Atención, LOCATION CHANGE: JSU, Jackson-Hinds Community Health Center urge Hispanic/Latino communities, entire city to get vaccinated on campus Tuesday in McCoy Auditorium

(JACKSON, Miss.) — Jackson State University is again partnering with the Jackson-Hinds Community Health Center to provide free COVID-19 vaccinations in the Rose E. McCoy Auditorium on the main campus. Free first-dose vaccinations will be administered TUESDAY, May 4,  for the general public and campus community. Health care workers are especially appealing to the Hispanic and Latino communities, which also have been disproportionately affected. In addition, free second-dose vaccinations will be available this TUESDAY for everyone who received their first dose on Tuesday, April 13. No insurance is required.

Tuesday, May 4 (1st Dose): 8 a.m.-4 p.m.(Pfizer and Moderna)

1st Dose (General Public and Campus): Vaccinations are available to everyone, along with a special appeal to the Hispanicand Latino communities

NEW LocationROSE E. McCoy Auditorium 

(All vehicles must enter through Lynch Street security checkpoint)

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Tuesday, May 4 (2nd Dose): 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. 

2nd Dose For those who received their first dose on Tuesday, April 13

NEW LocationROSE E. McCoy Auditorium 

NOTE: If individuals received a text message advising them to go to a different location other than JSU, please disregard that message

(All vehicles must enter through Lynch Street security checkpoint)