Caregivers Of Seniors Offered Vaccines For One Day Only At Gateway Saturday

Mar 12, 2021

Anyone who brings a senior can get vaccinated for a limited time only this Saturday, March 13,  at the Gateway Town Center. 

The special event will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and will include ice cream and honey drippers, according to a flier posted on Facebook by State Senator Audrey Gibson.

The Duval County Democrat dubbed the event “We Care-Each One Gets One.” 

Only one caregiver will be vaccinated per eligible senior. 

Gateway will continue offering regular shots to all eligible people, which is currently those 65 and over; K-12 school teachers, firefighters and police officers 50 and over; all frontline health care workers; and individuals deemed extremely vulnerable to COVID-19. 

Beginning Monday, March 15, people aged 60 to 64 will also be eligible.   

The Gateway Town Center vaccination site is open regularly from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. JTA is offering free rides to Gateway for those going to get vaccinated: Call (904) 630-6100 to arrange a ride. 

Contact Sydney Boles at sboles@wjct.org, or on Twitter at @sydneyboles.