Juneau: Feb. 11-12 clinic is at Centennial Hall (despite what confirmation email says) & How to get on the waitlist
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All appointments for the February 11-12 COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at Centennial Hall are booked. Due to potential cancellations and/or no-shows, the City and Borough of Juneau Emergency Operations Center is looking for individuals eligible to receive a vaccine under the updated guidance to sign up for a waitlist for the February 11-2 clinic at Centennial Hall.

In order to get on the waitlist, you must:
  • be eligible to receive a vaccine under the updated guidance
  • be willing to come to Centennial Hall within 40 minutes of receiving a call tomorrow, February 11, or Friday, February 12

If you want a COVID-19 vaccine and fit these requirements, go to juneau.org/vaccine and fill out the waitlist form. If you do not use internet, please call 586-6000 to get on the waitlist. Care providers who would facilitate transportation may fill this form out on behalf of someone else. Please use the name of the individual who is eligible for vaccination. The waitlist form will be taken down once a sufficient number of people have signed up.

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Please do not come to Centennial Hall this weekend unless you have a confirmed appointment or unless you receive a phone call.

Those with confirmed appointments, the confirmation email you received indicates the venue/location as Bartlett Regional Hospital. Bartlett Regional Hospital is one of the clinic organizers, but the clinic location will be at Centennial Hall, 101 Egan Drive. CBJ apologizes for any confusion that may cause. Again, your vaccine appointment is at Centennial Hall. Other clinic organizers are Juneau Public Health Center and Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska.

For more information, email covidquestions@juneau.org.stats

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