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Saint Mary’s provides details on vaccination clinic, invites Holy Cross community to participate

| Wednesday, March 31, 2021

The College announced registration is now open for the Saint Mary’s community to sign up for appointments to receive their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine, co-directors of the COVID-19 Response Team Mona Bowe and Shari Rodriguez said in an email to students Tuesday.

The vaccines will be distributed April 16 from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Angela Athletic and Wellness Complex. The deadline to schedule an appointment is April 9.

According to the College’s COVID-19 vaccination clinic website, the following individuals are eligible to participate in the vaccination clinic: all Saint Mary’s students, Saint Mary’s employees and their immediate family members, as well as Holy Cross students, Holy Cross employees and their immediate family members, Sisters of the Holy Cross employees, admitted students who reside locally and invited campus partners.

Those scheduled to get vaccinated should enter the Angela Athletic and Wellness Complex through the north doors facing the parking lot and athletic fields. They are also required to complete a consent form.

The message emphasized that students should plan to attend their appointments once they have signed up in order to make sure their dose is not wasted.

“Your Pfizer vaccine will be thawed and prepped for you; therefore, it’s important that you keep your appointment,” Bowe and Rodriguez said in the email.

The College will provide the second dose of the vaccination on May 7.

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