The Osage Nation and a south Tulsa church are among groups offering additional opportunities for eligible Oklahomans to get a COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday.
The WahZhaZhe Health Center will have drive-through vaccinations from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Osage Nation Civic Center, 1449 W. Main St., Pawhuska. Native Americans age 30 or older are eligible if they have a patient chart at the health center.
Patients who need to establish a new chart can download a PDF of an Osage Nation Health Services New Patient Application at bit.ly/osagenewpatientapp. The clinic’s vaccine hotline can be reached at 918-287-0076.
Asbury United Methodist Church is starting a series of weekly vaccine clinics in partnership with Passport Health this Saturday.
Eight clinics are set for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, excluding March 5, with a goal of providing 500 COVID-19 vaccinations per day, Asbury said in a statement.
“Asbury is excited to serve our city by providing vaccinations to thousands of people in the coming weeks,” said Jim Davis, director of outreach. “As a missional church, we love the idea of meeting physical needs in addition to spiritual needs.”
Every week, Passport Health will provide Asbury a registration link, which can then be found at Asburytulsa.org. Registration will be week by week, so Asbury encourages anyone who was not able to register for a clinic to check back the next week.
No walk-ins will be accepted.
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