In this Dec. 24 photo, Arsenio “Pastor” Credo receives the Moderna coronavirus vaccine from nurse Courtney Taber at the Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium’s Ethel Lund Medical Center. (Michael S. Lockett / Juneau Empire File)

In this Dec. 24 photo, Arsenio “Pastor” Credo receives the Moderna coronavirus vaccine from nurse Courtney Taber at the Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium’s Ethel Lund Medical Center. (Michael S. Lockett / Juneau Empire File)

City shares instructions for making vaccination appointment

Registration for the clinic opens Monday.

The City and Borough of Juneau shared step-by-step instructions for signing up to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in the city’s upcoming vaccination clinic.

Sign-ups for the clinic open at noon Monday, according to CBJ. People 65 and older and health care workers are eligible to receive vaccinations at the clinic scheduled for Feb.11-12 at Centennial Hall. People are encouraged to sign up online at Once at that site on Monday, people will have the ability to select “Make an appointment,” which will begin the process of making an appointment.

Vaccine recipients must also be available for a second dose of vaccine 21 days later, according to the city.

The city previously announced about 100 call-in spots will be set aside for people unable to sign up online. People can call 586-6000 starting at noon Monday to make an appointment.

For people signing up online, the city recommends using a desktop or laptop computer or a tablet. Firefox, Safari and Chrome are recommended browsers, according to CBJ. The city advises against using Microsoft Edge.

Read the city’s full 10-page instructions below:

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

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