Irwin Army Community Hospital offering walk-in vaccine clinic for those 75 and older

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Inside the “clamshell,” a tension fabric structure outside of IACH. Normally used as a rehab site for soldiers, this is where the vaccines will be administered to Fort Riley soldiers. (Photo by Nick McNamara)

Fort Riley’s Irwin Army Community Hospital is offering a walk-in COVID-19 vaccine clinic today from 10:30 am. to 2 p.m.

The clinic is open to beneficiaries 75 and older and will take place at the tension fabric structure (the clamshell) west of the hospital.

Appointments can also be scheduled by calling 785-240-7265 by leaving your name and phone number. As vaccine supply becomes available, hospital staff are returning calls to those who have indicated interest to minimize delay between the shipment arrival and vaccination.

The hospital says vaccines will be offered to beneficiaries aged 65 to 74 when they are able to move to the next phase.

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