WARREN, Pa. – Warren General Hospital is currently accepting registration for upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinics.
The hospital announced in a Facebook post on Thursday that it was in the process of completing registrations for upcoming vaccine clinics for Warren County residents age 65 or older. When the clinics will take place will be based on vaccine availability.
“These clinics will be for individuals that qualify under the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s most recent definition of 1A recipients,” the post said. “Our clinics are based on the availability of vaccines that are distributed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, so we cannot give specific dates at this time.”
The Pennsylvania Department of Health announced in a Tweet Friday that vaccines sent by Pfizer and Moderna would be delayed.
Those wishing to register for the WGH vaccine clinic may do so here.
WGH asked people not to register for vaccines at multiple locations in Warren County. The WGH COVID-19 Information Line is available for questions at 814-723-3319.