JCC McVean gym will hold vaccine clinic on Tuesday

Jennifer A. Pelton, director of Adult Services at Transitional Living Services in Watertown, is vaccinated Dec. 30 for COVID-19. Sydney Schaefer/Watertown Daily Times

WATERTOWN — The Jefferson County collaborative COVID-19 clinic at Jefferson Community College has opened registration for vaccine appointments from 8 a.m. to noon Wednesday.

According to a news release Jefferson County Board of Legislators Chairman Scott A. Gray, the clinic will be distributing first-dose shots of the Moderna vaccine. Registration is available online at jcphs.org, and all currently eligible populations in New York state can sign up.

People aged 65 and older without reliable internet access can call the county Office for the Aging to make an appointment at 315-785-3191.

The clinic also offers a sign-up list for additional doses in the event more vaccines are received than appointments made. Those interested can sign up at hidrb.com/signup.

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