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Health Department Makes Temporary Time Changes to Vaccination Centers

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The Virgin Islands Department of Health’s Community Vaccination Centers on St. Croix and St. Thomas will be closed on Oct. 11 in observance of Virgin Islands-Puerto Rico Friendship Day. Normal hours of operation will resume on Oct. 12, 2021.

On Oct. 7 and Oct. 8, the Community Vaccination Center on St. Thomas will close at 1 p.m. Distribution for the $250 gift cards will also end at 1 p.m.

Also, on Oct. 18, the center on St. Croix will operate from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. On Oct. 22, the center on St. Thomas will operate from 8 a.m. 2 p.m. This temporary change in hours of operation will allow staff to attend a mandatory training to better serve the community.

Anyone 12 and older can get the COVID-19 vaccine by walking into any of our Community Vaccination Centers, by calling 777-8227 or by scheduling an appointment online at www.covid19usvi.com/vaccines

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St. Croix’s Community Vaccination Center is located at the Nissan Center on St. Croix, which is in La Grande Princesse, adjacent to the Honda Dealership and The Paint Shop, on the same side of the street as Food Town.

On St. Thomas the Community Vaccination Center is located at the Community Health Clinic on the 2nd floor at the Schneider Regional Medical Center.

To keep up with the latest information, including COVID-19 and vaccine data, visit the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Health Facebook page or the website at www.covid19usvi.com. For COVID-19 health information alerts, text COVID19USVI to 888777.

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