Raleigh County residents will have access to a free vaccine and wellness clinic, organized by the PAAC COVID-19 Surge Testing Team, on Wednesday, November 22. The clinic will take place at Greenbrier Estates’ clubhouse, located at 105 Sandstone Drive in Beckley, West Virginia, from 12:00 to 4:00.
During the clinic, individuals can receive both COVID-19 tests and vaccinations upon presentation of a valid photo ID, with no need for insurance. In addition, there will be various wellness services available at no cost, including flu shots, blood pressure screenings, and glucose screenings.
The clinic aims to provide convenient access to these essential medical services for the local community. By offering both COVID-19 testing and vaccination, individuals can take proactive steps towards protecting their health and the well-being of those around them.
It is important to note that any individuals who are 18 years old or younger must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian when visiting the clinic.
Overall, this initiative demonstrates the dedication of the PAAC COVID-19 Surge Testing Team and Greenbrier Estates in promoting public health in Raleigh County. By offering cost-free access to vaccines and wellness services, they aim to empower residents to prioritize their health and make informed decisions regarding their well-being.
1. Where is the clinic located?
The clinic is located at Greenbrier Estates’ clubhouse, 105 Sandstone Drive in Beckley.
2. Is there a cost for the services provided at the clinic?
No, both the vaccines and wellness services are offered at no cost.
3. Do I need insurance to receive the services?
No, a valid photo ID is sufficient for receiving COVID-19 testing, vaccines, and wellness services.
4. Are there any additional requirements for individuals under 18 years old?
Yes, individuals under 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.