Drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination appointments available to Milwaukee’s underserved communities
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – The Findley Foundation says COVID-19 vaccinations are being made available to people in Milwaukee’s vulnerable and underserved communities.
According to a press release, the free drive-thru vaccination program is open to Wisconsin residents who are healthcare workers, firefighters, police officers or people at least 65-years-old.
The program is targeting people who may not have access to regular primary care.
Vaccinations are being provided at the Findley Foundation’s family medical clinic, 530 S. 11th St., Milwaukee. Currently, the clinic has capabilities to give 200-500 vaccines per week.
Appointments can be made on the Findley Foundation website.