Evansville's mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinic entered into week two of vaccination operations on Wednesday, making the vaccine more accessible for members of the River City community and its surrounding areas.
On Wednesday, May 12, a mobile METS clinic will make its appearance at the Feed Evansville food share event at Hartke Pool.
The mobile vaccine clinic will be present each Wednesday at those Feed Evansville events through June until the organization switches to other methods.
Once the mobile vaccine clinic administers its last shots for the month of May on May 27 at Howell Park, Economy Grocery, and the METS Terminal, the clinic will shift to administering 2nd doses of the vaccine throughout the month of June.
Anyone who's at least 16-years-old can receive their vaccine at the mobile METS clinic in Evansville. Pre-registration isn't required for the clinic.
As of May 12, 68,288 total individuals in Vanderburgh County had been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, according to the state health department's data.
If you'd like to get your shot at the mobile clinic, you can see a full list of dates where the clinic is scheduled to appear below: