Below is an important message that I received from Jamie Lee Marks at FEMA today. Vaccinations are available at the Greenbelt Metro Station. Please feel free to share.
The attached flyers were shared on FEMA Region 3's social media account, but I want to send them directly to you. It's important to me to share this now because only walk ups on or before April 27 will be guaranteed a second appointment at the same site. This is a big moment for us to help our neighbors consider going to the site ASAP if they want a vaccine! I have attached flyers in English and Spanish and am asking for your support to get the word out. Additionally, if any of you have ideas for events over the weekend where we could flyer-- please let me know!
-Where? Greenbelt Metro Station, 5717 Greenbelt Metro Drive Greenbelt, MD 20740
-What vaccine? Pfizer
-Do I need to pre-register? No- but it could reduce your wait if you do
-"Wait? Does this take a long time?" Nope-- most who go report a very short wait time. The site is efficient and accessible.
-What ages? 16+, if under 18 need a parent or guardian
-What identification is needed? If you have it, please bring a photo ID - does not have to be U.S. If you don't have a photo ID, people should still come on down! Bring some type of documentation such as a utility bill, letter addressed to them, etc.
-When should I go if I also want to book a second appointment at the site? On or before April 27
-Metro/parking? it is on the Greenbelt line, and there is parking available at the metro station!
-Interpretation on site? YES! ASL, Spanish, French, and more!
-Wheelchair accessible? Yes!
-What happens if I walk up for a first dose after April 28? You may have to schedule a second dose elsewhere