NAACP, Rite Aid holding vaccine clinic in Penn Hills, April 10


Make appointments now; open to first 400 qualified applicants

by Rob Taylor Jr.
Courier Staff Writer

Mix together the Pa. NAACP State Conference, Rite Aid, and the Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship, and you’ve got a chance to get the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, a one-shot-only dose, this Saturday, April 10, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The New Pittsburgh Courier has learned about the vaccine clinic, open to the first 400 qualified individuals, as Rite Aid pharmacists will be administering the COVID vaccine at the school, 2501 Main St. Individuals 65 and over, those under 65 with pre-existing health conditions, members of law enforcement, firefighters, grocery store workers and food/agricultural workers are eligible. Pre-registration is required, by signing up on the Pa. State NAACP’s website, Those without computer access can call 267-627-0633 to set up an appointment.


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