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GRCC to host second vaccine clinic of winter semester

Pop-up vaccine clinic at GRCC Administration building parking lot featured a visit from First Lady Dr. Jill Biden on 05/27/2021 © Photography by Steve Jessmore, Steve Jessmore Photography

By Tara Black

Grand Rapids Community College is hosting another COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Tuesday, Feb. 15. 

Like the previous clinics, it will be free and both the COVID-19 vaccine and the booster shot will be available. 

The clinic will be held on the fourth floor of Raleigh J. Finkelstein Hall. This is a different location than the previous vaccination clinic. The clinic will be open from 9 a.m to 2 p.m. 

Everyone is welcome to come and get their vaccine as the clinic is open to all students, staff and local community members.

The GRCC vaccination clinics are an opportunity for students, employees and community members to obtain a vaccine,” said GRCC Communications Director Dave Murray. 

GRCC makes sure this is a safe environment and space for everyone who chooses to come and get their vaccine or booster shot on the campus. 

“GRCC partners with the state of Michigan to conduct the clinics, and we’re proud to be able to play a role in helping our community work through the pandemic,“ Murray said.

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