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Governor announces locations for National Guard mobile vaccination clinics

Beginning March 23, mobile vaccination teams will rotate through designated counties.

A provider prepares to administer a vaccine dose. (STOCK PHOTO)

Governor Kay Ivey on Thursday announced the locations for the Alabama National Guard’s mobile vaccination clinics across 24 rural counties. As part of Ivey’s activation of the ALNG to support the state’s COVID-19 response, beginning March 23, the mobile vaccination teams will rotate through the designated counties.

“Being from rural Alabama myself, ensuring folks in those counties have an easy way to get their COVID-19 vaccine is important to me. I am proud that our guardsmen stand willing to help our great state in any way, especially as we look to put this virus in our rearview mirror,” Ivey said. “I encourage everyone eligible to take advantage of this great resource, and please remain patient as we continue working to get our hands on as many doses as we are able from the federal government. Be sure to help get the word out to your family, friends and neighbors!”

The ALNG is capable of fielding two mobile vaccination teams with a capacity of at least 1,000 vaccinations per site, per day —Tuesday – Friday — for a total of 8,000 doses each week. The Alabama Department of Public Health, local emergency management officials and law enforcement will also provide support.

Rural Mobile Vaccination Clinics: Week One

Due to the nature of the mission, there will likely be adjustments made. Should any locations change, the ADPH and partnering agencies will provide any updates.

March 23: Covington and Sumter Counties

March 24: Coffee and Greene Counties

March 25: Dale and Hale Counties

March 26: Henry and Perry Counties

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Rural Mobile Vaccination Clinics: Week Two

March 30: Dallas & Lowndes Counties

 March 31: Bullock and Choctaw Counties

April 1: Macon and Marengo Counties

April 2: Russell and Wilcox Counties

Rural Mobile Vaccination Clinics: Week Three

April 6: Butler and Conecuh Counties

April 7: Crenshaw and Monroe Counties

April 8: Clarke and Pike Counties

April 9: Barbour and Washington Counties

  • Baker Hill School: 24 School House Road, Eufaula, AL 36027 (Barbour)
  • 111 River Road (Just off Hwy. 43), McIntosh, AL 36553 (Washington)

All rural mobile vaccination clinics will operate from 9 a.m. through 5 p.m. These clinics will be open for all eligible Alabamians, free of charge.

While these distribution efforts are ongoing, the ADPH will provide all of the up-to-date details, including the specific clinic sites and other logistic information on their website. In the instance of severe weather and other similar circumstances, ADPH and partnering agencies will provide any and all updates.

At this time, appointments are not required.

Individuals are asked to wear a mask.

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