Mothers In Action along with Team Bozé from The Los Angeles Department of Public Health Mobile Clinic hosted a Covid Vaccination Clinic at the offices of the Los Angeles Sentinel on Crenshaw Blvd. on Friday, June 25, 2021. The vaccination clinic administered the Pfizer vaccine for ages 12 & up.
“We know the importance of providing access to COVID-19 vaccinations in the Crenshaw District to help ensure our young people can return to life, work, family, school and extracurricular in person activities safer,” stated Tracy Mitchell, president of Mothers in Action
The next vaccine pop up will be held on July 16, 2021, once again in the Los Angeles Sentinel parking lot located at 3800 S. Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90008 from 10:00am – 2:30pm. The clinic will be available for those who just received their first vaccination to receive their second shot as well administer a 1st shot to anyone looking to get vaccinated. Walk ups are welcomed but appointments are encouraged to help us prepare properly for the volume of people that would like to be vaccinated.
Those wishing to make an appointment should email [email protected] . Those scheduling an appointment will need to provide their name, phone number, date of birth and an email address. You can also call to make an appointment. Those wishing to make an appointment or if you have questions can call (323) 290-0456 both 2nd and 1st doses will be provided.
The majority of people receiving a vaccination at the June 25 event were youth preparing to return to school for in person learning in the fall.
Everyone vaccinated will receive $50 once 2nd shot is received and they were automatically entered into a $500,000 drawing.
Mothers In Action would like to give a special thanks to Team Bozé’ medical staff of LA Dept of Public Health, The Mother’s in Action village of volunteers and staff that assisted with operating the site, their community partners at Council District 10 (Councilmember Mark Ridley-Thomas) and Council District 9 (Councilmember Curren Price) that provided in-kind support for the site and everyone who came out and participated in the event to ensure our community is safer and stronger as we begin to return back to normalcy and fight off the effects of this global pandemic.