Those who missed appointments can come back Saturday at 10:30 a.m.
AURORA, Colo. — A COVID-19 vaccine clinic outside the Aurora Municipal Center closed early due to a severe thunderstorm underway in the area, according to a tweet from the city.
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People who had an appointment later than 1 p.m. can come back on Saturday, May 8 at 10:30 a.m. to receive their shot, said the city.
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The clinic was a part of a series of equity clinics designed to make the COVID-19 vaccine accessible and easy for everyone — especially in underserved populations.
More clinics will happen every Saturday and Sunday starting on May 8 and 9.
COVID-19 resources for the city of Aurora can be found here, including a link with information on how to sign up for future equity clinics.
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