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City, MHC to bring mobile vaccine clinics to campus, FLC
September 8, 2021
The City of Medicine Hat, together with Medicine Hat College, will host two mobile vaccination clinics for residents and students.
The mobile vaccine clinic will be open to anyone over the age of 12 who is now eligible to receive their first or second dose. Upon receiving your vaccine, you will receive proof of your vaccination. All residents who receive the vaccine will be eligible for the $100 incentive announced by the Government of Alberta.
“It is concerning to everyone in our community to see the increase in active case counts,” said Merrick Brown, Director of Emergency Management for the City of Medicine Hat. “We are urging everyone who is eligible in our city to please get vaccinated.”
“Receiving the first and second dose is important to keeping ourselves, our fellow students and staff safe,” said Lesley Tuchscherer, Manager of Occupational Health and Safety at Medicine Hat College. “If you’re eligible and have yet to receive your immunization, please visit the mobile clinic or book an appointment.”
The mobile clinic will be available to students and residents on the following dates:
Friday, September 10
Medicine Hat College – Brooks Campus
200 Horticultural Station Road East
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Medicine Hat College – Medicine Hat Campus
299 College Drive SE
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Drop-in sessions and appointments are available. To book an appointment at a college clinic, visit https://www.acesomedical.ca/bookings.
Saturday, September 11
Family Leisure Centre
2000 Division Avenue N 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Drop-in sessions are available
Please note that current masking requirements remain in effect.
The mobile clinic will be hosted by 19 to Zero, a coalition of public health experts and other professionals, working to shift public perception around COVID-19 behaviours and vaccination. The City is reminding residents to take basic steps to protect themselves and their loved ones from all respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19 and influenza.
- Stay home when sick
- Wash and sanitize hands often
- Cover coughs and sneezes
- Avoid touching your face, nose, mouth or unwashed hands
- Clean and disinfect surfaces that are frequently touched
For college and county COVID-19 resources, please visit: