Four Corners pharmacy to host first-come first-serve vaccination clinic
FARMINGTON, N.M. — Kare Drug, a local pharmacy in Aztec, will be assisting the state’s National Guard next week for a Johnson & Johnson vaccination clinic.
“So the group that we’re focusing on out there are going to be anybody that qualifies under the states qualifications as it states in the Department of Health," said Ashley Seyfarth, owner of Kare Drug Pharmacy.
Since the Johnson & Johnson is a single dose vaccine, health care providers are trying to target a specific group of people.
“Right now we’re trying again to focus on that rural community, so it’s really intended for those people that live so ruraly and have a hard time getting to some of these other clinics in town,” Seyfarth added.
That vaccine clinic will take place on March 24 at Blanco Elementary School. Supplies will be limited.
Kare Drug Pharmacy will also host another a drive-thru vaccine clinic on March 20 in Aztec.
“We have up to 400 doses of Moderna that we could do at that drive-through now that is a first-come first-serve, no registration required through the state portal and that’s how Kare Drug has been operating," said Seyfarth.
This clinic will focus on educators, other child care workers and people who are 60 years and older. Both clinics will operate on a first-come first-serve basis. To learn more about the clinic, click here.