It is known as “Every One Will get One,” and it is occurring 11:30 a.m. to three:30 p.m. Saturday at Jacksonville’s Gateway City Middle.
It implies that any caregiver who brings somebody 65 or older to get a COVID-19 vaccine on the federal vaccination web site at 5000-7 Norwood Ave. can get one as properly.
And meaning any caregiver, no matter age, stated Sen. Audrey Gibson, D-Jacksonville, who posted the four-hour “Honey drippers and ice cream” occasion on her Facebook page.
“The concept of ‘Every One Will get One’ permits a person who cares for a 65 or older senior and brings them to get vaccinated can get vaccinated additionally,” Gibson stated.
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The four-hour occasion is authorized by the state for less than the Gateway facility, in response to FEMA. Caregivers who should not getting paid for serving to somebody over 65 are certified to get the vaccine shot together with the particular person they help, FEMA stated.
All college personnel also can get vaccinated no matter age, though they’ve to point out proof of employment. The positioning additionally provides vaccinations to legislation enforcement and firefighters age 50 and over, once more with their work ID.