Franciscan Well being Michigan Town is web hosting two COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Michigan Town in partnership with Beacon Well being.

The clinics will happen from 11 a.m. to at least one p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3 on the Franciscan Well being Legacy Campus, 301 W. Homer St. and from 1-3 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7 on the Michigan Town Public Library, 100 E. 4th St.

Pfizer first and 2nd vaccines might be to be had for ages 5 to 11. The ones 12 or older might obtain a primary or 2nd Pfizer vaccine or Pfizer bivalent booster vaccine.

Someone receiving a bivalent booster or 2nd shot from the main sequence of vaccines is eligible to obtain a $50 Visa present card.

The clinics goal to extend schooling and vaccination charges in underserved communities and are made conceivable partially thru a 2021 $3.7 million grant to Beacon Well being from the Well being Assets and Services and products Management. Beacon Well being allotted $164,500 to Franciscan Well being as a sub-recipient of the grant to toughen cell vaccination clinics, neighborhood well being staff and COVID-19 instructional campaigns in underserved communities in LaPorte County.

No pre-registration is important to obtain a vaccine on the clinics. For more info, touch Group Well being Growth Specialist Selena Tinoco at selena.tinoco@franciscanalliance.org or (219) 221-4153.