HAMILTON — The Greater Cape Ann Community Collaborative (GCACC) is pleased to share that it will hold a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic tomorrow.
The GCACC is authorized by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to administer vaccines in public spaces, and in targeted spaces such as businesses, schools, and houses of worship, and organized the clinic after consultation with Cole Landscaping, Inc., and TM Landscaping. The clinic will offer a convenient, accessible, streamlined vaccination opportunity for landscaping employees and their families. Members of the public are also welcome.
Tuesday, June 22 from 5-8 p.m.
Note: A clinic to distribute second doses will be held July 13 from 5-8 p.m.
Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School, 775 Bay Road, South Hamilton
The GCACC is pleased to share it will hold a pop-up vaccination clinic tomorrow.
Doses of both Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccinations will be available at the clinic. To register to receive the Pfizer vaccine at the clinic, click here. To register to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, click here. Walk-ins also are welcome; however, appointments are encouraged.
“We’re thrilled to be offering landscaping employees on Cape Ann an easy and accessible vaccination opportunity for themselves and their families. We thank Cole Landscaping and TM Landscaping for their help announcing this optional clinic to their staff,” Hamilton Public Health Nurse Rachel Lee said. “We look forward to additional work with area organizations and groups to provide clinics in local, familiar locations, so that we can reduce any potential barriers to getting the vaccine and better protect as many members of our community as possible from this disease.”
Water and Gatorade will also be available for those who plan to attend the clinic immediately after work.
Local organizations looking to partner with the GCACC to organize similar clinics can contact Hamilton Public Health Nurse Lee at 978-290-9618. The GCACC will publicize dates and times of open clinics when they are finalized.
The vaccine is free, and no identification or health insurance is needed to receive a vaccination.
Those getting their vaccine at an upcoming clinic are also reminded: those who are unvaccinated continue to be advised by state officials to wear a mask in public. You will not be fully vaccinated until two weeks after your last dose of a vaccine.
For the latest updates, visit the GCACC’s news blog by clicking here.
The GCACC is a collaborative of 10 communities: Boxford, Essex, Gloucester, Hamilton, Ipswich, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Middleton, Rockport, Topsfield, and Wenham.