Fetter Health Care Network (Fetter) announced it will continue hosting COVID-19 vaccination clinics to distribute the vaccine in accordance with SC DHEC guidelines for Phase 1 distribution on Wednesday, Jan. 27. According to SC DHEC, Phase 1 includes distribution of the vaccine to healthcare workers, persons over the age of 70, mission-critical government employees, long-term care facility residents and staff, and parents who are home caregivers of a child who is medically fragile or complex or severely disabled.
The clinic will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 27 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Royal Missionary Baptist (4761 Luella Ave., North Charleston, SC 29405). Fetter plans to give vaccines on a first-come, first-serve basis at the clinic site. Vaccinations will only be provided to persons who meet the Phase 1 criteria, as designated by SC DHEC.
Persons who qualify to receive the vaccine should complete an on-site registration upon arrival. Those anticipating a vaccine should bring personal identification in order to verify they are 70 years of age or older, or proof of employment, as well as, insurance cards, if applicable. For additional information on Fetter’s COVID-19 vaccination clinics, visit FetterCovid19Screening.Org/vaccine-clinic.
“We are continuing to work with community partners to get the vaccine in those vulnerable areas of our communities,” said Aretha R. Powers (Jones), CEO of Fetter. “Collaboration is key to our success and we are grateful to be a part of the solution.”
Fetter will continue providing updates on its COVID-19 vaccination and testing through its social media channel and website. For more information on Fetter’s health care services and locations, visit FetterHealthCare.org.