Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Hampton Offers COVID-19 Vaccine Options

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HAMPTON—The city of Hampton has now opened COVID-19 vaccines to anyone 18 years and older. They will be holding a clinic at the Hampton Roads Convention Center on Wednesday, April 14, 9am – 4pm for those who want the first dose of the Moderna vaccine. For those interested in the Johnson & Johnson one-shot vaccine, a clinic will be available on Thursday, April 15, 9am – 3pm.

Interested parties can schedule their appointments for the April 14 clinic here. Those who want to schedule an appointment for the April 15 clinic should click here. Please do not sign up for more than one clinic and the City is asking that you should not make an appointment unless you are sure you can keep it. If you cannot make either of these dates, you can register to receive email notices for future clinics as they are scheduled.

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