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Bartlett Regional Hospital pharmacist Chris Sperry holds a vial of COVID-19 vaccine on Dec. 15.

Michael S. Lockett / Juneau Empire Bartlett Regional Hospital pharmacist Chris Sperry holds a vial of COVID-19 vaccine on Dec. 15.

City announces vaccination clinic dates

Registration opens Monday.

City and Borough of Juneau’s next COVID-19 vaccine clinic will be Feb. 11-12, the city announced.

Registration for the clinic open to residents 65 and older and health care workers will open at noon on Monday, Feb. 1 at juneau.org/vaccine, the city said in a Wednesday afternoon news release. Those who are unable to sign up online can call 586-6000 to make an appointment About 100 appointments have been set aside for call-ins.

The clinic will take place at Centennial Hall, according to the city, and about 1,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine will be distributed over two days.

[City reports zero new cases on Wednesday]

People who sign up for the clinic must be available to receive a second dose of the vaccine March 4-5, according to the city.

A portion of Juneau’s monthly vaccine allocation from the state is being reserved for homebound seniors, according to the city. People in that population do not need to make an appointment. Public Health is coordinating with agencies that serve this population to set up vaccine appointments.

For February, the community of Juneau will be getting around 1,100 Pfizer doses and 500 Moderna doses from the state of Alaska, according to the city. This is where they’re going:

1,100 Pfizer doses for the Feb. 11-12 clinic and homebound seniors

300 Moderna doses to Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium

100 Moderna doses to state-enrolled provider Ron’s Apothecary Shoppe

100 Moderna doses to state-enrolled provider Safeway Pharmacy

Dates for appointment dates at Ron’s Apothecary and Safeway have not yet been announced.

To make an appointment

Sign-ups for the Feb. 11-12 vaccine clinic open at noon on Monday. Register online at juneau.org/vaccine. People who cannot sign up online can call 586-6000.

• Contact the Juneau Empire newsroom at (907)308-4895.

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