protect your family,
protect your community.
In order to rapidly reach communitywide immunity and get on the road to public health, economic recovery and a return to normalcy, Arizona must ensure all individuals disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 virus get prioritized access to the vaccine. The Equality Health Foundation, Herozona Foundation, diverse community stakeholders and public-private partners believe a community-based Point of Dispensing (POD) system that is fair and equitable is critical to achieving this vision. We are in this fight against the deadly virus together.
Tuesday, June 22
2 pm - 8 pm
Christown Spectrum Mall
Southeast Mall Entrance, Near Theatres
Providing the Pfizer** and Johnson & Johnson* Vaccines. COVID-19 testing also available.
First 250 to register for a vaccine will receive or Scratcher for a chance to win $10k or Movie Ticket.1
1. Must register in advance, check in at your designated time and receive a vaccine at the site to receive gift. You must be 21 years or older to receive lottery ticket. One lottery or movie ticket per vaccinated person, while supplies last.
*All individuals 18 and older are eligible for the vaccine.
**All children ages 12-17 are eligible for the Pfizer vaccine. While supplies last.
For more information and to register call:
What You Should Know
Help fight COVID-19 and keep your
family safe with the COVID-19 vaccine.
Vaccines are one of the most effective tools to protect your health and prevent disease from spreading. The COVID-19 vaccine is available to children and teens ages 12 and older. To learn more about keeping your family safe with the COVID-19 vaccine, click here.
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Community Voices Sharing What the COVID-19 Vaccine Means to Them
We talked to community members and asked them what the COVID-19 vaccine means to them. “For me, it’s an opportunity to go back and work with my community,” said Felicia Ruiz.
We talked to community members and asked them what the COVID-19 vaccine means to them. “Now that I am vaccinated, I feel better about any opportunity to be with my family members and keep them safe,” said Brian Watson.
We asked community members to share a message about why the COVID-19 vaccine is important to them and the community. “This is our hope,” says Dennis Prince.
We talked to college students and asked them to share a message about the COVID-19 vaccine with the community. “Think about others,” said Caleb Blackmon.
The COVID-19 vaccine is important to do your part in keeping your loved ones safe. Aura Jessica Ruiz, Walgreens Pharmacist, urges you to get the vaccine. “I’ve had family members who have unfortunately passed away from COVID-19. I wish that I could see them again, but I can’t,” says Aura.
40% of adults in Arizona have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, but we can do better. Leaders are encouraging our community to get the COVID-19 vaccine so we can return to normal activities with friends and family. This is your shot to protect yourself, protect your loved ones, and protect your community.
We talked to community member Brenda Hankins and asked her what the COVID-19 vaccine means to her. “It’s the best thing to do for myself, my family and my community,” Brenda says. To learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine, visit https://bit.ly/2N9mcui.
We talked to community member Sonya Robinson and asked her to share a message about the COVID-19 vaccine with the community. “Have no fear,” Sonya says. To learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine, visit https://bit.ly/2N9mcui.
We talked to community member Tony Franklin about what the COVID-19 vaccine means to him. “It means hope.”
The COVID-19 vaccine is a chance for our community to get back to a sense of normalcy. Each week, we will be highlighting community voices to share what this vaccine means to them.