Bethlehem Health Bureau Announces Additional COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
The Bethlehem Health Bureau has scheduled additional COVID-19 vaccine clinics through the month of January. These clinics are open to health care personnel (1A priority group) in the City of Bethlehem and in Northampton County. Health care personnel in this group include licensed medical professionals and care staff as well as home health agency staff. To schedule an appointment for one of the upcoming clinics, please click on the registration link for the clinic you plan to attend.
The dates and registration links for the upcoming clinics are as follows:
The Bethlehem Health Bureau is expected to receive vaccine shipments on a weekly basis. Following the distribution to the priority 1A group, the health bureau will provide vaccines to additional groups, including first responders and essential workers. Timing of the vaccine for the general public is not yet known at this time. The Bethlehem Health Bureau will continue to provide updates as to when the vaccine will be made available to additional groups.
Edward J. Gallagher, Bethlehem immigrant, retired, nearly 50 years as Professor of American Literature at Lehigh University, known as "Dr. G" and "Conan the Grammarian" to students, whose virtual world avatar "EdwardScholarhands" stares at you here, has reinvented himself as the Bethlehem Gadfly.
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