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LSUHS COVID-19 Community Vaccine Site Receives Visit & Thank You from Governor John Bel Edwards

Governor John Bel Edwards visited Louisiana’s first mass community vaccine clinic to see firsthand just how well the community effort involving LSU Health Shreveport faculty, students and staff, Region 7 Office of Public Health, Louisiana National Guard, BPCC nursing students, CHRISTUS Shreveport-Bossier Health System and Willis-Knighton Health System is working. Governor Edwards praised all those involved in the community vaccine clinic and interacted with many of those in line to receive the vaccine.

Those in Priority Group 1B Tier One, which includes individuals 65 and above, along with COVID Emergency Response Personnel, Local Emergency Response and Law Enforcement are currently able to receive the vaccine. Locations and availability are updated daily on this website. While pre-registration is preferred, it is NOT required. The goal of this community vaccine site is for every eligible citizen to get the vaccine as soon as possible. 

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Governor Edwards with woman who just received the COVID19 vaccine
Healthcare workers in a tent
Governor Edwards speaks with healthcare worker seated at table
Dr. Vancheirre, Governor Edwards, Dr. Ghali

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