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23 April 2021

  • Public Service Announcement: FEMA Community Vaccination Center Open in St. Louis Through June 1, 2021
    Public Service Announcement: FEMA Community Vaccination Center Open in St. Louis Through June 1, 2021

    Public Service Announcement: FEMA Community Vaccination Center Open in St. Louis Through June 1, 2021

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    FEMA is making it easy to get your COVID vaccination.

    The Pfizer vaccine is now available at the Dome in Downtown St. Louis.

    • Open Every Day – 8am until 6pm – including Saturday and Sunday  
    • Appointments NOT required  
    • Insurance NOT required  
    • Just show up and get your shot  
    • Free Parking at 6th and Cole  
    • Use Dome Entrance C – at the corner of Broadway and Cole

    That’s the Pfizer vaccine – for free – for everyone (age 16 and older).

    At the Dome – downtown St. Louis – every day from 8am to 6pm.

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    FEMA’s mission is helping people before, during, and after disasters.

     

    John.Mills Tue, 04/20/2021 - 18:39
  • Two Vaccination Events Saturday, Sunday (April 17-18, 2021) at America’s Center
    Two Vaccination Events Saturday, Sunday (April 17-18, 2021) at America’s Center

    Two Vaccination Events Saturday, Sunday (April 17-18, 2021) at America’s Center

    At the Dome: FEMA Offers Pfizer Vaccine Dose #1 & #2; Walk-ins Welcome

    At Convention Center: City Gives Moderna Vaccine Dose #2; By Appointment

    ST. LOUIS – FEMA and the City of St. Louis are holding separate mass vaccination events all weekend at America’s Center in downtown St. Louis (April 17-18, 2021).

    FEMA is offering the Pfizer vaccine at the Dome. You can get dose-one or dose-two. Walk-ins are welcome. No appointments are required. Free parking is available at 6th and Cole Streets. For the FEMA clinic and the Pfizer vaccine, use Dome Entrance C at the corner of Broadway and Cole. FEMA has vaccinated more than 12,500 St. Louisans at the Dome since opening last week.

    The City of St. Louis is providing dose-two of the Moderna vaccine at the Convention Center by appointment only. The Convention Center entrance is on the opposite side of America’s Center at the corner of 8th Street and Washington Avenue. The City’s event is only for those who received their first dose of the Moderna vaccine last month and have an appointment for this weekend. Parking for the City’s Moderna clinic is available at the St. Louis Centre East Garage at 420 N. 6th Street.

    For either event, if you are getting your second shot, please bring your CDC Vaccination Record Card.

    Everyone trying to get their very first vaccine shot should go to FEMA’s vaccination event at the Dome at the corner of Broadway and Cole. Use Entrance C. An appointment is not required. FEMA’s center is open every day from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. until June 1.

    For public transportation, take MetroLink to the Convention Center station. Dome Entrance C is two blocks north at the corner of Broadway and Cole. MetroBus routes #32, #40 and #174X have a stop in front of the Dome.

     

    John.Mills Tue, 04/20/2021 - 18:19
  • Mass Vaccination Clinic Opens April 7 in the City of St. Louis
    Mass Vaccination Clinic Opens April 7 in the City of St. Louis

    KANSAS CITY, MO – St. Louisans interested in getting the COVID-19 vaccination now have the opportunity at a special 8-week Community Vaccination Center (CVC) opening at the Dome at America’s Center April 7.

    The first step to getting a vaccine at the CVC is to register with the State of Missouri. This step is necessary even if you have signed up on other vaccine websites, such as those for the City of St. Louis or St. Louis County.

    Persons can register with the State of Missouri one of two ways:

    1. Go online to Vaccine Navigator (https://covidvaccine.mo.gov/navigator/) and fill out the required information;

    2. By phone at (877) 435-8411.

    The large-scale clinic has been set up by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) at the request of Missouri Governor Mike Parson and with the support of the Biden administration. The goal of the site is to expand the rate of vaccinations in an efficient, effective, and equitable manner, with an explicit focus on making sure that communities with a high risk of COVID-19 exposure and infection are not left behind.

    The St. Louis CVC will have the capacity to administer up to 3,000 COVID-19 vaccines per day, over the 8-week period from April 7-June 1.

    Persons who need a reasonable accommodation at the site, such as those who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, or who have access and functional needs, should register by calling the phone number, 877-435-8411. Those who speak a language other than English can register online by clicking on the “Translate” button at the top of the Vaccine Navigator page. Translation is also available for those who call the phone number to register.

    In-person registrations will be taken at The Dome as well. However, persons are strongly encouraged to sign up in advance to reduce wait time on the day of the vaccination. Those without a pre-set appointment may have a longer wait to complete the full process so pre-registration is strongly encouraged.

    The Community Vaccination Center is located at:

    The Dome at America’s Center Entrance C, off Broadway & Cole 701 Convention Plaza St. Louis, MO 63101

    Hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., CDT, 7 days a week, until further notice.  

    John.Mills Tue, 04/20/2021 - 18:12
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