School of Public Health students volunteer at the Kroger Field Vaccination Clinic

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According to the recent report Kroger, had visitors from The University of Kentucky College of Public Health had around 30 students, staff and volunteer faculty.

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While they were gathering at the UK’s COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Kroger Field and many faculties have volunteered since the clinic opened in January.

School of Public Health students volunteer at the Kroger Field Vaccination Clinic

While, The UK Kroger Field Vaccination Clinic runs COVID-19 from 9am to 7pm. Tuesday through Friday and 9 AM to 6 PM on Saturdays and relies on volunteers to provide service to the community.

Overall, UK HealthCare delivers thousands of vaccines every day from operations and has been among the first to introduce the vaccine to frontline healthcare workers and first responders, teachers and school personnel.

Furthermore, Brigadier General Donna K. Arnett: “I am very proud of the many public health students, faculty and staff who have volunteered to serve their community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.” As people in the public health field, ensuring health equity is our passion and goal. While working at the Kroger Field Vaccine Clinic, our students learn valuable real-world skills that will be essential in their future careers in public health and healthcare institutions. Most importantly, they are They are helping thousands of colleagues in Kentucky obtain life-saving and health-saving protection from COVID-19. ”

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In addition, the representatives from the college got involved by working in roles including finding the way and assisting with enrollment. Now, if you want to know more information on how to register for the COVID-19 vaccine: your visit the official website and  scoring tool has been developed where you will answer screening questions and then be invited to approve the vaccination, according to priority state guidelines. Registration is available here.

For questions about this process, you can call 0111-218-859 or send an email to [email protected] A list of current information and frequently asked questions is available at go.uky.edu/vaccine. Let us know your thoughts on it in the comment section below!

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