This pandemic isn’t about one of us; it’s about all of us. Our choices have the power to create waves of change that impact our community, and the vaccine is the best way to protect us all.
Our Mobile vaccine van brings the vaccine to you so it’s quick and easy to take a shot on life.
Identification is not required to get vaccinated. Only name and date of birth are required.
When it comes to the pandemic, the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine means we now get to call the shots. We’ve pulled together some resources for you to check out so you can take a shot on life going back to normal.
Have you seen our Mobile Vaccination Vans? Get your shot with qualified professionals and check out where they are this week. Identification is not required to get vaccinated. Only name and date of birth are required.
There’s a lot of misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine. Find out more about the vaccine and where you can go to get it here.
We’re available if you need to reach out or have any questions.
Northeast Tennessee distributing vaccines. Use this map to find where we will be in your area
The vaccine is now available for FREE to anyone older than 16 in Northeast Tennessee! This includes anyone living in the area, regardless of immigration or health insurance status.
Which vaccine you will get depends on the availability of each (Moderna, Pfizer, or Johnson & Johnson) per location.
Just make sure to wear a short-sleeved shirt – That’s all you need!
The Delta variant, also known as B.1.617.2 and first identified in India, is more contagious and resistant to vaccines than the dominant Alpha (U.K.) strain circulating in the U.S. and carries a greater risk of hospitalization.
Delta may also cause more severe illness. A recent Scottish study, for instance, found that people infected by the Delta variant were roughly twice as likely to be hospitalized as those infected with Alpha.
Although there is not yet good data on how all of the vaccines hold up against Delta, several widely used shots, including those made by Pfizer-BioNTech and AstraZeneca, appear to retain most of their effectiveness against the Delta variant, research suggests. However, if you only have your first dose, one dose was just 33 percent effective against Delta.