Prosser Memorial Health wants you to know if you're eligible for the vaccination

The vaccine is available to anyone 65 and older, and all people 50 and older who also live in a multigenerational household. The current phase includes health care workers at high risk for COVID-19 infection, first responders, educators, and school staff for prekindergarten through 12th grade, and child-care workers, people who live or work in long-term care facilities, and all other workers in health settings who are at risk of COVID-19

This Saturday they want you to know they have openings for the Johnson & Johnson vaccination at Housel Middle School in Prosser between the hours of 8:00 am - 2:45 pm and you'll need to pre-register yourself

Those qualifying under current Washington State phase guidelines can schedule an appointment online at For more information, please call Prosser Memorial Health Communications Director Shannon Hitchcock on the dedicated COVID-19 Vaccine number, 509.788.6035. Additional COVID-19 resources can be found at

If you are wanting to get to vaccination keep your eyes open on social media, I saw yesterday there was a situation over in Toppenish where the cooler that stored vaccinations went out and so they were asking people, regardless of age, to come on down and get yourself a vaccination before they went bad. Not saying this type of thing is happening all over the place but over at the Sundome they have just opened up a massive vaccination site and there are many more across the state if you are ready.

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