Free COVID-19 Vaccinations and Education in Twining Park
Come learn, get vaccinated, and celebrate health!
July 15, 2021
Throughout July, a collaborative community health team will be offering pop-up COVID-19 vaccine information and clinic sessions at the Twining Park and Badger State Trail Park Shelter in Monroe, at 425 14th Avenue, with the goal of providing health education and community health opportunities to Green County and local Hispanic residents. The information and clinic sessions will take place in the park shelter across from the Veracruz Mexican Market.
Dates, times, and age groups that are eligible for vaccination at the pop-up clinics: Friday, July 30, 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m., 12+.
Individuals will be able to choose which COVID-19 vaccine they receive – Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, or Pfizer.
Individuals do not need to make an appointment, do not need to pre-register or have an ID, proof of residence, or health insurance to participate. The vaccine is completely free. People with health insurance, however, are encouraged to bring their insurance card so that insurance can be billed for administrative costs (the price of operating the clinic).
Limited transportation assistance is available through Veracruz Mexican Market. Individuals in need of transportation to these pop-up clinics can call (608) 325-4907. Spanish translation will also be available at each of the information and clinic sessions.
Community members will have the opportunity to get vaccinated and/or learn more about the COVID-19 vaccines. Knowledgeable staff will be on-site to answer any questions about the vaccines. Community members in attendance will further be able to enjoy music and free tacos for the first 100 participants! There will also be a $25 gas card raffle.
For more information on the COVID-19 vaccine, please monitor the Green County Public Health website: https://gcpublichealth.org/, and Facebook page, the DHS website at https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/ for updates, and follow @DHSWI on Facebook and Twitter, or dhs.wi on Instagram. Additional information can be found on the CDC website at https://www.cdc.gov.