McConchie Teams Up with Algonquin, Walgreens to Offer Free COVID-19 Clinic for Anyone 12 -Years-Old and Over

Illinois Senate Republican Leader Dan McConchie (R-Hawthorn Woods) is partnering with the Village of Algonquin and Walgreens to offer two free COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics at Algonquin Public Works on May 15, and June 5, 2021.

Anyone ages 12 years-old and older is eligible to come receive their first Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine this Saturday, May 15.

“The clinic is open to anyone, but we are especially encouraging our local residents who have not received a shot to take advantage of this free and safe opportunity to help us get our community vaccinated,” McConchie said. “COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on our public health and economy in the 26th District. This clinic is an opportunity to help us move forward in defeating this deadly virus.”

1st Shot Clinic

Saturday, May 15, 2021
9 am to 4 pm
Algonquin Public Works, 110 Meyer Dr., Algonquin, IL 60102.

2nd Shot Clinic

Saturday, June 5, 2021
9 am to 4 pm
Algonquin Public Works, 110 Meyer Dr., Algonquin, IL 60102.

“We are pleased to partner with Illinois Senate Republican Leader McConchie for this vaccine event which will bring much needed access to the residents of Algonquin and the surrounding areas,” said Rina Shah, group vice president, Pharmacy Operations and Services, Walgreens.

Anyone ages 12 years-old and older is eligible to come receive their first Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine on May 15, and their second on June 5. People wanting to receive the shot should make sure they are available to attend both clinics.

“Last year our Public Works Staff created plans using the Public Works Facility to distribute the vaccine to area residents,” said Debby Sosine, president, Algonquin Village. “We are very excited to be expediting these plans in a partnership with Senate Republican Leader Dan McConchie for this vaccine event which will bring an easy, local and safe location for our Algonquin residents and the surrounding areas to receive the vaccine.”

Insurance and proof of identification will not be required to receive a vaccination. Participants can book an appointment ahead of time online and walk-in vaccinations will also be available.

More information here or book an appointment here. 

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