AUGUSTA, Ga. (WFXG) – Augusta Transit will host the Richmond County Public Health Department’s COVID-19 Mobile Vaccination Clinic on Thursday, June 3, to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and provide equitable access to the vaccine.
The mobile clinic will be located at the Broad Street Transfer Center and will be held from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m.
City officials say the clinic is open to anyone who has not received a COVID-19 vaccination, and that riders of public transport, walk-in tours and drive-ins are the most common. welcome.
The clinic will offer the Moderna two-dose or Johnson & Johnson one-dose vaccine. The second dose Moderna vaccine will be available to those who received their first dose on Thursday, May 6.
According to Augusta Transit, there will be no charge to receive a vaccination, and identification documents are not required but preferable.
Those who need a vaccination should allow 15 minutes for check-in and must wait at the transfer station for 20 minutes after receiving the vaccine, city officials said.
All trips, regardless of the reason, on Augusta Transit buses remain free during the month of June, according to Augusta Transit. City officials have also said face masks will be needed when driving buses and at the Broad Street transfer center.
Due to the requirement to wear a mask, eating and drinking are prohibited on Augusta Transit buses, officials said.
To find a bus line near you and the bus timetables, you can go to augustatransit.com, download the Augusta Transit “MyAT Augusta” app or call 706-821-1719 from 6 am to 6 pm, Monday to Saturday.
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