GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — This weekend, you’ll have another opportunity to get vaccinated against coronavirus.
Spectrum Health is partnering with Kent County to provide free COVID-19 vaccinations at Cesar Chavez Elementary School.
“We are committed to health equity and enabling everyone — no matter what their race, ethnicity, or economic status — to receive the vaccine,” Spectrum Health said in a release.
If you’re 65 and older or over 50 with a health condition, you can register online or over the phone:
- Grand Rapids Public School (Communications) – 616.819.21492
- Exalta Health – 616.475.8446 x1153
- Grandville Avenue Arts & Humanities
- Cook Arts Center – 616.742.0692
- Cook Library Center – 616.475.11504
- Kent School Services Network – 616.819.79915
- Puertas Abiertas, Inc – 616.690.82676
- Roosevelt Park Ministries – 616.475.58817
- Roosevelt Park Neighborhood Association – 616.243.2489
After signing up, you’ll receive a call and appointments will be scheduled for both your first and second vaccine dose.
“More and more, as time approaches, we’re going to be able to register more people. Slowly, but surely. So make sure you get on those lists because we’re here and we’re not going anywhere,” GRPS spokesperson Javier Cervantes said.
Cesar Chavez Elementary, located at 1205 Grandville Ave. SW, will host another clinic starting at 10 a.m. March 27.