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Coral Springs To Bring “Pop Up” Vaccination Sites To Neighborhoods



CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Coral Springs is preparing to bring Covid-19 vaccines to elderly residents living in some of the city’s low-income neighborhoods.

As early as this week, city staff will operate temporary vaccination sites for residents 65 and older who have challenges going online to schedule vaccine appointments and getting transportation to the vaccine sites, said Lynne Martzall, the city’s director of communications and marketing.

The first appointment-only “pop-up” site is expected to be at Lions Park on Riverside Drive.

Residents getting inoculated there will be pre-selected by social workers, victim advocates, and clergy leaders who are part of First Church of Coral Springs at 8650 West Sample Road, James S. Hunt Elementary School at 7800 NW 35th Court, and other nearby organizations.

More sites will be set up in other neighborhoods as additional vaccine supplies arrive, Martzall said.

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