Hey, Saint Louis! Do you need a new coronavirus vaccine? This is your chance!

[St

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Louis times] under the arrangement of the Ministry of defense, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) holds mass vaccination activities in the dome of St

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Louis city from 8 am to 6 pm every day for eight weeks and seven days a week from April 7 to June 1

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Residents of St

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Louis city and county do not need to register in advance, You can go to get vaccinated at any time

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Pfizer vaccination is now available in the dome of St

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Louis city

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The first and second doses of Pfizer vaccine are available for teenagers and adults aged 16 and above

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Parents or guardians must accompany young people aged 16-17 to get the vaccine

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All residents in Missouri are free of charge

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Please register first, However, you are welcome to make an appointment without ID card or insurance, provide barrier free convenience, provide American Sign Language (ASL) and language translation, and you can also make an appointment for vaccination online, Missouri vaccine website: https://covidvaccine.mo.gov/navigator/ Tel: (877) 435-8411 Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) community vaccination center when: April 7 to June 1 where: U.S

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center dome stadium opening hours: 8 a.m

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to 6 p.m, Seven days a week (until further notice) two people: entrance C on Broadway Street and Cole street

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Free parking at the central entrance (accessible) on Broadway north of the dome stadium at 6th Street and Cole street

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Free shuttle from the parking lot to the building.

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