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Make the Road Nevada and Touro University are teaming up for a free vaccine clinic event this Thursday, February 24th, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm inside our office. All three COVID-19 vaccinations will be available fo adults and children 12+. The flu shot will also be available.

The Vaccine Clinic event will be take place at our Make the Road Nevada office: 

4250 East Bonanza Road Suite 20

Las Vegas NV 89110

All guests are required to wear masks at all times. We ask members to form a line outside suite 20 until a staff member is ready to let them in to get vaccinated. No more than 20 people will be allowed in the office, which includes staff. We are trying to provide a comfortable and safe environment for all those in attendance. A form will need to be filled out for Touro University to administer the vaccine. No identification is required.

Although it is not required to sign up for the event, we encourage members to fill out the form below to keep track of the number of people attending.

Vaccine Clinic Event:https://bit.ly/MRNVvaccineClinicEvent

We hope to see you there. Let’s get Nevada vaccinated!

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Visit our resources page and COVID-19 page for more information.

Not able to make it to the event? 

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As the number of COVID-19 rises in our state, according to the latest reports, it’s important to remember to get tested as soon as possible if you are experiencing the following symptoms:

  • Fever 
  • Cough
  • nasal congestion
  • sore or scratchy throat
  • dry cough
  • lower back pain 

The CDC has recently changed its quarantine days from 10 days to 5 days. The shortened quarantine is because the virus occurs early in the course of illness, generally in the 1-2 days prior and to onset of symptoms and the 2-3 days after. Those who have tested positive but aren’t sick can return to work. However, those ill must stay home and no longer receive COVID-19 relief pay.  

“As a working-class, it is hard not to receive relief pay because I live paycheck to paycheck,” said Itzel Hernandez, our Health Equity Organizer. 

Not everyone is asymptomatic, and those who test positive should refrain from going out and remain home to keep others safe and stop the spread of Covid and other variants. 

Many places currently have a three-hour wait period for testing. Be sure to set an appointment with a clinic or pharmacy near you. 

https://bit.ly/vaccinekids

https://bit.ly/BoosterDoses

https://bit.ly/CovidTestingSitesReopening

The new Omicron Variant has been said to spread much faster than other variants and tends to be less severe.

Make the Road Nevada strives to inform our community and provide resources during these times. It is important to keep in mind that although the vaccine does not prevent people from getting COVID-19, It does help reduce symptoms, so the illness does not attack the body as aggressively as those who are not vaccinated. 

Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for upcoming vaccination clinics, and check out https://www.immunizenevada.org/ for more information.

To learn more and access resources about Covid, check out our website’s resources: https://maketheroadnv.org/resources/

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Our offices are closed, but our team will remain available through email at amigxs@maketheroadnv.org or phone at (702) 907-1560. Leave a voicemail with your full name, contact information, and one of our organizers will call you back.

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