Lane County to Pop Up a Vaccination Clinic at Springfield Station
June 8, 2021
Area residents will have the opportunity to receive a COVID-19 vaccination from Lane County Public Health professionals from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., on June 9, 10 and 11, at Lane Transit District’s (LTD) Springfield Station.
LTD supports community initiatives to encourage residents to get vaccinated for COVID-19. LTD, with Lane County Public Health and 20 other private and nonprofit organizations, launched the Don’t Invite COVID: Follow the Four public awareness campaign in November 2020. Recently, the campaign introduced Vaxana and Vaximillion, local super heroes who are fighting COVID-19 with vaccinations, hand washing, masks, social distancing, and limiting group gatherings.
Vaximillion will be on hand at the Springfield Station clinic to greet and thank community members for receiving the vaccination. To meet Vaxana and Vaximillion, and to learn more about how to fight COVID-19, click here.
“We encourage everyone who is not yet vaccinated to take advantage of this convenient opportunity provided by Lane County,” said Aurora Jackson, LTD’s General Manager. “Receiving a vaccination is as easy as getting on the bus, riding a bike, walking or driving to the Springfield Station to be part of this important health-first initiative that protects us from the virus and helps to return our community and state to pre-pandemic activities.”