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Frist Art Museum will hold Vaccination Day next weekend

Kelleigh Michanichou

NASHVILLE, TN —As the COVID-19 cases in Tennessee are rising, the Nashville government encourages everyone to get their vaccine whenever possible. Metro Public Health Department along with Frist Art Museum is back with Vaccination Day, by providing a COVID-19 vaccination spot for Nashville residents on the Frist Café.

The vaccination program will be held on Saturday, Aug. 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Frist Café in Frist Art Museum, free of charge and no insurance needed. The two-dose Pfizer and the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be available at the Frist Art Museum. Currently, the Pfizer vaccine has been approved to use for children age 12 and older, but those children age 12 to 15 need their parent or guardian’s consent.

Those who have received the first dose of Pfizer on Aug. 7 at the Frist Museum are eligible to get their second dose on Aug. 28.

This vaccination program is available due to the partnership with Metro Health Department and nurse Ebony for coordinating the Vaccination Day in Frist Art Museum. Nurses Kathy, Brenda, and Shaun will be on-site at the Frits Museum Vaccination Day to help administer the vaccines.

The Vaccination Day by Metro Health Department and Frist Art Museum is free for all eligible Nashville residents to get their vaccines. Head down to the Frist Art Museum on Aug. 28 to get the COVID-19 vaccine and help increase the vaccination rates in Tennessee. By getting the vaccine, people can also protect those around them and themselves.

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