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Update on COVID-19 Vaccine Virtual Town Hall, Vaccine Information and More for the 34th District

Normally in the spring, I hold in-person town hall meetings in each corner of the district. These town halls allow me to meet and talk with many of you about the issues that matter to you. While we as a country are working our way back to normal, we must still make use of technology to meet. Just as I have many times during the last year, I will not allow COVID-19 to keep us from connecting – so I’ve been hosting a series of virtual town hall meetings.

My next virtual town hall to talk with you will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 13. At this time, we hope to focus on COVID-19 vaccines and provide the information everyone needs in order to get vaccinated if they chose to do so. We will be joined by Alison Beam, the acting secretary for the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The panel and I will talk directly with you, answering your questions and addressing your comments and concerns.

To participate, you can sign up at www.senatorcorman.com/access-live to receive a telephone call at the time of the event or live stream the video.

I look forward to talking with you on the call.

PA Accelerates Vaccine Schedule/Vaccine Options in the 34th

The COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force and the Pennsylvania Department of Health announced recently that the timetable for vaccine eligibility has been accelerated. As a result, state residents who work in law enforcement, grocery stores, the food and agriculture industries and firefighters are now eligible to receive the vaccine.

All residents in Phase 1B are eligible to begin scheduling vaccination appointments, and all residents in Phase 1C can start scheduling appointments Monday, April 12. A breakdown of individuals included in the various phases is available here.

All other state residents can start scheduling appointments to be vaccinated beginning on April 19.

There are vaccine options available in the 34th District. They include:

  • Bryce Jordan Center – Eligible residents can schedule an appointment at pema.trackmyvaccine.com.
  • Centre Volunteers in Medicine – Upcoming clinics are scheduled for the Bryce Jordan Center and Penns Valley High School. To be considered for an appointment at a vaccination clinic, you must add your name to their waiting list.  This can be done by filling out the on-line waiting list form. https://cvim.net/

 

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