidelines and recommendations may have changed since the original publication date.