The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) of Windham County Vermont is collaborating with the Vermont Department of Health (VDH) to provide access to and prioritize the equitable vaccination for COVID-19 of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) folks. Brattleboro is one of the sites in the State dedicated to the BIPOC community.
A BIPOC-specific Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine clinic will be held:
Date: Saturday, April 10
Time: two ranges of time 9:00am-11:00pm and 4:00pm-6:00pm
Location: School for International Training (SIT)/World Learning campus, 1 Kipling Road in Brattleboro. The clinic will be in the Lowry International Center on campus (Follow the COVID-19 Vaccine signs to get there).
To schedule your vaccine appointment, contact Wichie Artu
- by a contact form https://forms.gle/Drqxcq5gsBftvHDMA
- by email vicepresident@windhamNAACP.org
- by phone (802) 297-7832
Presently, any person of color age 18 and over is eligible to make an appointment.
Household members (BIPOC or not) are eligible and can also make an appointment to get vaccinated.
Free transportation to/from the clinic is provided by the Department of Health if you register by April 8.
Interpretation services at the appointment can also be provided by the Department of Health if you register by April 8.