Free Covid-19 Vaccines at Downtown Library
The Chattanooga Public Library is offering free, walk-in vaccines at its Downtown Library.
Lifespring Community Health and the Chattanooga Office of Community Health are administering free vaccines at the Chattanooga Public Library. According to Dr. Mary Lambert, the City’s Director of Community Health, this initiative aims to reach city residents in a familiar place that is comfortable and convenient.
“We are thrilled to take part in the City’s vaccine initiative,” said Library Executive Director Corinne Hill. “Our Library strives to provide the public with whatever they need, whether that’s a book, a tool, or a vaccine. And, this isn’t our first time assisting with public health. In 2019, when the state was seeing an increase in Hepatitis A cases, we teamed up with the Hamilton County Health Department to offer vaccines then.”
Free COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots will be available on a walk-in basis in the Downtown Library Auditorium every Monday from 3 pm to 5 pm and every Friday from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm. Identification is not required for the vaccine.
Additionally, there are other vaccine clinics in Chattanooga. Click here to find a list of them on the Hamilton County Health Department’s website.
The City plans to offer additional vaccine clinics at the Library in the future, so please stay tuned for more information and announcements.
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