MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - A second dose COVID-19 vaccine clinic was held Monday for those who received their first dose in March, according to the Montgomery County Emergency Management Agency.
According to the EMA, the clinic was held on Marlyn Street for those participants who received their first Pfizer vaccine dose during the drive-thru clinic on March 29.
The Alabama Department of Public Health says those who missed their second dose at the Smiley Court location may go to a make-up clinic from Baptist Health. That clinic is being held at 3989 Eastern Blvd. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday through Friday.
This week, the Alabama National Guard’s mobile vaccination clinics will also be administering second-round vaccine doses at the following sites:
- Tuesday- Selma at Bloch Park and the old national guard armory in Fort Deposit.
- Wednesday- Union Springs at the elementary school
- Thursday- Tuskegee national guard armory
- Friday- Wilcox central high school in Camden.
The state began administering the Pfizer vaccine on Dec. 15, and the Moderna vaccine shortly followed. As of April 18, there have been 2,239,048 vaccines administered, with 1,397,717 people having received one or more doses.