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Gateway180 Partnering with Regional Response Team and St. Louis Children’s Hospital to Provide Vaccines to Homeless
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Gateway180 Partnering with Regional Response Team and St. Louis Children’s Hospital to Provide Vaccines to Homeless

St. Louis, Missouri – July 12th, 2021 – This Saturday, July 17th, from 10 A.M. until 12 P.M., the Regional Response Team & St. Louis Children’s Hospital will be providing COVID-19 vaccines at Gateway180 to interested individuals residing in shelter, as well as staff. The vaccines available will include the Johnson & Johnson and the Pfizer vaccine.  The same team will return to Gateway180 in mid-August to administer the second Pfizer dose. 

 

Before vaccinations begin, Dr. Nathanial Nolan, an infectious disease doctor with BJC, will be onsite to conduct a Vaccine Education and Q&A Event for all interested at 9:30 A.M.  Vaccines will be available on-site, taking place on the first floor.  This education and service is available for both staff and clients. Currently, the vaccine is not mandatory for staff and those staying in shelter at Gateway180.   

 

Founded in 1977, Gateway180 is the largest emergency family shelter in the state of Missouri and is located at 1000 N. 19th Street, St. Louis, MO 63106. 

 

Contact:

Emily Elking

eelking@gatewayhomeless.org

Ph: 314-899-5233

gateway180.org

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