Limited number of COVID-19 vaccine appointments to be made available on Tuesday in Allegheny County – WTAE Pittsburgh

Minimal number of COVID-19 vaccine appointments to be provided on Tuesday in Allegheny County
Visits will be for the Castle Shannon vaccine website

COUNTY JAIL AND WE WILL FOLLOW THIS TODAY. KELLY S: ALLEGHENY COUNTY OFFICIALS SAY MORE FIRST DOSE APPOINTMENTS ARE AVAILABLE THIS WEEK AT THE CASTLE SHANNON CLINIC AT THE FIRE DEPARTMENT BANQUET HALL AND– ON LIBRARY ROAD AND ITS SET UP FOR PEOPLE 65 AND OLDER ONLY. THE COUNTIES 211 HOTLINE WILL OPEN AT 9 A.M. TODAY FOR PEOPLE WHO DO NOT HAVE INTERNET SERVICE TO SCHEDULE THEIR

Updated: 8:58 AM EST Feb 23, 2021

CASTLE SHANNON, Pa.– People who do not have access to the internet will have the opportunity to require a restricted variety of first-dose COVID-19 vaccine appointments in Allegheny County starting at 9 a.m. on Tuesday.Those individuals, who must be age 65 and older, will need to make their visits through the 2-1-1 line.
According to a press release from Allegheny County, all of these appointments are for the countys location at the Castle Shannon VFD Banquet Hall at 3600 Library Road.Appointments are required at that location.According to the press release, anybody reaching the site without a visit, or who is not 65 and older, will be turned away.

People who do not have access to the web will have the chance to require a limited number of first-dose COVID-19 vaccine appointments in Allegheny County starting at 9 a.m. on Tuesday.Those people, who should be age 65 and older, will require to make their consultations through the 2-1-1 line.According to a news release from Allegheny County, all of these consultations are for the countys area at the Castle Shannon VFD Banquet Hall at 3600 Library Road.Appointments are required at that location.According to the press release, anybody getting here at the website without a visit, or who is not 65 and older, will be turned away.