The Kitchener Rangers will be hosting vaccination clinics at two upcoming games this month.
The first is Sunday, March 20 and the second is Sunday, March 27.
Fans can get their first, second or third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Moderna or Pfizer for adults age 30+, and Pfizer for fans age 5-29.
Autographed pucks will also be given out with each vaccination (while supplies last).
The clinic will be set up inside the Subscribers Lounge and is open from 12:30-4:30 p.m. on game day.
The rest of the details were contained in a news release:
COVID-19 is still a serious risk to Waterloo Region.
- Vaccination is very important even if you had COVID-19.
- Compared to people who received 2 or 3 doses of vaccine, unvaccinated people have a higher risk of
- 6 times higher risk of being in the hospital.
- 12 times higher risk of being in the Intensive Care Unit.
- The vaccine protects you, your family and your community.
- 1st and 2nd dose for anyone born in 2016 or earlier
- 3rd dose anyone 18 or older, 84 days after 2nd dose
- Vaccination will stop the spread of COVID-19.
- Nurse on-site to answer your questions about vaccination.