SU closes vaccination center

COVID-19 mass vaccination site at Shenandoah University

Shenandoah University’s mass vaccination center will be hosting its final clinic Thursday, May 6th as the James R Wilkins Jr Athletics and Events Center will return to hosting events for SU.

The vaccination clinic has totaled more than 65,000 shots in arms since opening its doors in mid January.

Valley Health, Shenandoah University, and the Lord Fairfax Health District worked together to create the clinic.

The location was staffed with a combination of employees from those partners as well as community volunteers.

Final first doses will be administered by Thursday, April 29th while the follow up dose will be held elsewhere.

Second doses will continue until Thursday, May 6th.

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Dr. Green updates LFHD COVD-19 vaccinations

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Dr. Colin Green director of the Lord Fairfax Health District reports over 1,200 vaccinations given on Friday in Berryville.

Frederick County reports  2,760 people vaccinated with 653 fully vaccinated against the Coronavirus.

Winchester reports 3,357 doses administered 784 are fully vaccinated.

Warren County reports 1,181 doses with 192  fully vaccinated.

Shenandoah County administered 1,956 doses with 246 fully vaccinated.

Page County reports 576 doses with 93 fully vaccinated.

Clinics are available across the Lord Fairfax Health District see if you qualify and schedule an appointment at

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3 PODS open today for vaccinations in the LFHD

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Three Points of Distribution or PODS are opening in the Lord Fairfax Health District today for COVID-19 vaccinations.

Front Royal’s will be at Warren County Health Department‘s Gymnasium at 4565 W. 15 Street.

A POD will be open in the North Lobby at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital 759 S. Main St. Woodstock.

Page Memorial Hospital will offer vaccinations in the main lobby at 200 Memorial Drive Luray.

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