Student vaccine clinic at Juneau Public Health Center Thursday, Sept. 2
The Juneau Public Health Center is holding a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine clinic for students ages 12 years and up this Thursday, September 2, from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Please note: the clinic’s location has been changed – the clinic will be at the Public Health Center, and not at Floyd Dryden Middle School. There’s still time to register here. The clinic is open to any Juneau student 12 years old and up, and their families.
Youth ages 12-17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at the clinic. If a parent or guardian is not able to be at the clinic, a parent permission form (find here) and pre-vaccination screening form (find here) are required to be printed, completed, and sent to the clinic with the child. The permission form provides signed parental consent for the vaccine and the screening form provides vaccinators with important information on the day of the clinic.
Vaccine opportunities for the general public
- The Juneau Public Health Center is also holding its regular weekly vaccine clinic for the general public Thursday, September 2, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Available vaccines are Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson. Sign up here or walk-in.
- Capstone Clinic offers a daily vaccine clinic at the Juneau airport near the baggage claim (Pfizer, Moderna, J&J). Make an appointment at alaska.covidsecureapp.com/vaccine-appointments.html.
- COVID-19 vaccines are also available on a walk-in basis at Costco (Moderna, J&J), Foodland IGA (J&J), Fred Meyer (Moderna), Juneau Urgent & Family Care (Pfizer, J&J), Ron’s Apothecary (J&J), Safeway (J&J, Moderna), and by appointment at Genoa Healthcare (Pfizer) and SEARCH’s Ethel Lund Medical Center (Pfizer, Moderna, J&J).
The Pfizer vaccine is approved for ages 12 and up, and Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are approved for ages 18 and up. Go to juneau.org/vaccine or call 586-6000 for all vaccine availability.