People take advantage of vaccine clinic at Mequon City Hall
MEQUON (CBS 58) — As cases rise, there is a push to get the vaccine out into the community, including to people who may be more hesitant to get the shot .
Clinics are being held in different locations to provide better access to the vaccine.
Jo Steinberg is the CEO of Midland Health.
She has partnered with the City of Mequon to hold vaccine clinics at city hall.
In addition to administering vaccine, Midland Health also conducts COVID testing. She says the phone is ringing off the hook right now for people wanting to be tested.
That’s why she’s encouraging people to get the vaccine.
“There’s a lot of people who have been fighting on the internet to schedule an appointment, many people don’t know how to schedule an appointment and if we make it available to them and if we staff it appropriately, people will come,” said Steinberg.
Steinberg says another clinic will be held at Mequon City Hall on Tuesday, April 13 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.